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Thursdays Are For Cooking

| August 6, 2020 | 11 Comments
Thursdays Are For Cooking

I still like the slow cooker/Crockpot because it’s “set it and forget it” until you catch the scent of properly cooked food floating through the air. And this one is perfect for summer because it takes very little work on your part. I’d let this baby simmer all day, especially if I’m going to be […]

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Thursdays Are For Cooking!

| July 30, 2020 | 11 Comments
Thursdays Are For Cooking!

And this week’s attempt at a free-for-all in food is that summer specialty, potato salad. Now, since this is really one of those side dishes you throw together, sometimes out of leftovers and end-of-the-stalk stuff, the ingredients are wide open.  My personal favorite is plain old American-style potato salad, with no special “things” in it, […]

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Thursdays Are For Cooking…

| July 23, 2020 | 9 Comments
Thursdays Are For Cooking…

We’re still getting hit with hot muggy weather in my AO, which is probably true for most of the rest of you. No, I have not yet seen Comet Neowise, but I do wonder what things will be like when it returns in 6800 years. An interesting side note is that comets were considered portents […]

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Thursdays Are For Cooking

| July 16, 2020 | 2 Comments
Thursdays Are For Cooking

  Soup, you say? How about a good Tuscan bean soup made with stuff from the cupboard and fridge? When made properly, soup is always filling and satisfying and will keep you going all day. This gives you a chance to use stuff you bought a while back but never got around to using. Tuscan […]

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Do Not Ask For Whom The Bell Tolls….

| July 11, 2020 | 6 Comments
Do Not Ask For Whom The Bell Tolls….

“What can oppose the decline of the west is not a resurrected culture but the utopia that is silently contained in the image of its decline.” — Theodor W. Adorno This is a very fascinating video with Eric Kline, re: the decline and collapse of eastern Mediterranean civilization between 1220 and 1170 BC. The video […]

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Thursdays Are For Cooking

| July 9, 2020 | 10 Comments
Thursdays Are For Cooking

It happens that Betty Crocker is going back through the archives and reviving those old recipes that some of us remember from winters past. So here’s one old recipe from Betty Crocker that should bring back memories to some of you. My dad was the real cook. He used to make something similar to this […]

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DONATIONS TO BLM

| July 8, 2020 | 32 Comments
DONATIONS TO BLM

Listed are some of America’s largest corporations that have allegedly pledged or donated funds to the main Black Lives Matter organization. It has been reported the new Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation sees both replacing the nuclear family structure and promoting the LGBT political agenda as central to its mission. A co-founder also has […]

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Hindsight and Foresight

| July 6, 2020 | 12 Comments
Hindsight and Foresight

For your entertainment today, I have two financial forecasts to amuse you and possibly make you think about something besides those quarrelsome brats out defacing and damaging everything they see. Analyst Elliott Smith published this forecast for CNBC in March 2020 shortly after the realization that a CV19 pandemic was likely, and all that went […]

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