Morning Chris! Yeah, we are frosted over in the mornings in the Midwest already! Almost all of the leaves have fallen too, but they were beautiful while they lasted. And yes, squash is wonderful. I have some butternut squash soup in the freezer, I pull a portion whenever I am in the mood!
Happy Monday! I cannot believe October is nearly over! What happened? It just started, come to that, school just started and I already have a report card!
Dinner turned out awful last night, did a flax based crust, just, ew! But the potpie filling was wonderful!
Oh well, don't know until you try. Then watched the newest episode of The Walking Dead. I am loving having the series back, but boy did I have some messed up dreams! I also got in a full one hour workout yesterday!! Go me, I usually only get 30 minutes in. I am at 2/3 for my exercise for the week.
Dinner tonight I am trying Beef Tenderloin and Dijon Greens. Looks yummy and I have all the ingredients already, well for the most part. I will have to use a different vinegar, but hopefully that won't make too much of a difference.
Here is part of the list I found. I love looking at things differently like this. Have fun today!
1 pound = a Guinea Pig
1.5 pounds = a dozen Krispy Kreme glazed donuts
2 pounds = a rack of baby back ribs
3 pounds = an average human brain
4 pounds = an ostrich egg
5 pounds = a Chihuahua
6 pounds = a human’s skin
7.5 pounds = an average newborn
8 pounds = a human head
10 pounds= chemical additives an American consumes each year
11 pounds = an average housecat
12 pounds = a Bald Eagle
15 pounds = 10 dozen large eggs
16 pounds = a sperm whale’s brain
20 pounds = an automobile tire
23 pounds = amount of pizza an average American eats in a year
24 pounds = a 3-gallon tub of super premium ice cream
25 pounds = an average 2 year old
30 pounds = amount of cheese an average American eats in a year
33 pounds = a cinder block
36 pounds = a mid-size microwave
40 pounds = a 5-gallon bottle of water or an average human leg
44 pounds = an elephant’s heart
50 pounds = a small bale of hay