Two ideas for humorous titles this gift-giving season:
Lessons Learned From Dogs
Confessions of An Oenophile – An American Family Cookbook
Dining should be a delicious adventure and cooking ought to be enjoyable. Sonoma Wine Country, California, humorous author David A. Dailey has been enjoying preparing and eating family recipes for over a half century.
With about 40 years wine drinking experience, he has embellished his mother, grandmother, and family friends’ main course recipes with wine – and good varieties of California grown wine.
One of the more important ingredients needed for cooking successes is humor. A sense of delightful comedy can not only make preparing meals enjoyable but most of the time, results in a delicious meal.
The recipes are family-tested within the Dailey extended family. Ingredients are easy to find throughout the United States. Each menu item will make almost any cook popular with the adult dinner guests and children, as well.
Post Black Friday Thanksgiving ’13
With the DJIA around an all-time high, a savvy investor can make some quick moves.
Dump Tesla, Ford, and your other motor company stocks and diversify.
What we like are;
for musement only
St. Paul: “Give thanks in all circumstances…”
Santa Pauli: “Drink another beer…”
I sort of appreciated this Thanksgiving NOT being among blood-related family.. no wif, no daughter, no dogs, not one cat,,, just priests, ministers, Christians, homeless characters.
It reminded me how fortunate I am to be homeless, penny-less, without reliable transportation, with medical bills and unreliable business associates. Many Americans are having a tougher time than me.
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- Max’s Scout Services & Communications of the Americas, LLC -
[ for musement only ]
Less than 30 days until Christmas!
It is recommended that you send in your Christmas Wish List before December 6, 2013 (St. Nicholas’ Feast Day).
You may e-mail your letter to Santa Claus to:
D.A.D. & Associates of North America
dba Max’s Scout Services & Communications of the Americas, LLC
An Essay By Myles Berg of Palo Alto
Member of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church
HELPING PEOPLE IN-NEED
Do we have compassion and mercy for people who have difficulty being able to fully function for themselves? The real question is what do we do about it?
For me, the easiest way is to give some money to a Christian organization that is providing help both physically and spiritually.
We would like to appeal to your Thanksgiving appetite with a recently published Persimmon Pie Filling and Pudding recipe.
This recipe appeared in our family cookbook, Confessions of an Oenophile, in 2008:
• A dozen fresh persimmons grown locally, then distributed by Country Corner
• San Mateo County honey (from the Country Corner Deli & Market)
• Brown Sugar from C&H of Hercules
• Nutmeg (check out Penzey’s Spice store along Santa Cruz Avenue in downtown Menlo)
• Condensed Milk or canned Coconut Milk (from the Country Corner Deli & Market)
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John F. Kennedy's assassination, when I was fifteen, absolutely shaped the way I have viewed history ever since. It turned me into a political cynic. It imbued me with a bedrock political belief in a variation on P.T. Barnum's famous saying that no one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American public. The loss of someone so shining and almost magical was proof that in the end, we get the government we deserve.