Monthly Archives: June 2012
Tired of wasting propane to make jerky in my oven, wrestling with cooling racks and a box fan to make jerky out of reach of prying cats and a dumb lab, and battling rain and flies to sun-dry food, I have taken delivery of a dehydrator.
Time to fiddle with it while I restore the family-heirloom Griswold #8 skillet by re-seasoning it in the oven. These peppers should dry just fine, oooooooh pre-blanched corn…
I have been using my spiffy new Trek 8.3 for over a month and it is time to start bike-blogging. The hybrid is working very well and has enough miles that I can talk about it with some honest experience.
Splodgenessabounds- Two Pints of Lager & A Packet of Crisps Please:
Greenskeepers – Lotion:
Roasted a 153 pound pig last weekend to celebrate the graduation of my cousin’s son.
Another cousin called to ask if I can roast a pig for his upcoming company barbecue.
Martha! Wees gunna need moah olive oil!
would you let Margaret know that I shall be tromping about in the meadows and perhaps reading a bit, this morning?
Yes, yes, excellent. Did you procure my pilot bread from the kit..Ms. Farnsworth! I appreciate your concern, but fresh bread and butter will make my mind soft and midsection pudgy! If her majesty felt it fit to provide me hard bread for my years of service, surely it will do on my wanderings.
It truly is a splendid morning, have the gamekeeper take his hound to the stream for a swim and a general romp. The beast has been worked steadily this last season and could use a bit of leisure. Splendid, Ms. Farnsworth.