This one is perfect for those months when you have mixed feelings about the weather. You neither feel too hot nor do you feel too cold. The construction of the comforter is such that the goose down is spared from shifting. Chile is pushing its wine growing boundaries north to Elqui Valley but also well to the south. Witness Casa Silva, which is growing Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc, some 900 kilometres south of Santiago on the shores of Lake Ranco vineyards in Patagonia. We didn’t get to taste the sparkler that will be produced with the first two varieties, but if the Sauvignon Blanc is anything to go by, it should also be worth waiting for..
Of course, you can simply print the coloring pages and other printables listed here and hand them out to your children or students to color and enjoy. With a desktop publishing program, though, there are other ways to use Dr. Seuss color printables.
ANTHONY ‘CHAMP’ RAGUNAS. A standout in several sports, Ragunas was inducted into the Luzerne County Sports Hall of Fame at a ceremony in Wilkes Barre, Pa., Sept. 15. Bleeding, and with more than physical scars, I released the Beast to ravage the night once more. Dizzied by the wafting pheromones, I faced another long night of constant vigilance and little rest. Even now I sometimes mutter ‘back to your own tent’ in restless sleep.
I used Ball Park Smoked White Meat Turkey Franks, an excellent Turkey Frank! I boiled them, it took about 5 minutes and they were ready, plump, and delicious. I heated the can of Skyline Chili for my topping. I served everything on a Aunt Millie’s Reduced Calorie Hot Dog Buns. Put the Frank in the Bun then topped it with French’s Yellow Mustard, the Chili, and Sargento Reduced Fat Sharp Cheddar Shredded Cheese. Had a small side of some Skyline Oyster Crackers with a few drops of Frank’s Hot Sauce on them, which is a common way to have them here in the Cincinnati area. We love our Chili, Chili Dogs, Chili Spaghetti, and Hot Sauce here in the Cincinnati area.
A mediocre cook changes his knife once a month because he hacks. I’ve had this knife of mine for nineteen years and I’ve cut up thousands of oxen with it, and yet the blade is as good as though it had just come from the grindstone. There are spaces between the joints, and the blade of the knife has really no thickness.
There’s an enticing cocktail list and a plethora of organic and biodynamic wines. Starters of beetroot, walnut and gorgonzola salad and seared scallops with saffron yellow aioli were both pared back and beautifully balanced. Under the meat, a chutney sweet with caramelised onions and a brilliant Puy lentil salad in a zingy emulsion of oil, shallots and lemon waited to offer the illusion of health..