So you'all better start guessing what this was the ingredients for...
'Cause I already deep fried some for a dinner and a lunch...things are starting to pile up...get backed up and...
Bottle neck...bottlenecking pics of food...bring on the food pics...
Made this on the second of Nov (marinated chicken deep fried with brown rice) along with what I "deep fried" from the above ingredients. It goes into a chook soup stock and you can deep fry them too...ever so delicious! Hee hee... there's those cold weather comfort foods showing up on the menus.
What did I make to add to lunch yesterday with these ingredients below??
What are these ingredients for?
I heard a report that there is a one month waiting list on the go for anyone trying to get winter tires installed in Calgary on their vehicles....shucky darn, no snow here yet that would incite winter tires put on ... tee hee!
For all one knows, this is still like September weather here...wee hee hee...
After work yesterday, Rick cut up those long lengths of wood so we could move them before they froze into the ground.
Then he hung some heavy duty, special ordered tarps on the Parking Building...looking purdy snazzy!
Love how the tarps are green and go right along with the red, white and green colour theme here.
Lunch was so filling yesterday, we settled on a green salad for supper...stuff yer faces at lunch and even with the cold working weather, you still kinda felt full. Oh well...
Cleared out half the pheasant Cabin and moved the one pair of Red Goldens over yesterday. So pen cleaning continues as the weather continues to hold.
Exciting, today is Lacy's half a year old b-day. Will have to click some special pics of the old gal plus ensure they both have an extra special supper to celebrate marking this occasion. Emmy turns 6 months old on the tenth...another excuse to "pig out" on the good stuff.
Funny, dog dogs have been here 90 days as of today. Kinda strange to figure just three months has gone by...way, way too much fun been had, so I guess that explains it. Time flies.
Conversed with the breeder other day and she reports back that Emmy's full litter sister took "Baby in Group" which is very kewl!
I am going to a dog show this weekend, decided not to take the girls. Rick and I, we feel they are just a tad too young and always the concern that even though both have had their kennel cough vacs (reg vacs and rabies too), there is never 100% risk free in regards to taking dogs to where groups of them are at. I took Makins to a dog show as a youngster (did the kennel cough vac and use to have to do a six week booster...did that also and waited four more weeks to ensure she had optimal coverage) and still sweet Makey Makes came down with kennel cough. Never killed her, yeh, but I was some plum angry I did the best I was able to protect her from that and it still happened! Then I got to learn about kennel cough moreso--that just like the human flu vaccine, dog kennel cough (Bordetella) has many strains and it mutates. So you can "kennel cough" vac all you want but if there is a version not in the vaccine at the dog show, you are likely to be crapola outta luck. Dogs are then at risk and can come down with this OTHER version. Sigh.
I guess we are just a tad too cautions fer now about the girls. Besides, there are shows in March coming up and I have time off from work then too. So maybe then we can "run silly around the ring a ding" and see how the girls do in conformation. I need to touch base with the dog show clan, been hmm...maybe a decade since I last entered dogs. Whole new crowd might be showing (see that there are two males and two female ACDs entered...not sure who that may be...could be someone I don't even know, eh). So yeh, I do know things have changed substantially since then--even what shows are happening. Some are no longer in existence and then there are new ones. So gonna get caught up to speed with that hobby. Pretty much like riding a bike, never forget just need to get back on and start peddling again.
I am thankful to see there is still a CERF eye clinic held at the November show...same onthamologist too. Time ticks along and people retire...happy to see him there because he is one tough cookie when it comes to seriousness about the eye health in canines. I love that in a specialist. Know when you take yer dogs to him, he's one of the best of the best and you get straight up professional services. Price has more than doubled now for an eye certification...from $20 to $45 but expected. Getting up to speed in lots of things...
Doggone & Chicken UP!
Tara Lee Higgins
Higgins Rat Ranch Conservation Farm, Alberta, Canada