Good 37º cloudy with a "chance of rain" morning.
Yesterday I went over to Jennifer's. She made a bunch of snacking foods. Mike barbecued chicken wings. Micol and Bob were there. We had a great gab-fest! That Song Dog pup, Sugar Fox, is growing and so adorable!
Heaven is such a sweet and beautiful girl..
Keeper the Australian Shepherd was his usual friendly sweet self and so was Bridey the cat. (Hmmm... no pic. Darn.) But ... here's Mike and Bob guarding the barbecue..
While outside there was this rainbow! OMG.... it was so low!
Got home about 5pm. Didn't cook as I had plenty to much at Jennifer's. Cooking tonight!
Sunday Football scores:
My nephew Andy is 60 years old today. HOW CAN THAT BE???? OMG.
.... And here is one of the last pictures I have of him... on the far right.. this was in 1988. Haven't heard from the boy in years. He lives in Sparks or Reno..... You hear from him Jimmy????L to R: David, Jimmy, Marion, Bill, Andy. Bobby is MIA.
Historically this date...
1845 – In accordance with International Boundary delimitation, U.S.A annexes theMexican state of Texas, following the Manifest Destiny doctrine. The Republic of Texas, which had been independent since the Texas Revolution of 1836, is thereupon admitted as the 28th U.S. state.
1997 – Hong Kong begins to kill all the nation's 1.25 million chickens to stop the spread of a potentially deadly influenza strain.
And births this date include....
Every picture of him, he's grumpy looking!
GAG! Bad money spent for plastic face!
1938 – Jon Voight, American actor
1972 – Jude Law, British actor
All I know. Happy Monday. Nuff said. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
Pepper Pot Soup Day
PEPPERPOT or PEPPER POT SOUP
Pepperpot soup, also made in a thicker stew version, is a hearty beef and potato soup (originally beef tripe was used). The soup includes onions, bell peppers, other vegetables selected by the cook, and ground black pepper. Two U.S. presidents—George Washington and FDR—chose pepper pot as their most requested soup recipe. One story says that the soup was created from inexpensive ingredients during the Revolutionary War to feed the starving Continental Army. It is also called Philadelphia Pepper Pot Soup after an early 19th century painting by John Lewis Krimmel titled Pepper-Pot: A Scene in the Philadelphia Market. The painting depicts a street vendor selling the soup.
Campbells made a version for many years, but it was discontinued in 2010 in favor of higher-profitability soups (see the discussion here). It contained many ingredients including stock, beef tripe, carrots and macaroni.
Here is a good and easy recipe: