Friday, September 04, 2020
The Letter "J" -- Weekend Roundup and Reflections
(THE TENTH LETTER FOR THIS SERIES)
- the Letter "J" Prompts are:
(A) Starts with the Letter "J";
(B) "Junk" (Tom's Choice);
(C) A Favorite; and
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(A.1) Jivey starts with "J". Aren't we about the Jiviest couple you know, Mrs. Jim and me at the doctor's office? We were waiting in the little examination room at the doctor's office. Nothing major but if you aren't seeing us around you could try the obits.
(A.2) Starts with the Letter "J": Jalapeño Peppers start with "J". They are very hot although not the most hot. Photo is a 'screen print' taken from Wikipedia, "Jalapeno Peppers" (link).
(B) "Junk" (Tom's Choice): You've heard of Junk Food? We had no idea that all this. would come to our ship's table when we ordered a "Sampler". Some of it was good, other items were J..nk.
That won't displace a nice ice cream dish, with strawberries or? But we do like watermelon a lot.
(D) Reflections: The Reflection of the TV screen is on the glass topped coffee table. I did not stage this shot but as soon as I saw what was going on I knew it would be fine posted here..
"As seen on TV," the show that comes on at our house, 10:00AM, "The Price is Right". She wanted the Price to be Just Right. She only had a "40" from her spin so she spun again to add up to a nice large number. A 60 would be Just Right as 100 is as high as you are allowed to have. Higher and you lose out, you are gone. But her 60 as total was good enough to win a place in the prize bidding.
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What is your favorite "J" word? Mine is Jim, James, Jimmy, Jimmie, or Jimbo. I was named after my dad, his name was Charles Vernon H... But his father and brothers called him Jim. I am officially James Vernon H... .
Tell about one of your experiences with peppers. I have a recipe for "Quick and Easy Stuffed Bell Peppers."
Use precooked boudin, it consists of Cajun spiced sausage and rice, perfect for stuffing precooked (boiled) cut in halves Green Pepper. One link will make two stuffed half peppers, a package generally comes with two or more links.
Bake in the oven, probably about 350 degrees until nice and hot.
You can garnish the top with bread crumbs or even put ketchup on the tops. Yum Yum.
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The fine print:
- [Click on any picture for larger, click it again for extra large]
- I am linked with Tom of "Backwoods Travel" (Link here to click for Tom's Weekend Reviews)
- I am also linked this week with James of "Weekend Reflections" (click here for his Reflections Photos).
- The pictures mostly are all mine and rights are reserved to me under Copyright Law.