Friday, February 24, 2012

Shucking Corn

Corn on the Cob
It’s delicious. Freshly cooked and buttered up is a wonderful dish. A lot of people do not like to deal with shucking of corn which means getting rid of the silks. It’s no fun to eat corn that still has the silks.

Learn a new way to fix corn on the cob. This is a great method for fixing your corn. I’m looking forward to trying it this coming summer. You gotta watch Ken demonstrate!

Yum Yum!
Who said you can’t learn some new tricks
as you get older!

Tennessee Granddaddy Says:
I wonder if the State Farm Insurance Company will make Bud Gregg take down his sign?


Quote of the Day
Humility is to make a right estimate of one's self.
~Charles Haddon Spurgeon

Joke of the Day

A Saudi Prince went to Germany to study.

A month later, he sends a letter to his dad saying:
"Berlin is wonderful, people are nice and I really like it here, but I'm a bit ashamed to arrive to school with my gold Mercedes when all my teachers travel by train."

Sometime later he gets a letter from his dad with a ten million dollar check saying: "Stop embarrassing us, go and get yourself a train too!”

(And all on $$$ from over-priced oil.)

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1 comment:

John White said...

Hi Jim & Beverly, Enjoyed your post as always this morning...the State Farm sign is funny! In reading the joke of the day, I am reminded that I recently read that when JFK met Khrushchev in Berlin in 1961, he arrived on AF1 while Khrushchev came by train from wonder the Soviet premier was in such a bad mood. Take care.