Our Best Pork Recipes: 35 Easy Recipes for Pork Chops, Pork Roasts, and More | MrFood.com

Get this great, free Mr. Food ebook, pdf cookbook by clicking the link and following out the picture on the Mr. Food web page to “Get Our Free Ebook”. It promises and delivers 35 Easy Recipes for Pork Chops, Pork Roasts and More and you can store it easily on your desktop or laptop!


Our Best Pork Recipes: 35 Easy Recipes for Pork Chops, Pork Roasts, and More | MrFood.com


Carmina Burana and Stabat MATER – Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier | Place des Arts

This is only one of the events in venue.


Carmina Burana and Stabat MATER – Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier | Place des Arts


Others include:


Flamenco Fantasies

The Violins of Hope

Symphonic Plamondon (a female vocal celebration of Luc Plamandon)

Festival du Monde Arabe

Lang Lang – The Goldberg Variations

There’s an Apple Watch for Everyone | Apple

Amendment: There’s an Apple Watch for Everyone with $400 or more to waste on a watch that tells time and pretends to be a PC accessory. (Oh I’m sorry it’s also a phone. I don’t really follow the Apple Watch Mystery too much.) The deal I chose changes the cream band to a black band and gets me GPS (which could actually be really great for taking long walks or just getting around the city on foot) and Cellular Service with any of T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T or Verizon. For an extra $80.00/year (or $4.00/month) I can sign up for watch insurance.

Could I spend anymore money on this watch? For instance, could I learn German without learning German by spending another $50.00 a month on it? You know, if it won’t learn languages and tighten up my high school math and language skills and keep a check on all my humanities interests from college, I don’t see the point of it. It just tells time, well lots of watches do that? What? Are they saying other watches are just jewelry and don’t even tell time? Because, everyone knows, the quartz age was pretty effective in that respect! Sure, you can’t get a quartz watch to make phone calls, but it can wake you up like it does by alarm.


There’s an Apple Watch for Everyone | Apple

I couldn’t resist and copied and pasted all the features on this watch.

I do like it though.

  • Space Gray aluminum case
  • LTE and UTMS
  • Always-On Retina display with Force Touch
  • LTPO OLED display (1000 nits)
  • Built-in Compass
  • S5 with 64-bit dual-core processor
  • W3 Apple wireless chip
  • Barometric altimeter
  • Optical heart sensor
  • Electrical heart sensor
  • Accelerometer up to 32 g-forces
  • Gyroscope
  • Improved ambient light sensor
  • Capacity 32GB2
  • Digital Crown with haptic feedback
  • Speaker
  • Ion-X strengthened glass
  • Sapphire crystal and ceramic back
  • Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz)
  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • Up to 18 hours of battery life3
  • Water resistant 50 meters4
  • watchOS 6

Well it has WIFI. That. Is pretty interesting to me. I wonder if you can download a location app that will locate you to free wifi zones if you turn it on when you are lost; simply send an “I am lost signal” to a waiting free wifi zone that looks for lost people with wifi watches of any kind. Not that I get lost often. I’m just saying in general terms.


Thanksgiving Traditions: Canadian Style – Food Services

Quick article on Thanksgiving in Canada.

It does date back to 1578, but it hasn’t been in ordinary yearly rotation but has not been in use for that long. It was formally instituted by the parliamentary government in 1879. It is a little bit interesting to learn that, in the US, the official government institution of Thanksgiving was in 1863 and was made by Abraham Lincoln.

Martin Frobisher made the ceremony in 1578 in New Brunswick, the far-eastern peninsular province of English-speaking Canada, beside Nova Scotia and directly beside French-speaking Quebec and beneath Labrador, what province is part of Newfoundland thereat.

New Brunswick was at one time a contended settlement between what are now the United States and Canada, in separation. And it was rarely separated  in those earlier centuries by settlers, but frequented by the same settlers of “kinds and tribes” as many as those found in northern New England in the main part.

