Good 32º everything is frozen out there morning!
Barn roof covered with ice as well as all the pastures!
We only warmed to 62º yesterday.
See, I told you yesterday I was going to have some of that soup for breakfast.... I did.
PHOTO OF THE DAY
This came from Dave Clark (LASD ret) who lives in Yelm Washington... photo taken by his friend of Mt. Rainier:
Dave, tell your friend thanks! Gonna use it as my desktop photo!
Several birthdays today... Jerry's nieces Heather & Kelly Maxwell (haven't seen them in YEARS!). HAPPY 38th BIRTHDAY GIRLS!
Historically this date...
1860 – Abraham Lincoln, the former Illinois congressman defeated three other candidates for the U.S. presidency.
..................as you can see I have a MONOPOLY board collection. My original was our family's with wooden 'hotels' and 'houses' and metal playing objects...
1944 – Plutonium is first produced at the Hanford Atomic Facility and subsequently used in the Fat Man atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan.
And births this date include....
The following shared by George Bachmeier (LASD ret)...
Pour a cup of coffee or a glass of wine. 12 minute video. If you are in my age group you will enjoy this, younger folks would not understand! It is so nostalgic, you will laugh at some and I got all misty-eyed at others!
If you click above the video there are two more you can watch.
My high school friend Steve Geon (ret from LAPD) is in Bulgaria and sent me this photo..
Really beautiful Steve! Thanks!
Later I was cleaning off the bricks by the wood stove, vacuumed, and a little mopping. HATE housework! I also sorted a bunch of pictures on my external hard drive.
Last night's football:
The Bengals are 8-0.
Dinner was reruns (I love that soup!), then chair, TV (Blue Bloods), and wine.
All I know. Nuff said. I'm smelling sushi for lunch! THIF. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
It’s said that Anaya, a Mexican from the border town of Piedra Negras, inadvertently invented nachos 70 years ago in 1943 when hungry guests showed up at the Victory Club, the restaurant he was working at across the Rio Grande River from Texas. The dozen or so patrons were the wives of American soldiers who had been shopping in town and were now looking for some sustenance.
As the maitre d, Anaya found himself without a chef so he decided to rustle up something tasty for his guests. The only foods available in the kitchen were tortillas and cheese. He began making the dish by cutting the tortilla into triangles. The cheese was then melted by heating it together with the triangular chips. He topped the dish with jalapeno peppers to complete the first-ever recipe of Nachos Especiales otherwise known as Nacho's Special Dish.
Anaya, who was called Nacho because of his short stature, created a dish that would grow in popularity in Texas and the Southwest over the next 20 years. Anaya went on to work at the Moderno Restaurant in Piedras Negras, which still uses the original recipe. He also opened his own eatery, Nacho's Restaurant, in the border town.
How to order ‘emNachos with the works are often called loaded or super. As a snack among fellow diners or a hearty meal for one, this dish comprises nachos topped with meat and refried beans, covered in shredded cheese. Once the cheese is melted, cold toppings such as shredded lettuce, tomatoes, salsa, onion, and jalapeno are piled on top. Other possible toppings are limited only by your imagination but might typically include cilantro, chicken, chorizo, bacon, guacamole, lime, olives, pico de gallo and sour cream.