Smells like Salmon.
Any port in a storm.
(Clearly a missed punny opportunity to have a photo of a Château Latour, would that I could afford one)
But does it taste like chicken?
I have been surprised that these little tomatoes ( we get at a Sunday farmers market) taste
so “ tomatoey”.
A warning, then: at least in northern Indiana, we had lots of warm days, but also lots of deluge from rain storms during the late spring/early summer, and as a result, tomatoes are nice and big as usual, but still hard and green. Apparently there’s not much we can do at this point except make sure to NOT water and hope. Apparently the heat and water one-two punch are a bad combination for tomatoes.
Or, to parallel the original artwork, might it say, rather, ce n’est pas une tranche de saucisse ?
You’re right. I was taking it to the next level. To another galaxy, some might say
Yes—it’s better the way you did it
My mind’s habitual comparing-things-to-what’s-already-stored-in-my-brain mechanism went into overdrive there for a minute. Sorry!
I live in San Francisco. This does not surprise me. Except that it was not here.
Hatch chile time. My spouse will remove the skins on these and the ones in the other two containers.Then freeze them in meal-sized batches. They’ll be used all year for salsa, soup, tacos, enchiladas, and super yum scratch-made hatch mac & cheese. Plus anything else he feels like. Because he is the cook.
Forgot the pic
Burger King has just served spam to many of its customers, who have complained they received an emailed receipt to advise them of a non-existent order for no food.
Our team has grilled Burger King about the situation to learn how the spam came to be served and, critically, if a security compromise was the cause.
We will update this story if we receive a substantive reply.
“Our team has grilled Burger King.” Nicely played.
Let me know when they’ve been adequately flamed.