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Sunday, April 17, 2016

417 ~ Lt. Jimmy ~ Bruiser ~ Easy Tamale Muffins ~ Cheeseballs

Good 41º clear sunny morning. Looking at the high 80ºs to low 90ºs today.
417 ... CA penal code for brandishing a firearm in a rude or threatening manner.... unless in self-defense!
417....poleeece radio code for 'person with a gun'. 417A 'person with a knife'. 417B 'barricaded suspect'. 417BH 'barricaded suspect - hostage situation'. 417S 'shots fired'.

And speaking of 417,  Jimmy Duran, he and his wife Olga and their boys are good friends, was promoted to Lt. the other day...  CONGRATULATIONS JIMMY!
LA Sheriff Jim McDonnell, Jimmy, Olga, and their son James. Jimmy and Kristen were in the same academy class together!
This is what Bruiser likes to do ... sit on my desk and watch cats on youtube.....
Historically this date...
1907 – The Ellis Island immigration center processes 11,747 people, more than on any other day.
............OMGOSH, entering our country legally! What a concept!

1949 – At midnight 26 Irish counties officially leave the British Commonwealth. A 21-gun salute on O'Connell Bridge, Dublin, ushers in the Republic of Ireland.
...........YEAH, tired of that Limey rule!

1961 – Bay of Pigs Invasion: A group of CIA financed and trained Cuban exiles lands at the Bay of Pigs in Cuba with the aim of ousting Fidel Castro.

1964 – Ford Mustang is introduced to the North American market.

1969 – Sirhan Sirhan is convicted of assassinating Robert F. Kennedy.

And births this date include....
1820 – Alexander Cartwright, American inventor of Baseball (d. 1892)

1918 – William Holden, American actor (d. 1981)
..... his birth name is odd....

1961 – Boomer Esiason, American football player and commentator

1972 – Jennifer Garner, American actress

Dinner was reruns, so here's a favorite of mine:
Easy Tamale Muffins (Lighter than masa)

Foil baking cups or non-stick muffin pan sprayed with cooking spray.
2 pkgs (8½ oz each) corn bread muffin mix
1 can cream style corn (14½ oz)
2 large eggs, lightly beaten
1½ cups Mexican cheese blend, divided
1½ cups chopped cooked chicken (use a rotissarie chicken, easy!) 
¾ cup red or green enchilada sauce
Heat oven to 400º. In large bowl combine muffin mix, corn, and eggs. Stir until just moistened. stir in 1 cup of cheese. In another bowl toss the chicken with enchilada sauce.
Fill each of 24 foil lined muffin cups or muffin tin with 2 T of the batter. Place 1 T of the chicken mixture in the center of each and cover with about 1 T of the batter.
Bake 13-15 minutes, or until golden brown. Sprinkle tops with remaining cheese, bake another 3 or so minutes until cheese is melted. Cool 5 minutes before removing from pan to wire racks. Serve warm. Refrigerate leftovers.
I won't have a blog up tomorrow. Will explain later.... Everything is OK!
All I know. Nuff said. Happy Sunday. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
April 17th
National Cheeseball Day

National Cheeseball Day is a day to stuff yourself with cheeseballs. But wait!!! What kind of cheeseball are we talking about? There's the light and airy, puffy cheeseball that you munch on for a snack by the dozens. There is also the cheeseball, often decorated with nuts, that sits on a party tray until spread on a cracker. Is this a celebration derived from the snack industry, or the dairy industry?  
When it comes to the cheeseball snack, we are certain that you can't eat just one. Not even a handful. Cheeseballs are addicting. Place a bowl of cheeseballs on the counter, and watch them disappear right before your eyes. Toddlers and young kids are Cheeseball hounds. So are teenagers and adults. In other words, everyone lives cheeseballs.
The cheeseballs of holiday trays is equally loved. Strangely, it is wildly popular around the holidays and hard to find other times of year.

Celebrate today with cheeseballs (both kinds). Serve them after dinner during your favorite Television show, or whenever its convenient. 


Lydia said...

Good morning.

Yay for Alexander Cartwright. When I was a little gir, what I wanted most was a baseball mitt and to play on a team.

There are some good movies with scenes on immigration and becoming American. In "Brooklyn"- an Irish girl struggles with assimilation- and wins. In Concussion- why the doctor came to America- one of the most heartfelt soliquys on why the best and brightest come.... it made me well-up with gratitude.

Cheeseballs... thank you for the suggestion. Enjoy your day off of blogging tomorrow.

Anonymous said...


Enjoyed catching up on two days of your blog. Can't believe how busy this weekend has been for me.

Did you hear about the dumb new thing that the Sheriff has demanded? The emblems of the boots on the helmet at ELA Station HAS to be removed! EVERYTHING with that on it. John says it's embedded in the design on the floor for heaven sake! I guess some of the uniforms have that patch on the shoulder?
I do not understand WHY as it will cost lots of $$$ to remove it from everything. grrrr I am wondering why and the reason behind it! :(

XO Trisha

Oregon Sue said...

Yes, the emblems was a topic at Laughlin. Irritating that every station and unit will have to get rid of their emblems. Also he is taking rank away from Reserves. He wants our department just like LAPD!!! Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr...... xoox

Olga Duran said...

Thank you Sue. It was a very nice luncheon. It was nice meeting the new sheriff. McDonnell seems very nice and genuine. I'm so proud of my hubby. Xoxo

Oregon Sue said...

A lot of us are proud of your hubby!!!! oxox