Sounds good as always…..
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This recipe calls for 4 staples that I keep on hand. Honey, lemon juice, parsley  and soy sauce. Because I keep them on hand I have found many dishes that calls for those ingredients. These items are easily found at local stores in small inexpensive sizes.  I store the lemon juice in the refrigerator after it has been open. Since I drink ice tea during the summer months. I like lemon and honey for my tea. Even though you have to maintain a frugal kitchen you will find these pantry staples important to make cheap meals sing with flavor.

Chicken thighs are the least expensive cut of chicken you can buy.  It is great for braising and stewing because it holds up in the process better than other parts of the chicken. Thighs are my first choice when I am trying to stretch a dollar. I always buy them with…

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RUINED BY RESPONSIBILITY!

OldCat

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I can already feel it!

Panic is setting in because the days are getting shorter

(hotter but shorter)

I can’t stand change, I can’t stand heat,

I CAN’T STAND IT!!!

CatWantsOut~~dru~~

 CATinAhammock

Estivate / Aestivate

 Excerpted From: A.Word.A.Day with Anu Garg – Wordsmith.org

MEANING  verb: To pass the summer in a dormant state.

PRONUNCIATION:  (ES-tuh-vayt)

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin aestivare (to spend the summer). Earliest documented use: 1623.

USAGE:  “Unlike aquatic species, the turtles have the ability to travel upland and estivate for the remainder of the summer.”

Marta Yamamoto; Popular Berkeley Lake Reduced to a Puddle; The Mercury News (San Jose, California); Sep 17, 2015.   basicblack3

 

HAPPY SOLSTICE TO YOU ALL!
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Random Ramblings; Myriad Musings

Blessed Summer solstice…’tis the longest day of the year. Blessed be!

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