I cannot attribute this photo. It’s dated March 7, 2008 in my photo library but beyond that, its history is a mystery. Each year I post it somewhere on the World Wide Web on that day when I jest cain’t stands it no more. Today’s the day. Pass it on.
if you didn’t dine at the Farm last evening. Homemade Cincinnati chili 5-way: spaghetti, chili, beans, onions & cheese. Yummy.
Steam for about an hour As is his custom, Mr. Big Food prefaces the recipe in The Big Food Manual with some commentary from the cook book from which the recipe was culled: “These are the most popular tamales in Mexico. For parties, the dough is divided in two so there are the same number
That’s what our dumpster says. Long story. So as not to TRASH THE NAT’I, I will say that the likedysplit internet access they have up in Cincinnati is pretty darned cool.
I’ve chatted with a number of mothers the past few days. Most recently, I chatted– from the parking lot of the Kroger just to the north of Tupelo– with Mom, some time after 5pm. And Mr. Big Food’s Mom and I swapped “Happy Mothers’ Day!” greetings early in the day. There was a card waiting
Cincinnati chili, 1-2-3, served with oyster crackers 1-2-3: spaghetti-meat sauce-cheese (and lots of it!) Also available 4-, & 5-way. When we approached the entrance, Mr. Big Food remarked that Miss M. was just talking about the wee morning hours she & friends had spent at Camp Washington Chili. And so, I texted her these photos.
Crappy old school buildings As long-time readers know, I like crappy old stuff and I’m not ashamed of it. That preference doesn’t mean that I am opposed to, for example, cool modern buildings. I believe crappy old buildings and cool modern buildings can co-exist quite peaceably. But it is a crime against nature to force
We have arrived in The Nati. On our way here, we stopped at the National Corvette Museum. We had lunch at a Waffle House where there were some Sons of God Bikers. One of the advantages of traveling with multiple things that can take pictures is that I can take pictures on multiple things. I’ve
That last post on the scuffle in Cincinnati basketball reminded me of this. I’ve been waiting for just the right time to post that. “None of them guys on their team is like me. We got disrespected.” No doubt. We are all special, and deserve respect, don’t you know? Birch & green holly comes from
Just a little something different on this Sunday morning. Apparently, the Cross-Town Shoot Out did not end well. Five thoughts from No. 8 Xavier’s 76-53 win over crosstown rival Cincinnati: 1. The game didn’t end, literally. Nor have the repercussions. An ugly brawl erupted with 9.4 seconds left in the game. Benches cleared, fists flew.
America Has Been Good To Me J.C. Penney, Lines of a Layman, 1956 Today I remember that the years have rewarded me for every talent I possess, and for every effort I’ve ever made– amply rewarded me not only with the world’s material goods, but richly rewarded me in many, many fine friendships– rewarded me