Right now take-out Chinese sounds good. Except my favorite place doesn't deliver and I don't want to go out. In the heat. And the rain. And the Tornado warning.
Do you like Chinese food?
I guess the kolaches are OK, then. We have plenty of Czechs AND Poles living here.
Well then; you must have Balances and Rods. those go with Czechs and Poles.
After a hard days work, raking leaves, loading them in a cart and hauling them to where we dump them, I am exausted. So, I just had a Johnsonville stadium Brat on a slice of wheat bread with spicy brown mustard and sweet relish. Now I'm sitting outside in my Strong Back
Chair drinking Foster's Premium Ale(Which used to be called "Foster's Bitters")and eating Frito lay Scoops and bean dip. Aren't laptop computers great? Happy had Science Diet Light and premium water. From the tap. He will probably get a "Greenie" later.
Stir, Aggie, we have lots of Czechs and Poles here in the 'Burgh as well!
There is a place in the next county from me that sells kolaches.
George and I tried them, and we liked them!
"Beer and Brats for Everyone"
The 12th Annual Tomball German Heritage Festival will be March 30, 31, & April 1 located on the Old Downtown Streets of Tomball Texas near 201 S. Elm St., Main St. (FM 2920), and Market St. It is a Music/Street festival celebrating German and ethnic heritage with 5 stages of live music entertainment “happy music for happy people”, ethnic and festival food, beer, wine, 150 street vendors, all kinds of German souvenirs and clothing, arts crafts, antiques, Heritage Center, German church service, fireworks, carnival, pony ride, petting zoo, strolling music makers, street performers, and much more. Like Oktoberfest in March! You do not have to be German to enjoy this festival and there’s no admission and parking is free.
I didn't get the alert that it was brat day, so I had coconut shrimp. Next time I need a little warning.
Shrimp and salad here too.
Supposedly 'tostadas'. It's really just a flat taco....;-/
Okay.....real tostadas next time.
Grilled cheese with Hilshire Farms deli turkey......always a good choice.
Chili with the gray wolf on the can.
Frozen Cordon Bleu. I'd have made it myself, but I don't have a clue how to make it.