Bacon—it’s nature’s font of miracles! Pearl Cantrell of Richland Springs, Texas is 105 years old. How did she live so long? You already know the answer:”I love bacon, I eat it everyday”, says Pearl, “I don’t feel as old as I am, that’s all I can say”, she explains.Still feisty and full of life, Pearl has been through a lot, and has plenty of reasons to complain or even give up. After mothering seven children, outliving three of them, losing a husband, and enduring decades of physical labor, she still ha…
PERSONAL HERO & INSPIRATION FOR LIFE
Dinner is coming
Grilled Hammister and KhalCheesy sandwich for me tonight. Thanks for keeping it Thrones-y, internet!
This is everything.
I love all of these, but I think “the Palms” one is my fave.
I baked Bacon-Nana-Choco-Canna muffins & bread! Gluten-free, of course!
What my future husband could potentially enjoy. (But more than likely it will be stuff like this!)
Chicken dragged through cornstarch and tarragon, then oven fried: this has been The Dredge Report.
(Served with beets, carrots and leftover cheese grits & broccoli)
Saturday afternoon smoothies, Amanda-style: featuring fresh pineapple, mango, some crazy ass $10 orange juice, peach, Triple Sec, Cake vodka, fresh coconut water, freshly toasted coconut and ice.
ICY FRUIT DRINK WITH CHEWY BITS OF TOASTED COCONUT= BESTEVS
Koreanesque BBQ short ribs*, rosemary 2 cheese polenta (havarti & cheddar), sauteed mushrooms and fresh garden greens…
*Marinade improvised after a cursory Google of “Korean BBQ” - I used:
Gluten-free soy sauce
SRSLY OMG OMG OMG YOU GUYS
Currently potating, so hate on now.