Possibly the true foreigners to the area were farther south in Virginia, which was the stronghold of the continent in settler expeditionary times. It’s difficult to believe how the eastern provinces (of Canada), for all that, were separated from New England; except in the two facts that, first of all, the indigenous Indian tribes north to south were a bit in conflict; in that, even if they were friends, they were separated already by their own customs and not interested more than probably of being united by any means. And secondarily, the French settlers in the lower continent (now the US) were determined to take the entire continent for New France, whereas, all the other expeditions and settlements, were hoping to colonize for any other potentates of Europe besides France, primarily England, of course; also since, the Spanish were already involved in settlements throughout the south of the Hemisphere and losing their powers in the north for good with French conflicts happening all around. With the French leaving to the north, most of all their interests and their tribal relations went with them and the border was closed.

Interestingly otherwise, if you believe in the Viking pre-settlement of the North American continent at any time and pre-ancient Spanish Iberian settlements into North America from South America, you can find that indigenous politics were more influential on settlers than history probably gives credit for. The divisions of land borders in North America are probably more dependent in influence on pagan, indigenous histories than church-settlement relation histories to a great extent; in so far as, the pagan traditions of North America still control customary laws and rulings everywhere, tribaly and secularly over the centuries since the earliest times, more than there are laws to be written examining those traditions. This fact is rather well known. And so you can realize that, Canadian and American traditions are separated by and large by the pagan influence of the tribal Indians and their separations prior to settlements here. For a greater part, Mexico to the south of us also follows suit in the same, except that Mexico was so incredibly consolidated by the Catholic Church in its revision of pagan policies, that it is nearly in a unified state with the Catholic Church over the revision of customary pagan policies.

Thanksgiving Traditions: Canadian Style – Food Services

Hamburger with scamorza cheese and mushrooms – Panini e Bruschette

At my new fast food restaurant there is NO meatless meat. BUT, you can get a burger in ground meats that are: beef, chicken, turkey, veal, or also lamb (not always lamb, but a monthly special). There are vegan patty burgers — you can ask for a chick pea burger, a butternut squash burger, an eggplant burger, a mushroom burger and a black bean burger. I’m thinking of also adding a basic Boca Soy burger. There are salads and fried vegetables and pastas there too. And very few sandwiches, like a pulled pork, a pulled chicken, a fried cod, a philly cheesesteak and also meatball subs in both the vegan class and also the non-vegan class. The vegan materials are pre-prepped and they are also assembled in their own area, so no more grill contaminations. There are other things you can get there.

I don’t know when I will open it. I hope sometime before the end of the 20s. I’d like to call it McNamara’s but that’s a pretty famous person’s name, I have already forgotten who, so it makes it a little seedy and yes, it was just to include a “Mc” on it. So I don’t know what to call it yet. Possibly, Tarquin’s, but there’s no better reason for it than antiquity. Haven’t really decided.


Hamburger with scamorza cheese and mushrooms – Panini e Bruschette

Chicken Livers, Onions, Shallots, Mushrooms, Red Beans, White Rice, Pappardelle — a look

I love chicken livers over rice and I also love red beans and rice and I also love mushrooms and rice. There’s very few in the list of vegetables singularly over rice that I don’t like, like, broccoli, peas, onions, potatoes, sun-dried tomatoes, green string beans; and of course, chicken livers and red beans aren’t even really vegetables, except that someone in a rice kitchen might allow for it. (I know that’s uncouth today. I prefer the old tradition of allowing light meat substances in the vegan kitchen — I’m always saying this.)

And well — I’m not a very accomplished cook standing alone in bare feet so I can’t say if I know that you can make a real white rice melange smothered in chicken livers, onions, mushrooms, AND red beans. I never see the red beans paired in with chicken livers on the rest of this onions/mushrooms combo.

But finally, since I don’t have a solution for my question and all I could think of today was all of these ingredients in a rice bowl, I pulled together a few good recipe links for rice and some of these key ingredients.

Never found what I was actually looking for.

Easy Rice with Chicken Livers | Tasty Kitchen

Chicken Livers Baked Rice | Recipe Goldmine

Chicken Livers with Rice | Food.com

Mushroom Rice with Onion & Shallots

Mushroom Wild Rice Pilaf | Betty Crocker

Spicy Mushroom Rice | Food.com

Potato and Basmati Rice Pilaf | The Spruce Eats (Shown)

And, since I love red beans and rice probably as much as liver, onion, mushrooms and rice, I thought I would just post a page of 10 different red beans and rice recipes from The Spruce Eats, here; Red Beans and Rice!

