They tasted... well... salty. Not "Gooey" or anything, just salty with little flavor. Texture was that of boiled peanuts. I also had some other great dishes including shrimp with roasted black garlic, peanut roasted brussel sprouts and a pork belly taco. All in all a great lunch! I just wish we could get grasshopper tacos in Wichita!
Anyone who knows me knows that I avoid discussing politics at every turn. I have my views and I do exercise my American right to vote at every chance, but getting into heated political discussions isn't my cup of tea.
I loved that show. I mean, I LOVED that show. Stephen and Eric are terrifically talented and they brought some great musicians with them - Jason was on guitar and Hubert on drums. Literally, sitting on a drum box. And we raised almost $3200 and all of that money goes to the Christmas in a Box Postage Fund - that will send a LOT of boxes to the troops this Christmas Season...
I love my neighborhood. I have some of the best neighbors - and there are a couple ladies who live a couple houses down from me and I just love them. Katherine lives there with her 91-year-old mother (who is still quite cantankerous!) and they have a Treat Tree. They have a container that they put dog treats in for the neighborhood dogs. So twice every day, Buddy and I go to the Treat Tree. And if Buddy should see one of them he gets VERY excited. He obviously knows who puts the treats out for him.
Primarily because I love dogs...but this story has such a happy ending! A happy story, yet where the heck was she for three years and how did she end up 830 miles from home??? No one will ever know but at least she's back at home now!
Now what could be better than that? You go out and watch a terrific, acoustic show from Love and Theft and all the money we raise will send boxes to our Kansas troops deployed overseas for Christmas. Now THAT is a win/win!