Yesterday I had dinner with my dad. Ribeyes, mashed potatoes, green beans. Goooooood eatin'!
Tonight, since I'm going to the gym after work, it'll likely be a ten-minute frozen skillet meal. Bird's Eye has some really good choices that are full of veggies, low on sodium, and really tasty. I'm partial to the Sweet and Sour Chicken. It's got red and green peppers, carrots, onions, pineapple, grilled chicken, and white rice in a Sweet and sour sauce. 200 calories per serving. Good stuff.
There is a saturday Farmers market in Dunedin. I have bought a fillet of lamb which I will be beating and rolling out and stuffing with wild garlic and feta cheese and broiling on a bed of celery, carrot, onion and apple cider.
Probably served with thinly sliced potatoes cooked in cream and a wild salad from the garden
"I think the neck tie is becoming less popular in some parts of the country and in some professions, but I don't think it will ever go away completely. I also think a guy's personal appearance is not necessarily based on the type of…"
From the Grammarphobia blog.Q: In a recent radio appearance, you said the idea that “he” can refer to any human being – man or woman – was introduced in the 18th century by a female grammarian. I think you’re wrong. The concept of male as universal has been around much longer.A: If by “male as universal,” you mean using male pronouns (“he,” “him,” and “his”) for women as well as men, the idea did indeed begin in the 18th century.Before then – for two centuries, in fact – it was considered…See More
I heard that according to researches that the neck tie is expected to become obsolete in the next few decades. Because more and more men are dressing more casually these days thanks to Facebook and google where the CEO shows up in jeans and a hoodie. So is the neck tie really becoming obsolete or are men just not caring about his personal appearance?Please feel free to give your taken on this.See More