Just a bit ;) I would love to be certified to make actual Neopolitan crust, but I don’t have the family lineage or the money to go hang out in Italy for the training and DOC process.
Sun dried tomato, roasted red peppers, caramelized onion, and prosciutto with fresh mozzarella with a nicely seasoned – heavy on the garlic and toasted onion – tomato sauce on a good Neopolitan style crust.
With fresh sweetcorn as the side!
When my son was very little we lived in military housing and power outages were pretty common (once a month or so) and always during the late afternoon when he was allowed some tv. He would grab the remote and ask me to change the batteries.
You’ve had more snow than we’ve had in DC this year. It does remind me that I need to make sure the snow blower is up, running, and ready for the rest of winter.
Definitely Bea’s microchip visit and the year of straight up poop!
I learned that when my dad had his first heart attack in 1981 ( I was in high school) and it has stayed with me.
I have a family history of heart issues, please, please, call your dr and get referred to a cardiologist! Several years ago they picked up an arrythmia in my heart during an EKG. At the time I was under 50 and in good health, but given my family history, it bought my a visit to a cardio. Wore the monitor for a couple of days, had a sonogram – monitor didn’t pick up anything of note. During the sonogram it skipped at least once – the tech asked if I felt anything, but I didn’t notice a thing. Mine was minor enough that I didn’t need meds or follow-up for now.
Agree Arolarson, if you feel short of breath or tightness in your chest (or numbness in your shoulder/upper arm), please get to the ER. Also, women have signs/symptoms that men don’t have!
I’m finishing Ibram X. Kendi’s “How To Be Anti-racist” and moving on to “The Roxy Letters” (this was a gift from my hubby who thought I needed some chic lit after reading heavy stuff most of the year) and “Memoirs of a Kamikaze: A World War II Pilot’s Inspiring Story of Survival, Honor and Reconciliation”. I’m excited about the memoirs, especially after seeing a documentary on Miyazaki and his making of the Wind Rises and reading about the engineer who designed the Japanese Zero plane.