The other day on the show, we were talking about foods that take you back to childhood and I ended up posting a blog about it on Facebook. A very dear friend of mine remembered bringing "mass quantities of Corn Toasties" when they would come and visit us in Ohio.
Occasionally on the WIKY Morning Show, a subject will come up where the reaction takes me totally by surprise. This morning, I mentioned that my wife needed a replacement part for one that had broken. She had the option of buying the part on-line or buying it from a local merchant. She made the conscious decision to buy locally. It didn't turn out well. After weeks of not hearing from the local store, it wasn't until she went to the store that she found that they had never even placed the order for the part. If she had ordered the part on-line, it
Over the weekend, I bought and ate something that brought me right back to my childhood. I had some Chunky Sirloin Burger Soup and I can honestly say I haven't had any since I still lived in Ohio as a kid! I used to be fascinated with the little teeny-tiny sirloin burgers and how they even had grill marks on them! It was pretty tasty, but I do have to say that my palate is a bit more sophisticated these days....LOL!
If you've listened to my show for any length of time, you know I am like the old woman who lives in a shoe with so many kids I don't know what to do. Three of my 10 children came to me thru birth, the rest came to me thru adoption, some when they were very young and some as adults.
Monday I played "Suspicious Minds" - the new version from Viva Elvis. This is the latest Cirque de Soleil show in Las Vegas. Cirque de Soliel takes the music and adapts it for their performance, and then gets dancers, acrobats and all sorts of special effects. They did it with The Beatles and it was a rousing success. If you want more info about it, here's the link to their website:
The election is just two weeks away. I'm very proud of being someone who has consistently voted over the years, and yes I do brag about it.
Having lived in Evansville for 10 years, I've really enjoyed some of the traditions we have here. Fried food up and down Franklin Street the first week of October is a real highlight of my calendar year.
I recently was going through our pantry at home when I found a can of boiled peanuts in the very back. Boiled peanuts are common in the South and a friend brought them back for me from a visit to his family in Alabama. Of course, I can't recall how long ago that was, but the can's in the pantry if ever I get a hankering for boiled goobers.