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Friday, October 6, 2017

Pasta & Eggs ~ Bald Eagles ~ Bill Riordan ~No-Bake Cheesecake ~ View of NY ~ Noodles

Good 35º clear sunny morning. Yesterday we topped at 84º.

Another experiment .... I found a bag of cooked frozen angel hair pasta in the freezer, so decided to make something with it.... Warmed it on the stove with a little olive oil and added in a can of clam sauce...

When it was warm I added in some grated Parmesan cheese...
Then I put some of that in a bowl, making an opening in the center and added in two eggs, piercing the yolk with a sharp knife point.

Covered the dish with a plate, put in microwave for 3 minutes.

Perfect! And GOOOOD!!!

Ok ok, so I know some of you will say "yuck" but if you like pasta and you like eggs and you like clams.... you will like this!

This video is soooooooo interesting... about a town in Alaska that is filled with bald eagles!! Shared by my friend Gator.

Special birthday today.... Bill Riordan (LASD ret) is celebrating. HAPPY BIRTHDAY BILL!

Historically this date...

1876 – The American Library Association was founded.

1884 – The Naval War College of the United States Navy is founded in Newport, Rhode Island.

1889 – Thomas Edison shows his first motion picture.

1979 – Pope John Paul II becomes the first pontiff to visit the White House.

1981 – Egyptian President Anwar al-Sadat was assassinated.

And births this date include....
1846 – George Westinghouse, American engineer and inventor (d. 1914)

1908 – Carole Lombard, American actress (d. 1942)
Married to Clark Gable for 4 years until her death in a plane crash.

1955 – Tony Dungy, American football coach

Here is another of my odd made by me recipes...
Sue's Light As Air No-Bake Cheesecake with Berries:

fresh strawberries
8 oz Mascarpone cheese
1/2 container of Cool Whip
2 T honey

Mix well and put into 3 long stemmed goblets. Refrigerate for 30 minutes or so. In the meantime..

Slice up some strawberries and Macerate (soak) in Triple Sec or Gran Marnier. (OR........... macerate blueberries and raspberries in sugar and dark rum!)

To serve, strain the berries and spoon over the cream mixture. Top with whipped cream if so desired.

This only serves 3, so you may want to double or triple the recipe.  

Watching Blue Bloods last night and this super photo of New York and Central Park came on...
Wow, what a place!

All I know. Nuff said. Happy TGIF. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
October 6th
National Noodle Day

The noodle is a type of

staple food that is extensively used in many


Noodle is made from unleavened dough which is stretched, extruded, or rolled flat and then cut into pieces. In British English, the word “noodle” refers to flour paste products in the form of long, thing strips. In American English, it is an inclusive term denoting flour paste products cut into any shape, although long, thin strips are the most common.
Noodles are typically prepared by boiling and served with a sauce or in a noodle soup (by the way, chicken noodle soup is a common comfort food in the United States). They can also be pan-fried or deep-fried. Some noodle varieties (for instance, glass noodles) can be served cold in salads.
All noodle varieties can be divided into several groups according to primary ingredient. There are wheat noodles, buckwheat noodles, and rice noodles. Some Korean noodles can be made from other ingredients such as sweet potato starch, acorn flour etc.
To celebrate the National Noodle Day, cook your favorite noodle dish and treat your family to a delicious meal. You can make noodle soup, noodle salad, noodle casserole, or pasta with sauce.
Here are some interesting noodle recipes...