What made this so apropos? The part about hot and the back of my neck getting dirt and gritty. Here are two photos of the past weekend.
The heat has been miserable here. I'm sure I'm preaching to the choir, right? I have been working on the house and making a little progress. I have kind of bogged down on cleaning out the boat stall. The only place I have to put the nasty refuge is in my roll-away trash dumpster. I filled it up about 2/3 full this morning and then had to get my neighbor to help me roll it back out. Waterlogged gunk weighs a lot. I hope the truck can pick it up in the morning and then I will fill it again. I feel like I'm trudging my way towards my happy destiny. Heavy on the trudging part.
Here is one of my best crock pot stew recipes. It's very simple and very good. My sweet Mary had a bowl last night and said it was my best stew, ever, and named it Red Hot Stew. Of course, I feed her on a regular basis and I'm sure she knows not to p/o the cook. She tried 'Meals on Wheels' and did not like the food, so I took over. Since she lives across the street, she calls it 'treats on feet'. She is a clever lady, and very appreciative. For a long time, I helped an outfit that feeds the homeless. I was not stretch to feed my dear friend. The only variable on this recipe is the braising of the meat. Coat the stew meat with olive oil and braise in the oven at 400 for about 20 min. The rest of the recipe is self explanatory. Your ingredients may vary.
cook on high for 3 hours
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back in 1933, living in the dust
was killing me