Cleo rocks that tartan. Unlike Gaylord today. https://www.gocomics.com/broomhilda/2020/05/24
I had the same thought.
So, he’s against voting by mail for us but does it himself. Can anyone imagine him standing in line at the polls?
Nor, I imagine, the real James Bond. He was an ornithologist who wrote “Field Guide to the Birds of the West Indies: A Guide to All the Species of Birds Known from the Greater Antilles, Lesser Antilles, and Bahama Islands.”
I discovered this when someone donated a first edition to my library. Sold it for a hefty sum at our used book shop where most things go for $1 or less.
Happy Birthday, Lennie!
A pro pro of nothing – Reading the list of things to do during this pandemic, I’m wondering. Why do we need to wash our hands after we sneeze…into our elbows?
Anybody here have any idea?
Report on yesterday’s breakfast. Arlo does make the flakiest croissants this side of Paris. Far superior to any made by the ever-so-much-more expensive Zingermann’s. Yum!!!
On the subject of product shrinkage – if you’ve got old cookbooks that call for No. 2 cans or some such, they don’t make those anymore. Need to do a little sleuthing to find out what today’s equivalents are.
A “pound” of coffee is now, if you’re lucky 13 oz. The “two pound” can is 22 oz. Sheesh! they can’t even make it 24 oz so it’s twice the size of the one pound.
No wonder kids these days have problems with measurements.
I didn’t expect that you’d be able to come to my bakeries. But if you did, maybe we could meet up. Not likely with this pandemic. I wouldn’t go on a plane these days. Nor are we up for a cross-country road trip. So I guess we’ll just keep meeting here on Ballard St.
Here’s the link to the article. https://www.foodandwine.com/travel/restaurants/best-bakeries-in-america
I know you’re in California, but my knowledge of its geography is shaky. There might be a great bakery near you. The list is purely alphabetical with no rankings.
I solved that problem long ago. I have a bag (from Barnes & Noble, no less) dedicated to taking things to and from the library. I finish a book and it goes back in the bag.