July is National Ice Cream month! Oh, yeah it’s official! It has been since 1984 when Ronald Reagan designated the month of July to celebrate ice cream! He also declared the third Sunday in July to be National Ice Cream Day. Cool that’s this Sunday! Did you know the flavor of ice cream you like says something about your personality?
A couple of weeks ago my husband, John, was telling me about a sandwich his Aussie bro, David, had made. I was thinking, Hmm, ok what could be so special about this sandwich? Ah, Ribeye steak! But that’s not all, it’s the way you build the sandwich!
The 4th of July celebrations start this weekend. Family and friends get-together and fire up the grill! Hotdogs are and American a must for a summer cook-out, and I just heard of a new easy way to grill them that is suppose to really improve their taste. Spiral it before putting on the grill. I am so going to have to try this!!!
More information came yesterday about Project Glass Explorer, the Google glasses we’ve been hearing about. Google co-founder Sergey Brin showed off the new glasses to computer programmers and news media at the Google conference in San Francisco.
June 19 is Eat an Oreo Day! Why a special day for the Oreo Cookie? Well, I’m not really sure. There is no specific day listed as to when Oreo cookies were first invented, but does there really need to be a reason for this special day?
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