Monthly Archives: August 2011

Cooking with Bob

If you can bread it, evidently you can chicken fry it.  As a fan of fat and frying, I listen with interest at what folks can coat and fry.  Public radio’s Morning Edition was at the Minnesota State Fair last month and reported … Continue reading

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I got up extra early this morning to drive Bob’s son, Bobby, to work.  When I say extra, I mean 4:30 so we could hit the road at 5:15.  Dairy farmers might be eating lunch then, but I put that … Continue reading

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Mesquite-Devil with roots

During the summer when we were growing up, my sisters and I got out of bed maybe 30 minutes later than we did during the school year, did whatever chores we were allocated, and were sent outside to play.  It didn’t matter … Continue reading

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