We’ve had some decent weather days recently. Only thing is, most of the time we get decent weather, I’m at work. OK, I don’t take many days off, but when I do, it always seems to be the day the weather turns lousy.
Wednesday, I had a bit of luck though. It DID turn wet, but after I’d finished cooking and packed everything away.
These free-range ribs were very tasty, and really needed little seasoning, as they were good and sweet already, as good pork should be, and grilling them bought out the flavor of the meat. Along with the tomatoes, corn, red onions and peppers, and peas, it was an enjoyable meal, if I say so myself.
Bob is walking down a country road when he spots Farmer Harris standing in the middle of a huge field of corn doing absolutely nothing. Bob, curious to find out what’s happening, walks all the way out to the farmer and asks him, “Excuse me Farmer Harris, could you tell me what you are you doing?”
“I’m trying to win a Nobel Prize,” the farmer replies.
“A Nobel Prize?” enquires Bob, puzzled. “How?”
“Well, I heard they give the Nobel Prize to people who are out standing in their field.”
Have a great weekend everyone!
That made a change for the books after all these years. I got to cook dinner for my Mother.