Seriously ask the man on the street. Who can afford thousands of dollars on medication a month on a fixed income. Who would willingly bankrupt themselves in their later years for months of painful, futile care administered by weak-willed healthcare providers? Honest discourse NOW!


It’s coming to my Verizon soon!!!

And my day off project:
Apple Cider Doughnuts

though here’s what my hubby whipped up this afternoon:

World famous intergalactic cookies



Dizzy and fun!

So I have read many accounts of John Mackey’s views on healthcare reform. This just popped up about a protest at Whole Foods by the Yes Men

Here’s the WSJ article he wrote (john mackey)

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Great Maurice Sendak quote, could be applied to many situations!

From my reads from yesterday.

We’ll see how this goes:

I made this chicken last night, adapted from a recipe by Jamie Oliver (The Naked Chef), and it is the most delicious I’ve ever cooked.

Ingredients: 1 three- to four-pound chicken (preferably organic); 1 large lemon; 2 slices prosciutto or parma ham (thinly sliced); 2 garlic cloves, minced; 1/2 tsp dried thyme; 1/2 tsp salt; 1/2 tsp black pepper; 1/4 stick unsalted butter, softened.

Procedure: 1) Preheat oven and roasting pan to 425 degrees. 2) wash and pat dry chicken 3) using your fingers, part the skin from the breast meat (push your hand gently down the breast, taking care not to rip the skin) 4) peel the rind from the lemon and chop it finely (save the lemon) 4) mix together the butter, minced garlic, thyme, salt and pepper, and diced ham and push the mixture between the skin and the breast; massage any leftover butter mix into the rest of the chicken and place half the saved lemon in the cavity of the bird. 5) slash the thigh meat in a few places and place the chicken in the hot roasting tray. 6) Roast for about an hour, or until juices run clear. Let stand for 10 minutes before carving.

You can add cubed parboiled potatoes during the last 20 minutes of roasting. Turn frequently to brown evenly.

Unbelievably good