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Saturday, March 7, 2015

Problem

If you have yahoo or sbcglobal for your email carrier, the daily drivel email did not come through to you. I got notices of non-delivery because "Receiving email system not operable"

The emails were sent out at 7:20am and I didn't get these notices until 9am. 

Moon (again) ~ Man's Weakness ~ Nettin'Who? ~ Set Clocks ~ Andy & Linda ~ Quinoa/Vegetables/Teriyaki Meatballs ~ Lundberg Rice ~ Raisins


Good 33º clear moon going down behind the mountain morning. Here's another couple moon shots from this morning ....


 
 
This from Deeeewayne P-berger... "Man's Universal Weakness".... FUNNY!!!!!
 
 
And from my friend Gator in Florida.... LOL!!!
 




Don't forget, tonight you set your clocks ahead.
Daylight Savings time starts tomorrow, Sunday March 8th, 2am. So set your clocks ahead an hour, before you go to bed! Daylight Savings time ends November 1st when we go back to the early evenings and dark mornings. UGH.
 

Today is dear friends Linda and Andy Nantz's 51st Anniversary. HAPPY ANNNIVERSARY KIDS!! ♥♥


 
Historically this date...
1965 – Bloody Sunday: A group of 600 civil rights marchers are forcefully broken up inSelma, Alabama.

1968 – Vietnam War: The United States and South Vietnamese military begin Operation Truong Cong Dinh to root out Viet Cong forces from the area surrounding Mỹ Tho.

1986 – Challenger Disaster: Divers from the USS Preserver locate the crew cabin ofChallenger on the ocean floor.

1989 – Iran and the United Kingdom break diplomatic relations after a row over Salman Rushdie and his controversial novel, The Satanic Verses.


And births this date include...
1934 – Willard Scott, American television broadcaster
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1942 – Tammy Faye Bakker, American televangelist (d. 2007)
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Dinner Thursday was another "put it all together in one pot" meal.
I had mushrooms, canned peas, yellow/red/green bell peppers, Quinoa, carrot chips (pre-sliced), Fajitas seasoning, Teriyaki Chicken Aidells Meatballs, asparagus, celery.....

I cooked a cup of the Quinoa (in 2 cups water) in the rice cooker...

Then I mixed the carrot slices with olive oil and garlic salt and roasted them 30 minutes at 350º...

Next was chopping all the veggies and put them in a fry pan with olive oil and garlic salt... fried/steamed until not raw..

In the meantime I brought a pot of water to boil, added in garlic salt, and dumped in the rinsed (get off the dirt!) mushrooms (2 packages) and let bubble for 10 min, shut off the heat and let stand til they sink to the bottom of the pot. Drained them. Added the cooked Quinoa to my casserole Crock*Pot, added in the mushrooms, peas, roasted carrots, meatballs, and Fajitas seasoning ....

The sauteéd veggies went on top. Mixed it up and turned on Low until I was ready to eat...

ALL YUMMY!!! Those teriyaki meatballs were FABULOUS!!!!

This could also be made with a rice blend (brown/wild ect.)
I felt very healthy after eating this!!!
 
I picked up a package of rice blend at Safeway yesterday I had not seen before... Lundberg Wild Blend Rice (Gluten free, whole grain) It has long grain brown rice, sweet brown rice, wild rice, whole grain Wehani rice, and whole grain Japonica rice. Made and distributed by Lundberg Family Farms in Riverside Ca.

Scroll down this page for all their rice packages. Go to the top of the page for 'where to buy' and put in your zip code.
(Sprouts, Whole Foods, Rite Aid, Target, etc..... they didn't list Safeway, but it's in there now!)
 
This sent to me by my friend Trish Bowler ... LOL, LOVE it!!!

 
All I know. Happy Saturday. Nuff said. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
March 7th
National Cereal Day

It’s National Cereal Day! Cereal is the most popular breakfast food in America, but that wasn’t always the case. Up until the 1860s, most people ate eggs, bacon, and sausage every morning. Cereal emerged as a healthier alternative at the end of the 19th century.
The invention of one of the most famous brands of cereal was an accident. In 1877, two brothers named John Harvey Kellogg and Will Keith Kellogg were experimenting with food made with boiled wheat. They left a batch out overnight and returned to find it stale. Instead of throwing it away, they rolled it out and discovered that each wheat berry formed its own flake. They tried the same process with corn, and created the first dry breakfast cereal, which we now know as Kellogg’s Corn Flakes!
Many people start their day with a bowl of cereal. Wholegrain cereals are an excellent source of fiber, iron, and B vitamins. Celebrate National Cereal Day with a bowlful of your favorite brand!