Baldo en Español by Hector D. Cantu and Carlos Castellanos

Baldo en Español

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  1. margueritem

    margueritem GoComics PRO Member said, over 2 years ago

    Hope everyone had a good Friday! I’m going to bed early, goodnight, all.

  2. The Duke

    The Duke GoComics PRO Member said, over 2 years ago

    Running late after watching USC beat Oregon State!!! GO USC!!! And then watched the Winterhawks beat Seattle 5-2 online making a

    GRITS


    run of 10 in a row!

  3. The Duke

    The Duke GoComics PRO Member said, over 2 years ago

    Hi, Serena!!!

  4. Akenta

    Akenta said, over 2 years ago

    good morning and happy saturday locos. Don’t forget to turn back your collects tonight and get that extra hour :-)
    Today is Los Fieles Difuntos or Día de los Fieles Difuntos around the world. We also have Sri Shayama Puja in Bangladesh, Naraka Chaturdasi in India, and Diwali/Deepavali in Malaysia and Singapore to celebrate the New Year.

  5. Alexikakos

    Alexikakos said, over 2 years ago



    Good morning, everybody…

    There’s eggplant lasagna (yeeech!!!) at “Heart of the City,” today. (Don’t give up complete hope, there’s a really nice spaghetti sauce there too.)

    It’s also “National Deviled Egg Day,” today.
    Here’s what reads as a very tasty variation on devilled eggs.

    Hot Deviled Eggs (In two parts.)

    PART ONE:


    STANDARD SAUCE FOR CREAMED FOODS

    4 tbsps. butter
    4 tbsps Five Roses Enriched Flour
    3/4 to 1 tsp. salt
    Few grains of pepper
    1 to 2 tsps. onion juice (optional)
    2 cups sweet milk (whole milk before its “Best before:” date)
    Melt butter in a small, smooth saucepan; add flour and stir over moderate heat for 3 minutes after mixture begins to bubble.
    Add salt and pepper and milk, very gradually.
    Stir constantly over direct heat until mixture is smooth and thick.
    Care must be taken that butter and flour mixture does not brown.
    Note: Creamed dishes made from this amount of sauce will serve 6. (This note is within the recipe.)


    Notes from me:
    It really doesn’t matter if the butter and flour mixture do brown a bit, just don’t burn it.
    If it starts to brown, it’s done; start adding milk.

    PART TWO:


    HOT DEVILLED EGGS

    Make Standard Sauce, page xxx.
    Hard cook (boil) 4 to 6 eggs (1 for each person to be served).
    Cut eggs in halves, lengthwise, remove yolks and mash with a fork.
    Mix yolks with 1/4 cup finely-chopped lean ham, a dash of Worcestershire Sauce, salt, pepper and a little cream to make a soft consistency.
    Pack mixture in egg whites.
    Place to halves together and arrange in a buttered shallow baking dish.
    Cover with sauce, then with buttered crumbs.
    Bake at 400°F. until mixture is heated through and the crumbs are brown.
    Serve on squares of crisp buttered toast.

    Notes from me:
    I interpret the “Place halves together…” instruction to mean side by side, as I can’t see them meeting face-to-face, as it were.



    On this day in 1889, not one but two territories were admitted as states. North Dakota, as number 39 (Capital, Bismarck), and South Dakota as number 40 (Capital, Pierre).
    (I’ve looked, I can find nothing to indicate why that order was chosen.) Both capitals are on the Missouri River.

    Both North and South recognize milk as the official state beverage. (The two are part of a group of 18 states according to my source.)
    The Dakota name comes from the Sioux Indian nation that once ruled there.


    The Garrison Dam in North Dakota, (about 70 miles north of Bismarck) is one of the largest rolled-earth fill dams in the world. The reservoir behind it is over two hundred miles long. And holds 23,000,000 acre-feet (1 acre foot is 43,560 cubic feet) of water; which makes a cube of water just under 1.9 miles on a side. (Or just about 1 minute 54 seconds to drive one edge at 60 miles per hour.)

    South Dakota is, of course, famous for Mount Rushmore, the Black Hills, and the boy, Jumping Badger.

    Who is Jumping Badger?

    The man was better known as Sitting Bull (his own father’s name), which Jumping Badger received for bravery in battle against the Crow Indians.

    Sitting Bull and his son were killed in a fight with Indian police in South Dakota in 1890 when the police came to arrest him for starting the Ghost Dance which the government of the day interpreted as an attempt to rekindle the Indian wars.


    Also on this date, by hearsay evidence; I have no direct recollection, I was born.

  6. Dry and Dusty

    Dry and Dusty GoComics PRO Member said, over 2 years ago

    @Alexikakos

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY SIR!

    Recipes sound good too. And I like eggplant so that works.

  7. Dry and Dusty

    Dry and Dusty GoComics PRO Member said, over 2 years ago

    Akenta I won’t forget to turn my clocks back, but are my “collects”? :-D

    I’d still sooner have the extra hour of daylight.

  8. cleokaya (THE FLASH)

    cleokaya (THE FLASH) said, over 2 years ago

    @Alexikakos

    Happy Birthday!

  9. cleokaya (THE FLASH)

    cleokaya (THE FLASH) said, over 2 years ago

    I am not a fan of this altering time business.

  10. Dry and Dusty

    Dry and Dusty GoComics PRO Member said, over 2 years ago

    cleo, There was a time, during the gas shortage, that the clocks weren’t changed. Do you remember that?

  11. Dry and Dusty

    Dry and Dusty GoComics PRO Member said, over 2 years ago

    johnny did you see the big Red Sox parade today?

  12. cleokaya (THE FLASH)

    cleokaya (THE FLASH) said, over 2 years ago

    @Dry and Dusty I do not remember them stopping the time change. The weather though has sure changed, the rain is coming down in buckets and there some strong wind gusts. Unfortunately, we are going to a friend’s house for dinner and have to go out in it. I am getting old for this. I hope we keep our power, 30,000+ have lost it in Seattle.

  13. The Duke

    The Duke GoComics PRO Member said, over 2 years ago

    @cleokaya (THE FLASH)

    30,000 power outages in Seattle is an average day……
    And while we were supposed to have rain today, it is a total mystery to me what that big yellow UFO is doing in my sky.

  14. cleokaya (THE FLASH)

    cleokaya (THE FLASH) said, over 2 years ago

    @The Duke

    Wow, you have sunshine. That is surprising. Lucky you. We are at 2" of rain and counting.

  15. johnnydoc5

    johnnydoc5 said, over 2 years ago

    Good evening all!

    Couldn’t get on here today.
    Happy Birthday Alexikakos!
    Dry I did, and I was able to get on the field. Very cool!

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