But nothing chicken liver, onions, mushrooms and red beans over rice — whether it’s saffron rice or white rice, either.

(I don’t think dirty rice is the same thing. So I’ve also included a dirty rice recipe.)

Classic Cajun Dirty Rice | The Spruce Eats (Shown)

This does not even compare; it’s ingredients are entirely different. Even though dirty rice is a delicious rice dish, it isn’t anything like combining chicken livers, onions and mushrooms with red beans and rice.

So to solve my problem, and to continue to prove my ineffectiveness as a cook — I thought I’d show how I typically might try to get out of this craving. I’ve found two more excellent recipes — one for red beans and rice, and another for pasta with mushrooms and chicken livers and shallots. I was thinking of adding rice to rice. But instead, I found that maybe the total ineffective nature of the idea is better to show, rather than make it believable and lead people astray. I honestly don’t think you could combine these two recipes and win.

But for the sake of the argument. Using these two recipes following, I make a few suggested amendments.

Red Beans and Rice Recipe | Bon Appetit

Pappardelle with Chicken Livers and Mushrooms (and Shallots) | Food and Wine

Not exactly what anyone means by fusion cooking probably, but honestly, if you prepare the red beans with long grain wild rice instead of long grain white rice, it is a possibility to share the plate with the pappardelle, especially if, you’re willing to chop up your pappardelle into small bits. And finally, finishing off the red beans and wild rice pilaf and keeping it aside, and finished off the topping for the pappardelle; and, chopping up the pappardelle into small fragments like 2 inches (with a knife once they’re cooked), there’s nothing to stop anyone from adding the chicken livers toppings over onto the wild rice pilaf and beans, mixing it all like a salad and throwing the chopped papardelle on top and remixing again like a salad.

It’s probably not worth remembering again.

It would probably be more valuable to saute all the pasta toppings including all the ingredients for the red beans and rice (without any rice), steam the wild rice, steam the pappardelle, chop the pappardelle and then put it all together like a salad.

Well I tried. (I promised myself to be a cooking disaster every once in a while so no one believes I am not sharing because I don’t want to.)




IFC Center

This week at IFC Calendar here.

IFC Center – NYC

(I just can’t do it. Stay off my own blog because I am so mad. But I’m going to, also because I am so mad. Any and all of these movies also look good meanwhile. And my television service is completely on the blink. After spending a year preparing to sing the praises of IPTV and singing them, I have nothing to say, but Xtream Codes API is blinking sets everywhere and you can barely watch 5 random channels a day! Not happy.)

There I have contributed to my own page, since I’m the only one allowed to. But I don’t know when I will again. Probably not until next week, unless there’s more museum/film news I want to share.

Film Finder – Milwaukee Film Festival | Milwaukee Film

Because some cities and their Film Festivals (like the annual Fall Milwaukee Film Festival) is such an over-bearing, callous sophisticates party, that sometimes — all you can think about is wanting to be a simpleton who’s into being trendy and having a good time again.

Seriously, this is a big important Film Festival (close to me) and I am never able to go to it, year after year — it never works out for me, it may as well be a Gala Night at the Guggenheim!

But deserves trendy museum-ish mention anyway.

Laid back museum news — that’s what I like!


Film Finder – Milwaukee Film Festival | Milwaukee Film

Boston Women’s Film Festival | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Trendy movie fixes your necessary thing in life for feeling like you’re a real person? Then besides IFC in NYC, there’s the MFA in Boston, or I should have said, BC (Boston City). Well, anyway, falling in or falling out of trends, all things seem hopeful for some good times or a plan for one.

Film Schedule | Museum of Fine Arts Boston (happening now)

Boston Women’s Film Festival | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

YOU dance Programme | The National Ballet of Canada | The National Ballet of Canada


“YOU dance stands for Youth, Outreach and Understanding Dance and is designed to introduce students in grades four to six to the world of dance through FREE workshops and performances. Workshops are led by an Artist Educator and present a learning experience for both students and classroom teachers.”

YOU dance Programme | The National Ballet of Canada | The National Ballet of Canada

Drink These 25 Bottles and Become a Wine Master | Food & Wine

I find — I shouldn’t say this because it talks about my own pretensions to knowing things that I truly know that I don’t. But for the experience, I find that, in making menu suggestions every week of my life for one reason or another, and not knowing how to pair liquors or wines of any kind (this is a lifelong curse, belonging to my determinism not to drink alone or ever really), that, the request I get the most often for pairing is a very deep, thick red (would you believe it?) of any quality really or else a very light, almost soda-ey bianco, nothing ever in between. Well okay. Something learned.

