Where do you keep yours? A spice rack, a drawer, a cupboard?
How old is your spice? That’s the question.
I received a gift of a jar of Bagel-on-Grant spices at Christmas (thank you Amy) and as I put it on my spice shelf today, I looked at the other little jars and thought about how long they’ve been on the shelf.
Some spices are used often, so get replenished more often but some little jars just sit. A pinch or smidge here or there, but just sitting. For years!
I think it’s time to clean out the spice collection.
The new one is the fresh looking white label in the photo. TheSteel City Salt Company is across the Allegheny River in Millvale, Pennsylvania. I just checked out their website and they are on a family vacation until February 3rd but they’ll fill online orders upon their return.
When Steve came home from work we drove down to 8th and Penn Avenue to see the fifty-foot inflatable rabbit, part of the Intrude Installation . It wasn’t there!
We found the three smaller Rabbits on 7th Avenue. A person protecting the display was able to tell me why the fifty-foot rabbit wasn’t to be found. I discovered they check the wind and so the fifty- foot rabbit had been deflated to keep it safe.
Here are the rabbits I did see. by Australian Artist Amanda Parer
The deadliest land mammal, my son told me at Christmas. According to the BBC News post
“Ungainly as it is, the hippopotamus is the world’s deadliest large land mammal, killing an estimated 500 people per year in Africa. Hippos are aggressive creatures, and they have very sharp teeth. And you would not want to get stuck under one; at up to 2,750kg they can crush a human to death.”BBCNews
When the kids were small , we had cute picture books about a Hippo couple-George and Martha. Guess not
This is a blue potato that got left behind for the soup. And sprouted.