If 4 out of 5 people SUFFER from diarrhea… does that mean that one enjoys it?
Back to normal, I am up ay 7:00 AM and Sue at 8:00 AM. The bricks in the patio are wet so either a) the neighbors sprinklers were on last night or b) it rained. I quickly went to the internet and examined the forecast so I could tell what to wear! Looks like no speedo’s in the six hour forecast…the 90 year old lady down the street will be disappointed!
I needed to make a run to the market and CVS so into the Silver Ghost and off like a shot. Checking my on-line Alexa shopping list caused me to enter the water aisle…water aisle you say. YES! Did you know us crazy American’s have an entire aisle of water? Colored water, vitamin reinforced water, mineral water, bottled water, canned water, instant water, powdered water, water water… it deserved a picture.
So, what about Indian food. Well, we took Joe and Jennifer Garcia out for lunch for Joe’s birthday (about two weeks late). It was the first time we could since Joe’s birthday aas the hospital stay interfered wit previous plans.
We had Irene join us since she see’s Jennifer at Malarkey’s every Monday night. Jennifer is the bartended on Monday’s. If you remember, we went to their wedding in Laughlin a few years back!
So we took Joe out for his birthday to a sushi place. This time we wanted something different. Last year we could not with all the sickness and all but this year it is a go!. We met Joe through Jennifer. Joe runs the physical starting gate at the local race track! Interesting job!.
They have never been to an Indian restaurant so we have to do thestandard questions. You know like: How hot do you like it?” and “Do you like snake?” Jennifer is three years with AA but she does not mind if we imbibe.
Did You Know?
The first Indian restaurant in the USA was opened in the mid 1960s. Today, there are around 80,000 Indian restaurants in America.
Staple ingredients of Indian cuisine like potato, tomato and chilli don’t have Indian origin. They were brought to India by the Portuguese.
Tikka Masala, a popular dish in India, is not Indian. It was invented in Glasgow, Scotland!
According to Indian Food Theory, our food has 6 different flavors: sweet, salty, bitter, sour, astringent and spicy.
We arrived at 11:30 AM just in time for a G&T. The “kids” got here about 12:15 AM, right on time! Joe is turning 33, a nice age!
After the meal, we departed for home and a good two hour nap! It was indeed needed! The G&T took its toll! After getting up, I continued by research on Medicare Supplements… our are different and I do now know why?
By 7:00 PM I was recovered and we watched TV. 10:00 PM and the oven was fired up and ready to do it nightly chore…bake the tookies. All in all, it was a good day!