Drink These 25 Bottles and Become a Wine Master | Food & Wine

Butcherbox Changing Way People Buy Eat Meat – ButcherBox

I forgot to advertise Butcher Box on my Blog Site here. I wish I knew how to set up an ad on my Blog Site — actually I do. I need to spend some time pinning some staple ad sites. I feel it’s best. I really think that using ground meats in your regular diet regularizes your use of both meats and vegetables and other food substances, separating out the heavy meats from the heap.

I’ve always appreciated Butcher Box’s dedication to meat sales to everyone who signs up properly for their offers. Grocery shopping can be hard work sometimes, having to pay attention to whatever is out there that’s good.


Butcherbox Changing Way People Buy Eat Meat – ButcherBox

Pasta for breakfast is good for your health – SheKnows

This morning early I found a Wall Street Journal article from the food and features section which gave a recipe for Breakfast Lasagna. I was disappointed that I couldn’t get it to reprint it without a Wall Street Journal digital subscription. (Am I slamming online news magazines that advertise good articles that might help people find things they want to know on the internet and find their ways with searching topics? Yes, a little bit. While everyone else gives away free articles, newspapers, can never find it in their hearts to choose what articles they are going to send to google search for finding and to allow for free read-throughs of the entire articles. That’s a little deceitful and openly self-seeking and my respect for some newspapers is dwindled on that account. Anyway…. but that’s not just the WSJ.)

So I searched for Breakfast Lasagna on my own and put up five posts earlier today. In the meanwhile, I didn’t have a story for Breakfast Lasagna (because of newspaper policies) and I found this article which everyone CAN read, which explains that breakfast pasta might be healthy, period.

I thought it was a nice thought.


Pasta for breakfast is good for your health – SheKnows

Back-to-School Weeknight Dinners – MyRecipes

I gave this some thought today. I don’t often give contributions for recipes on my own blog. (I think I’ve already covered the many reasons for that, here and elsewhere.) But I was thinking about back-to-school ideas and how I always loved to pack a lunch or actually, how I looked forward to whatever was my packed lunch. And though I have to admit, there were times that my lunches were as dull as anyone could figure a dull lunch could get, I also had a few interesting lunches to my memory. Most of most of the interesting lunches were left overs redistributed for packaging reasons, to the next day’s lunch — like lasagna, baked chicken, mac & cheese, dinner salad, spaghetti and meatballs, panini.

I thought I would return a bit to the creative side of lunch for sandwiches.

So a few thoughts. Choosing for wheat bread, or white bread, or pita bread pockets (or a pita sliced in two to make two pockets), or sub rolls (long or short, soft or hard), or kaiser rolls, ciabatta, or even hamburger buns (that’s something someone besides myself might like for making sandwiches) — this will be the bread to use, any of these choices.

Choosing for toasted or un-toasted (bread), with sides cut off or sides uncut — also personal choices, but something to consider.

Choosing for the insides — deli salads or cold cuts or cutlets — we’ll discuss some choices shortly. That is all of our discussion for sandwiches.

It’s not that creative really, but it gets things moving.

Now we have to talk about filling out the bag to making the sandwich experience worthwhile. I think that this is making a bag lunch (or a box lunch; whichever it actually is, is beside the point of necessary discretion), is the selling point of making the sandwich lunch experience worthwhile. I compare it to being able to eat out. If your sandwich bagged lunch is something that compares to the same bag lunch you get from a professional restaurant, even if it isn’t a famous local burger and fries, it has the greatest of potential to be a happy experience.

What kind of appetizers sides might be the best to pair with sandwiches? Needless to say, children of all ages crave a cessation to the sweet tooth tug they feel all day long. It’s safe to make assumptions about pre-bagged sweets or homemade sweets. Let’s just be general and accept that our sandwich homemade “carry-out” bag includes a sweet. My suggestion is not something most people will be happy hearing from a blogger, probably — it is store bought sweet cakes, like Little Debbie, Hostess, Dolly Madison — or Pepperidge Farms (as for instance a couple of large chocolate chip cookies bagged), or a bag of mini-Nabisco chocolate chips.

