CALLING ON HOME SEWERS TO HELP HEALTHCARE WORKERS FIGHTING COVID-19
The lack of proper masks, gowns, and eyewear equipment is making it difficult for health workers to do their work fighting the novel coronavirus. In a recent New York Times article, medical workers said they were worried about how they can both fight the coronavirus without imperiling themselves, as well as their loved ones when they go back home.
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We had pork chops in the slow cooker, with a garlic honey sauce and cauliflower "mashed potatoes" with broccoli and a salad. Oh and to keep it on point, and shoe related, I was wearing my AE Sutter Mills that I found in the hall closet after wondering for a year what happened to them.Yes! One of us! lol I am having a heart-healthy and laden soup right now. Chicken-foot-based broth with chicken hearts.
I'm polishing my Cobbler Unions right now for the first time.We had pork chops in the slow cooker, with a garlic honey sauce and cauliflower "mashed potatoes" with broccoli and a salad. Oh and to keep it on point, and shoe related, I was wearing my AE Sutter Mills that I found in the hall closet after wondering for a year what happened to them.
One thing I have noticed is that polishing this pair results in a LOT of black on the cloth. I started with Renovateur, and it blackened the clock as dark as if I had used a black polish! I couldn't tell on the shoe--it didn't seem to lose its color.thanks, I am one of those that the 65 last fits fine, TTS Brannock device.
I like that!!!! If it were a chew toy, it would be correct, he can't go anywhere without a toy in his mouth (trait of a Golden Retriever).
I know a little of Pinot Noir but not Merlot.Nice meal!!!!! I would love to have that, but since we are now on a "heart healthy" diet due to wife's stent, I can only look at photos. I like the MM myself, but not a big bourbon guy either. Now if we are talking Merlot.............
Thanks, it was my favorite cut, a NY strip. And do you know, it was so good I neglected to use the A-1. lol. Thanks for the bourbon reco's. I will try those out as well. As for scotch, I've always drunk Dewar's and do like Glenlivet but Glenfiddich more - who wouldn't at near $100/ bottle.Good food and good drink!
If you're looking for bourbon suggestions some of my favorites include Angel's Envy, Willett's, and really anything from the Buffalo Trace distillery.
Are you a scotch fan? Scotch is my jam.