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Monday, January 12, 2015

Rain ~ Tap Rock w/ Sami & Tucker ~ Sunday Football Playoffs ~ Sue's Crustless Quiche

Good 44º drizzling morning.

Yesterday morning I met up with Brian Jen Tucker Sami at Tap Rock for their Sunday Buffet. Gloomy all day... 

Tap Rock sits right on the Rogue River and the decor is such fun.... fishes and bears!

This door is so interesting with the fishing bears...

Sami and Tucker had waffles with whipped cream, chocolate, marshmallows (you can add any of the "condiments" ... some real healthy stuff!) I had sausage, bacon, a biscuit (soooooooo good) with gravy, eggs benny, pineapple and strawberries, scrambled eggs, and cheese blintzes. OMG. OINK OINK OINK. Oh, and also a mimosa! Good thing I don't eat there for the Sunday buffet often!

Sami and Tucker were busy drawing pictures for the two waitresses (Jessica and Jenny, I think... twins. Darling girls) Tucker drew a snowman and this is Sami's signature pigeon. She just draws it quick as a wink! So cute.

On the way out...

See, you can see the fish "swimming" in the concrete!
Yesterday's football.....
The Broncos Colts game was a surprise. Didn't think Peyton would give it away like that!

Historically this date
1915 – The United States House of Representatives rejects a proposal to give women the right to vote.  (Adam Henrys!)
1991 – Gulf War: An act of the U.S. Congress authorizes the use of military force to drive Iraq out of Kuwait.
2006 – A stampede during the Stoning the Devil ritual on the last day at the Hajj in MinaSaudi Arabia, kills at least 362 Muslim pilgrims.    :o(
2010 – The 2010 Haiti earthquake occurs killing at least 230,000 and destroying the majority of the capitalPort-au-Prince.
And births this date include.... (some real doozies!!)
1737 – John Hancock, American merchant, statesman, & Founding Father; 4th & 13th President of the Continental Congress; and 1st & 3rd Governor of Massachusetts (d. 1793)

1876 – Jack London, American author (d. 1916)

   Interesting read. What a life! Short.

1905 – Tex Ritter, American country singer and actor (d. 1974)

1923 – Ira Hayes, US Marine (d. 1955)

1951 – Kirstie Alley, American actress

1951 – Rush Limbaugh, American radio personality, author and political commentator

1954 – Howard Stern, American radio personality and author

(Gag, gag, and more gagging!!! What is even more disgusting
is his website  :  )                                         )

I had to take the trash to the trash can and put the can up on the road. Dude wanted a run, so off we went (he ran hard a little over a half mile... and pee'd on every single tree down and back!) I drove the golf cart. Just as we were leaving the house it started sprinkling. Good thing I didn't wait another hour, as it started coming down good! As of this morning we've gotten just over 1/4".
For dinner I decided to make that Crustless Quiche I posted yesterday ( )
Instead of just using broccoli I had a bag of Safeway Broccoli Stir-Fry (a big favorite of mine) 

It has broccoli, carrots, and snow peas. I cut up some of the broccoli and the whole bag of veggies went into boiling water along with some dehydrated chopped onion and 6 fresh sliced mushrooms for just a couple minutes to soften. Drain and cool. Whisk 5 eggs with salt, pepper, garlic powder and 1 cup milk. Add in veggies and 2 cups shredded Swiss cheese.

Put in deep dish pie pan that has been coated with cooking spray.
Oh yeah, and I chopped up about 4 stalks of celery and added in because I like that crunch!

Bake at 350º for 30 minutes. Remove from oven and sprinkle on Panko Bread crumbs...
Bake an additional 30 minutes. Let sit for 10 minutes before cutting and serving.

I had two pieces!!! This is sooooooooooooooooooo good!!! Easy. I am going to experiment with other ingredients and make more!

All I know. Nuff said. Happy Monday. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
January 12th
National Pharmacist Day

National Pharmacist Day is honors pharmacists, and recognizes their important role in medical care. A Pharmacist must be knowledgeable of the chemistry of all medicines. They can inform you of a drugs' side effects, and all aspects of prescription medicine. Very importantly, they understand and recognize the inter-action of drugs together...many people take numerous drugs.
National Pharmacist Day recognizes this important role. If you are in the pharmacy today, make sure to wish your pharmacist a good day.  Gifts and cards are not required.