Curbside cans: a five decker lunch of rice, beans, fish, fresh vegetables, and dessert. Sounds great. But how does Gilberto get his cans back?
I hear Shiraz pairs nicely with Peru system.
Not a fan? What about old adopted mother’s veggies? So fresh!
And don’t forget to customize the heat level to your desired God Fire.
Still too spicy? Ask for a pat of adult butter to even out the heat.
If you’re vegan, you’ll have to skip the butter. No dairy for you. But remember:
Pretty wife eat cheese. Pretty wife eats meat. Pretty wife eats flesh salad.
Lost in Asian translation? Retreat and think of cakes.
Not a fan of cakes? Try a small square of caramel.
Do you eat? Coron to you! Bon Appétit!
In 1955, peanuts were amazing little salted bundles of protein that everyone could eat (as far as we knew). For a nickel, you could eat a candy bar of pressed peanuts. You could eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on enriched white bread. You could fry wholesome meat in peanut oil. You could have peanuts out the wazoo.
But now schools and churches and even offices are mostly nut-free zones. We warn parents not to put nutty items in Halloween or Easter candy. And some of us just avoid them as the lowly cousin of grander nuts. But you might be missing out.