Making My Home A Haven is important to me. Sharing homemaking skills. Recipes and food. Bible Studies. This is a treasure chest of goodies. So take a seat. Have a glass of tea and enjoy. You will learn all about who I am.
Good Evening From Florida.
Today was one of those days I wasn’t on much. On, meaning on here or Facebook or somewhere else like it. I was busy MOST of the afternoon working on the computer. Park Stuff. For Danny and for me. I have a lot of things I need to work on for myself. Signing up volunteers and coming up with projects and dates. Both at Lake Kissimmee State Park and here on Rolling Meadows Ranch. Our Neck Of The Woods.
Danny has me doing research as well. Sending emails to District and elsewhere. I have a long list of things to do for him. I enjoy that.
I’ve missed working outside and am needing work to do inside.
Work meaning ANYTHING NOT RELATED TO HOUSEWORK. LOL.
It’s been a productive day.
I also, was able to SLEEP this morning after Danny left for work. Really sleep hard. Something I seldom do.
Here’s praying you all had a good day.
Now on to the post at hand.
From Sarah: why limit your toppings?
I love hotdogs and brats. I have said it many times. I don’t eat them very often for obvious reasons . When I do, I want to load them up.
From Sarah: The following was Copied and Pasted.
“The German”: For a bratwurst-inspired dog, layer on Maple Mustard, Pickled Cabbage, and Grilled Onions.
“The Sweet + Smoky”: For a dog that hits all the spicy sweet and smoky spots of your favorite backyard barbecue, layer on Chipotle BBQ Sauce, Sweet Dill Pickle Relish, andGrilled Corn.
“The Garden Dog”:Old Bay Mayo provides a creamy base for tart Pickled Carrots and smoky Grilled Peppers.
“The Fire Starter”: If spice and brine are your beats, mix together Harissa Ketchup,Scallion Kimchi, and Grilled Peppers.
“The Southern Belle”: For a combo that’s even better than your favorite summer succotash, top your dog with Old Bay Mayo, Grilled Tomatoes, and Grilled Corn.
Those are just a few of the popular hotdog combinations around today.
I love anything with a good sauerkraut and onions.
I also love adding grilled onions and peppers.
I could go on and on.
I am not a bun lover but I DO want a good one when I have one. Potato buns are one of my favorites.
Ketchup is my LEAST favorite addon.
So enjoy eating those hotdogs .
I can’t say I have ever done any BBQ Hopping unless it was at a fair where there were all lined up together.
It’s a short read. Was interesting for me because I just can’t imagine visiting 3 or more places and eating at those place. I don’t have that many friends I want to spend the time with. Not here anyway.
I have friends but they are scattered all over the country.
I found an interesting post on packing your cooler for camping.
I was amazed at some of the comments I saw here and in other posts I have seen.
I grew up CAMPING. There were 5 of us.
Mom had everything down to a SCIENCE. Her lists. All of it.
Dad’s job was packing everything in the car or truck or whatever.
I remember him having to pack all 5 of us, a dog and our stuff, plus all of the camping gear….
IN AN 1965 BONNEVILLE , CONVERTIBLE .IT WAS YELLOW. I loved that car and ended up driving it for years. I didn’t like paying for gas for it. LOL.
When I was a mom, I took Bobby and his cousins camping.
We had a blast.
So I KNOW all about CAMPING.
Or so I thought.
Poutine is a Canadian dish made with french fries and cheese curds topped with a light brown gravy-like sauce. This fast-food dish is found across Canada and in some places in the northern United States. Wikipedia.
Cheese curds in cuisine, or cooking, are the solid parts of soured milk either eaten alone or used in various regional dishes, mostly in eastern Canada.
I knew what Cheese curd was but maybe someone else won’t.
So now I know what Poutine is.
So check out the article here for some true Canadian dishes.
My real name is Debra (Debbie Sue). Sarah is a nickname given to me in high school. My husband has always called me that so here in Florida It's all I am known by. I was born and raised in Illinois. My son and I moved to Colorado in 1982. I taught school for 17 years. Then I ran a homeschooling/preschool/daycare until 2006 when I moved to Florida after my son, Bobby died suddenly. He was almost 26. Danny and I live and work at a state park here. I miss the mountains and climate of Colorado. I miss snow and the four seasons. I miss Bobby.
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