So it was Friday night, and our plan was to cook and eat at home. Mike and I each had our own duties for cooking the meal. Mike made it home first and started to clean the fresh corn that we were going to boil.
Mike washed and dried one ear of corn and put it on the cutting board. He turned to the sink and washed the other ear. When he turned back to place it on the cutting board with the first ear, he saw that the first ear was no longer on the board…nor was it on the floor.
He noticed Archie in the dining room chowing down on the missing ear of corn! Apparently it had rolled off the cutting board, and Archie the opportunist had nabbed it!
Archie loves carrots and likes apples and oranges. Now we can add fresh corn to his list of favorites!
Please note: It is not advisable to let your dog eat a corn cob. A piece could break off and choke the dog or obstruct his throat or colon.
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Scones are quintessential British tea. You can skip the sandwiches and cakes, but scones are a must! Scones can be butter scones or cream scones; plain or with nuts and/or dried fruit. I like to make smaller round scones, about two inches in diameter, but they often are made in a larger size such as… Read More
In the course of planning an afternoon tea, I researched the Price family crest, which led to researching the Price family motto. Although there are several versions of both out there, many based on the country and location of the Price family, the one that popped out at me is the motto is Vita brevis… Read More