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On this day in history: August 24, 1981 - Mark David Chapman sentenced to 20 years for killing Beatle John Lennon.
Born on this day in history: August 24, 1955 - Mike Huckabee - Born: August 24, 1955 (Hope, AR) Lieutenant governor of Arkansas from 1993 to 1996. Governor of Arkansas from 1996 to 2007.
Scripture of the Day: "If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples. Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free." — John 8:31-32
Video of the Day: The Dangers of Texting While Driving - This is very graphic!
Imagine my surprise when I encountered this scene while driving to my office this morning! Click to enlarge.
The Weekend The weekend was busy: Friday, we attended the Corning Olive Festival Parade. I took 350 photographs of the parade.
Saturday morning, we attended the Corning Olive Festival activities at Woodson Park. I took nearly 700 photographs there. Select photographs will be available for viewing online soon. I shall alert readers when they are available. Saturday evening, I made ginger shrimp and pasta. I cooked a package of Barilla Thick Spaghetti until al dente and set aside. I sautéed minced garlic, freshly grated ginger, sea salt, and red pepper flakes, in extra-virgin olive oil. I tossed in 38 medium cooked shrimp and stirred until the shrimp were heated. I added the pasta, stirred, turned off the burner, and let this sit for five minutes. Laura transferred the shrimp and pasta to a large pasta bowl and stirred. At the table, we added more red pepper flakes. Laura added shredded Parmesan cheese, and I added bleu cheese. It was a delightful meal. A quantity remains for a later meal.
Sunday, I marinated an enormous London Broil with extra-virgin olive oil, Merlot, Monterey steak seasoning, ground black pepper, Pappy's Seasoning, sea salt, granulated garlic, and red pepper flakes. I shucked and cleaned four ears of white corn and poached for five minutes in the microwave. I brushed the corn with extra-virgin olive oil, Pappy's Seasoning, ground black pepper, red pepper flakes, and sea salt and set aside. Five hours later, I took the meat from the refrigerator. I started the grill. 15 minutes later, I took the meat and corn outside and determined that the propane tank was empty, and the extra propane tank was also empty! I sautéed the London Broilsearing it nicely on both sides. I added some Merlot to the sauté pan and tossed in some white mushrooms. I let this cook, uncovered, for five minutes. I poached the corn for five minutes in the microwave. This was a wonderful meal. The meat was nicely seared on the exterior and rare in the center. There is a great quantity remaining for another meal.
I must remember to replace the propane tanks!
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