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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Wordless Wednesday

Trooper. I miss this dog.

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At 4:54 AM, Blogger Shannon said...

Awwww.... he's a gorgeous boy! I'm so sorry he's no longer with you. I have a five year old German Shepherd, and I know I will miss him very much when he's gone. Thank you for sharing this photo. :-)

Have a great day!
Shannon
P.S. Here's a link to one of my Wordless Wednesday posts with him in it. I just love this pic! LOL
http://wvclaylady.com/2010/08/11/wordless-wednesday-aug-11-2010/

 
At 12:26 AM, Blogger Halley said...

He is gorgeous!

I'm sorry he's gone. He looks like he was well-loved.

 
At 6:17 PM, Blogger Oxford said...

I have been reading your food blog and have really enjoyed it. As a fellow foodie, I have a blog about my quest for the ultimate hamburger, I wanted to share this link and project that I have been following as I think they have an very interesting idea for a short film that will appeal to foodies.

A team of documentary short film makers is making a film about the regional foods which are disappearing from our grocery store shelves. Once, the grocery store reflected the foods and culinary heritage of each region of our country. There was a time that Coors beer was not sold east of the Mississippi River, and Moon Pies only existed in the South. Small regional food companies are being bumped from the store shelves, and we are losing these food traditions.

These are those foods that maybe your grandparents had in their pantry and you refused to eat. Things (and these are real) like mudfish in a jar, sauerkraut juice, and canned snake. They are looking for input on regional foods in your area, like those strange food items on the top shelf that you have no idea how they are used or what to cook with them.

The film will include calling the makers of these unique foods and learning the history and reason behind why mudfish is available in a jar. Then they will have a big food tasting offering volunteers the chance to taste these items and give their feedback.
I hope you can suggest possible regional foods or ask your readers. You can learn more about the project on their website http://www.indiegogo.com/10MinuteFilms

 

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