Monday, October 29, 2007

2007 MWC Church Retreat.

We survived again! I think everything went well. The menu was as follows:

Friday night: (240/175)
Kim’s Greek potato salad
Costco red potato salad
Grill cheese sandwiches
Soups – FH tomato bisque, Navy Bean, Minestrone, and Morris’s Curry Pumpkin soup.
Dessert – Ice Cream –Vanilla, Butter Pecan, Chocolate

Saturday Breakfast: (140)
Biscuits and Gravy
Grits / Oatmeal

Saturday Lunch: (437/400)
Fresh Broccoli and Carrots
Homemade Scalloped Potatoes
Fried Sam’s Chicken
Dessert -Chocolate Pudding

Saturday Supper: (200)
Dessert – Peach Cobbler. The topping made with leftover biscuits mixed with butter and sugar.

Sunday Breakfast: (50)
Scrambles eggs

That is a total of about 1000 meals for the week end. I was planning on taking a picture of each meal but I was just too busy, and only go the first meal.

Kitchen crew:

Tuesday, October 23, 2007


Today for lunch we went out and watched the shuttle from the helicopter pad. It was beautiful.

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Bobby Flay @ Borders Winter Park

Rhonda was in Borders a few weeks ago and saw a sign that said that Bobby Flay was going to be there on Sunday October 21 at 2PM. This was 3 days after the release of his new cook book Mesa Grill. Since I had eaten at the Mesa Grill on Las Vegas I wanted the cook book.

We arrived at Borders at 1:30 the line was already quite long. We bought the book and got in the line. It took till almost 3PM to get to the head of the line. Bobby was having a good time laughter erupted several times as people went through line. He thanked everyone personally and shook their hand for being there. It was an enjoyable time.

Honda's on my Wish List

I found these 2 cars for sale on Lee Road over the weekend:

This is what it could look like:

2 Cylinder Motor with Manual-4 Speed Transmission

Here is someone experiences I found on the net:

The 600 was two car models before the Civic, and featured a 600cc engine with front-wheel chain drive. Basically, a motorcycle powertrain made into a car. But it was great during the oil embargoes of the 70's, because it go 40 mpg in the city. That is, if we ever took it to the City of San Francisco, which we never did, because it didn't quite have the ooomph to make it up those hills, unless one of the passengers got out and pushed