(It seriously sounds like I am trying to advertise for commerce in this post and that maybe I am making the post for that reason…. Nope!)

If that’s no good, then the other idea I would use, would be to prepare a box cake of choice, like Duncan Hines or Betty Crocker (or of choice), or for instance, any bagged cake, like the kind you find at King Arthur Flour Co., and cut it into pieces for zipper bagging and inclusion in the bag.

Otherwise, with the very excellent creativity you find on the internet (that I am used to sharing), you could always find a way to prepare a “healthy” dessert. All the same, I would include a daily “sweet”. It breaks up a lot of stress and tension in the middle of the day and helps make things brighter.

Ethically, everyone assigned with making someone else’s lunch, parents or others, are interested in preparing something healthy primary goal. Have we covered that? Not especially. So far I have suggested, what might be your average run of the mill salami and ham with mustard and mayonnaise with lettuce leaves on kaiser rolls, maybe even to receive a rude rejection; (especially when I add the suggestion of Swiss or provolone cheese to it). That is why I haven’t suggested that yet. (Maybe someone would like it…. It can surely be altered. It was just my off the top.)

So let’s think healthy and when we do, let’s think lunches that complete to a happy resolution that lunch is a good time of day!

Vegetables. This is what is on everyone’s mind. The sandwich is good, the sweets are good, but the vegetables keep seeming to go bad, because nobody wants them. Is this true? How would that carry-out place do it? (Besides excluding vegetables?)

I suggest preparing cooked, as in steamed for easier travel, vegetables earlier and in time, that can be transported easily by plastic container and plastic utensil in a bag or box and that makes the meal a better one by being a reason to indulge and enjoy a bag of chips! This is my vegetable alternative. Or otherwise, a plastic box packaged vegetable plate, which does not have to be salad, but which includes the combination of several uncooked vegetables, without the lettuce, (which some people don’t seem to like for lunch for some reason); for instance: celery, carrots, cauliflower, radishes, peas, chickpeas, broccoli … I might have gone to far. An uncooked salad, without lettuce anyway. It’s a little radical, maybe I should have left it out and left it at cold steamers.

This portion goes directly to the chips (of any kind).

Let’s return to the sandwiches and review our deli: salads and cold-cuts and cutlets. Boneless cutlet sandwiches, also need to be prepared ahead of time and so might be a bit too much work and nevertheless, should be something to consider — pan-frying the boneless cutlet (chicken or beef) the evening before and leaving it overnight to use first thing in the morning or else microwaving the same from frozen, including fish filet, in the morning — might be too tedious. But it’s something to consider.

Deli salads, are easy to find in the grocery store. Of course, homemade deli salads are also something easy for some people to make. (I offer no suggestions.) Among the favorite, there are ham salads, tuna salads, egg salads — that make good sandwiches. Potato salad, we’ll have to leave out of course; but for the record, there might be someone who thinks that coleslaw sandwiches are good, like me, and so I will include that as well. Also thinking that, you can add cheese to coleslaw and make it a cheese and coleslaw sandwich — easy peazy.

Finally, cold cuts are always plenty and the best ones are best with each other and cheese — so we hope to build something with cold cuts that is two slices of meat and one slice of cheese (two slices of cheese to be extravagant and all 3-4 slices being cheese if we’re making a cheese sandwich). Let’s review some great cold-cuts — ham, of course, who could doubt I’d say ham sandwiches by the end of this post? So, let’s begin there and notice that there are so many different types of ham available, it’s something to look out for. And basically then in addition to ham, also, roast beef (yes I said it! it should be put under consideration despite the expense), turkey, salami, chicken loaf, turkey bologna; (I’m am a complete un-fan of bologna so I am trying to leave it out, but I include turkey bologna and for that matter suggest, some people might like something like olive loaf or pimento loaf which is easy to find, cheap and much healthier than bologna. Being Italian I also would love to suggest something like mortadella as a bologna alternative however, some people might think the fat in it is controversial; it’s still healthier than bologna.)

Now for cheeses — provolone, mozzarella, Swiss, Munster, brick, yellow, cheddar, cream cheese. Those are my basics for the cold cuts. There are others and feel free to call cheese cheese for your own discretion; I’m making the basic suggestion composition for lunch box/bag assembly.

