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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Me On The News ~ In-N-Out ~ Notices ~ Ronnie Lancaster ~ Amazon Shopping ~ LBBs ~ Mac Veggies & Cheese ~ "Moaner" Shot


Good 53º very clear and sunny morning.
 
By noon yesterday it was still only 77º with a great breeze. All doors and windows open. Enjoyed it!

 
And by 4pm not much change... all 'weather' has moved off to the east and northeast...

Ok, this is funny. I commented on our local TV's FB page about the new In-N-Out being built in Medford. 

My FB name is 'Susan Laney Pendleton Maxwell' and when Art Barron (I love his news show. He's my fav!)  on 5 News at 7 read comments he used my whole name and commented 'I think these are two people who both have an account" !!!! LOL I just about fell out of my chair when I was watching it. Turn up your sound!
Click here:

We are so excited to get and In-N-Out here... especially us who are originally from California. So miss that hamburger!! Kristen worked for In-N-Out in high school along with her pal Jenny Ziegler. Kristen went on to become a Deputy and Jenny stayed with In-N-Out... Kris made good money, and Jenny's salary as a manager was right up there equal with Kristen's! Good company to work for. 
 
 
Wow, this is true!

 
Today pal Jennie has hand surgery. Anxious to hear how it turned out and how she is doing. Give her your thoughts and prayers.
 
 
Today is Ronnie Lancaster's (LASD ret) birthday, 1945. Sadly we lost him in 2012. He worked at Temple Station with Jerry and went on to work Homicide... and was Jerry and Steve Voors roommate for a time. You are missed Ronnie! RIP

 
Historically this date...
1870 – Reconstruction era of the United StatesGeorgia becomes the last of the formerConfederate states to be readmitted to the Union.

1916 – In Seattle, WashingtonWilliam Boeing and George Conrad Westerveltincorporate Pacific Aero Products (later renamed Boeing).

2003 – AOL Time Warner disbands Netscape Communications Corporation. The Mozilla Foundation is established on the same day.


And births this date include...
1935 – Ken Kercheval, American actor
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1935 – Alex Karras, American football player and actor (d. 2012)
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1939 – Patrick Wayne, American actor
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1944 – Jan-Michael Vincent, American actor
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1951 – Jesse Ventura, American professional wrestler and politician
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1963 – Brigitte Nielsen, Danish-born actress and working on husband #5!
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The 'do' isn't really working for you!
 
 
Yesterday I ordered my Vue cups coffee from Amazon and the sugar free creamer, some chicken jerky for Dude (his fav, and made in the USA), and some dental chews..
 

 

Cheaper than Costco and I don't pay shipping. Also hard to find the vue Keurig cups.

 
Dinner... since it was 'macaroni' day and Grand Marnier day... I found all the ingredients for dinner and the grand moaner!
 
"LBBs" ... little brown birdies! Just something we always called them.
While I was in the kitchen mamma bird was feeding her little babies.... got the photos through the window...



 




 



























So, first I reconstituted some Harmony House dehydrated veggies... green beans, celery, and tomato dices.

I found a can of minced clams (actually I used 2 cans), some shitake mushrooms, and vegetable pasta...

A roux of butter, milk, and flour.. then added in some pimento cheese, boursin cheese, and cheddar.....


Cooked the veggie pasta and added in some mini shells pasta...

 
Into a big bowl went the pasta, veggies, drained mushrooms, and clams, and mixed all with the cheese sauce.

 
Put into casserole dish and topped with Panko Crumbs.

Then, instead of turning on the oven, I put the dish in my casserole Crock*Pot on high for 2 hours. PERFECT!

Some iceberg lettuce with avocado and the sweet onion ranch dressing... OMGOOOOOD!!!

You do know, of course, just because I added clams to mine, don't go "ewwwww", fix it but add shredded cooked chicken, beef, tuna, salmon, whatever.............

My after dinner drink:

 
Later I watched the recorded news and CSI Miami.
 
All I know.Nuff said. Happy Hump Day. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
July 15th
National Gummy Worm Day


Today is National Gummy Worms Day. But not everybody can enjoy a juicy gummy worm.
That’s because many gummy candies are made with gelatin, an animal product that’s neither kosher nor vegetarian/vegan.
The traditional gummy candy is made with sugar, glucose syrup (more sugar), starch, flavoring, food color, citric acid and gelatin.

Gummy History
The first gummy candies, Gummi Bears, were produced in 1922 by Haribo, a Bonn, Germany, confectioner. Founder Hans Riegel invented the Dancing Bear, a fruit gum made in the shape of a bear. In 1967 the Dancing Bears became Gummi Bears, and spawned an entire zoo of gummi animals.
Worms are not zoo creatures, however, and Haribo did not invent the Gummi Worm. Gummi Worms were introduced by another German gummi candy manufacturer, Trolli (named for forest trolls), in 1981. The U.S. Americanized “gummi” to “gummy.”

 

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

:) Congrats for being mentioned on the news! So happy you all are getting an In n Out. How far is Medford from you? My friend, Cheryl's son has worked for them since high school. He is now in real estate but keeps his job at In n Out. Terrific Christian company to work for! The best burgers in the world. The pox on that guy who wrote "A cardiologists dream". Everything in moderation!

That Nelson woman was married to S. Stallone and was a hotty back then but in her 52 years she looks worn out and the hair do doesn't help.

My jaw dropped when I saw that cassrole dish sitting in the crock. I didn't know there was such a thing!

Also the pox on Jesse Ventura for suing the widow of Chris Kyle! A lower than life vermin IMHO!

XO Trisha

Oregon Sue said...

Medford is 25 miles from here. I agree about Ventura. Idiot. Those casserole crock pots are awesome. You can cook in it or like I added that 9x9 because the pot is 9x13. It's also great for reheating foods. Just put on Low or Warm. Works perfect. xo