What cheese can never be yours? Nacho cheese.
Well, today will get busy early as I am going to make sure I have plenty of room in the garage for the new car, whose name is “Silver Fox”, thank you, Mary!
The Avalon got cleaned out and trunk emptied as Nick and Bob are coming over tomorrow to get it and take it to his new home in Corona.
After getting the cars straightened up, I went to the doctor as I needed a refill on some stuff then off to the cleaners and then to the market. The doc was very happy with my weight loss of 43 pounds since I last saw him! I
didn’t return home until about 2:00 PM so I got cleaned up and may head over to Old Ranch for a drink before Mary calls after her last patient.
We are going to celebrate tonight, National Cheeseburger Day!
Did You Know? Three different states claim to be the birthplace of the cheeseburger. California says Lionel Sternberger was working in his father’s Pasadena sandwich shop in 1928 when he experimented with dropping a slice of American cheese on a beef patty —and the cheeseburger was born.
Kaelin’s Restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky, said it invented the cheeseburger in 1934. One year later, a trademark for the name “cheeseburger” was awarded to Louis Ballast of the Humpty Dumpty Drive-In in Denver, Colorado.
The largest cheeseburger ever made weighed 2,014 pounds (914 kg), including “60 pounds (27 kg) of bacon, 50 pounds (23 kg) of lettuce, 50 pounds (23 kg) of sliced onions, 40 pounds (18 kg) of pickles, and 40 pounds (18 kg) of cheese.” The record was set in 2012 by Minnesota’s Black Bear Casino, breaking the previous record of 881 pounds (400 kg).
After dinner we will likely hit the hot tub and then watch a movie with Scout, he likes “Ol Yeller” and “Lassie”.