What are we going to call finishing the sandwich? Condiments and vegetables. There is the word vegetables again. Condiments are rather individualistic — ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, sandwich spread, dressing, nothing at all — is something people have to work out for themselves; I completely respect that, let’s move on to vegetables. Should we add vegetables to the sandwich or not? This is pretty much a restauranteur’s question if we are comparing the homemade “carry-out” to ourselves. What would a restaurant say about adding vegetables to sandwiches? I think there are many diverse answers, but I’m going to go with the fast food industry and assume we are going to add a possible group of options in the area of onions, lettuce, tomato and pickle. So I will say a few vegetables under negotiation — or none if that is what the customer negotiates.

Discretion, always discretion. As with the next step. I believe it is the bag chips that will make this lunch. People say that that is the least part of any bag lunch experience, but I think it is the central part. So actually, choosing whatever will be — hopefully a larger bag, opposed to a smaller bag — of chips — will lead the sandwich, vegetable, dessert compilation, into the future of itself with satisfaction of it’s consumption.

This is my idea of back-to-schooling lunches.

It’s pretty basic I admit.

Thought I would try it.

People say I don’t write here much. So I did.


Sheet Pan Shrimp & Sausage Jambalaya

Back-to-School Weeknight Dinners – MyRecipes

Mantova Spray Avocado Oil – Fine Italian Food – All-Natural Ingredients

I notice that the recipes in the next few posts below this are using avocado oil to complete every dish and since I like to follow up and ingredients which are possibly difficult to find in the store from my reblog posts, I thought to check up on avocado oil, which I haven’t really heard too much about.

I find that it is easy to find on amazon, at walmart, at costco, at target, and in many regular, ordinary, local, grocery store by the street venues. So I didn’t have to really post this.

Since I also like to promote shopping for Italian groceries and also shopping Italian grocery stores online, I thought I would post this reference through to an Italian online grocery store that carries it. Montava — is the name of the online store here.

Remarkably, I find, searching Italian online grocery stores that the move on alternative cooking oils is not big any time newly or soon in Italian cuisine. I’m rather stumped by that, understanding that, Italian cuisine, in local of the nation, is dedicated to the newer health-conscious and environment-conscious standard adopted all over the world and especially over here in the United States. I truly believe I’m right in believing that. And yet, our dedication seems to be only in the category of olive oils, probably for being the greatest famed in the purveyorship of it.

I hope to bring that up to my general working notes sometimes, that I find it odd that Italian commerce hasn’t become invested in procuring and selling alternative commercial cooking oils.

Well this has been a good day for me on that account, to have learned something about Italian cooking and food commerce.



Mantova Spray Avocado Oil – Fine Italian Food – All-Natural Ingredients

Listen To The World’s Oldest Known Secular Norse Song

All of this material is taken from Realm of History website and is not in any way mine or original to me.

Listen To The World’s Oldest Known Secular Norse Song



English Translation

I dreamed a dream last night
of silk and fair furs,
of a pillow so deep and soft,
a peace with no disturbance.

And in the dream I saw
as though through a dirty window
the whole ill-fated human race,
a different fear upon each face.

The number of their worries grow
and with them the number of their solutions —
but the answer is often a heavier burden,
even when the question hurts to bear.

As I was able to sleep just as well,
I thought that would be best —
to rest myself here on fine fur,
and forget everyone else.

Peace, if it is to be found, is where
one is furthest from the human noise —
and walling oneself around, can have a dream
of silk and fine furs.

Buy Gourd, Pumpkin and Drumstick online at the best price

Buy Gourd, Pumpkin and Drumstick online at the best price

I hope nobody takes this the wrong way — I mean who would except the kind of people I know who would take offense at people buying out other people’s groceries, the way that everyone I know does without conscience, so you know, pretend to have a conscience; and otherwise, most people wouldn’t take offense…. So, I hope nobody takes this the wrong way.

But I think it’s very interesting to see how other countries have their online groceries that they are different kinds of groceries from ours. I have always thought that’s an interesting thing of globalization.

So I shared this page on my blog, above that is from Big Basket which is an online grocery store in India only.

Fresh India Bazaar California

Interestingly enough, you can find fresh snake gourd online — in California at this website. If you want to click through the site, you have to enter a delivery address. Click on the option, see our delivery zones, find any zip code and enter it, to view the list.

It’s a nice shop, maybe someday, more states will have something like this, so that when you see something to make in Indian Cuisine, you can find it easily without having to grow it!

Snake Gourd Facts Page on Specialty Produce Website

And I also included a facts page on the vegetable, that ties into other interesting vegetable facts page on the same website. This is just above.




Snake Gourd Fries | Potlakaya Bajji 😍 – Ramya Recipes

I am subscribed to a blog that often sends out snake gourd recipes and I have reposted them a few times, maybe this is just the second time, though, I’m not sure, I don’t remember actually.

But this vegetable looks so good, it seems like it is a substitution sometimes for zucchini, but they say they taste like cucumbers. Cucumbers, being so very good, why argue?

Below the recipe link I have put links to where to buy snake gourd seeds (the picture here is from the snake seed company) and where


Snake Gourd Fries | Potlakaya Bajji 😍 – Ramya Recipes

Caribbean Garden Seed Company – where to buy snake gourd seeds

Plant World Seeds Company – where to buy snake gourd seeds


Amazon.com: pasta organic gluten free

This is just an exemplary page. I searched for gluten-free pasta on Amazon and came up with so much diversity. They also have the Barilla Gluten-Free, in packs but you have to search for it separately, not hard to do. (Right here is my link for it. I don’t know how long these links will last, for how many months or years, I mean, so for the sake of history, this all is my method.

Barilla Gluten Free Pasta on Amazon Prime!

Tinykada Brand Gluten Free Organic Brown Rice Pasta Penne

Gluten Free Pasta by Mail at Amazon Prime 2-Day Free Shipping!

Gluten Free Penne Pasta – 12oz – Barilla® : Target

I am really sorry. I forgot to show an example of gluten free pasta.

This is at Target and you can get it delivered, if Target is an unpleasant drive to location — as they are sometimes — by Shipt Delivery. (It’s a shame that some dry groceries you can get delivered by mail and others you cannot. This you cannot. But Amazon Prime might deliver this by mail. I’d have to check.)

There are other Glueten Free Pastas out there besides Barilla. Basically a tool to success on your diet requirements, reviewing a menu, depend upon how much time and will you will have to googling or searching for your ingredients. I have found this successful. Soon or late, you will find a link that allows you to buy online or find a location that has your necessary ingredients.



Gluten Free Penne Pasta – 12oz – Barilla® : Target

Worldwide Favorites: Featuring Our International Menu | McDonald’s

I do think this is a neat feature they are going to run — to find a foreign McDonald’s favorite in a nearby McDonald’s. I haven’t looked yet, but I’m hoping that Giallo Zafferano’s Fried Chicken Burger (is it? forget exactly it’s name) is available and also maybe, doubt highly doubtful, Lamb Burger or even Lamb Gyros (probably no longer) from Athens!

Tomato Mozzarella Grilled Chicken Sandwich from Canada

Worldwide Favorites: Featuring Our International Menu | McDonald’s

Study Runes!

As I am working on stories which are constantly referring the fate of the characters by rune stones — I am not writing the fiction of it, I am reporting the past fictions of other writers, as a writer myself — I am intrigued to know so little of rune stones and their importance in communicating spiritual values and language to hungry wanderers on earth and in story. So, I googled the phrase, “study runes online” and I came up with interesting resources. Here below are two online courses in rune stones and the third part includes very beautiful Celtic-like instrumental songs. All three recommend study resources.

I thought this was an interesting diversion to make known!

Rune Journeys

Gnostic Teachings

Rune Secrets

Explore the neon world of nudibranchs (Photos) | MNN – Mother Nature Network

Sea Slugs. Yes and the cartoon would be called the same. Because they are all over the world’s underwater archipelagos and they are a good force for humanity, which is a terrifically wonderful thing to hear with all the other rotten things to be heard. Especially interesting, is that they can be found around Antarctica. There is so little to live in that region that, that is some hope for the continued species options out there, which is a problem to self-destruction because of a zero-genetic code possibility. Wow!

Explore the neon world of nudibranchs (Photos) | MNN – Mother Nature Network