Happy Friday readers.
Time for another installment of Friday Food.
4) Homemade bone broth. See that gel? That is life force stuff right there. Making Bone Broth is easy: Save all your bones – and toss them into the Insta-pot – add some veggies if you want – set timer for two hours – and voila! Healing liquid with collagen, which costs pennies a serving… And add some sea salt for more goodness. ALSO – you end up with an item that was NOT stored in plastic – NO fillers added – NO preservatives -NO added flavors… In my very humble opinion – I would say consider FORGETTING the flu shot (it has mercury and that is never good for the human body)- and instead – get off sugar (I know it is hard, but you can do it) – get some Thompson’s Vitamin C Powder – and then make your own BONE BROTH! – Add bone broth to your winter regime because it will give nutrients to the body – and it is a strong immune system that KEEPS the flu away – so fortify your terrain!
A While back, I met a friend for beverages – the non-alcoholic kind:
At the coffee shop – they had art for sale – had to grab a photo:
Down the way from the coffee shop, there was this JUNK store.
Had to look inside the CART WITH ART:
Here is a slideshow of a few pieces:
I almost reblogged some posts last month – did not get to – and so thought I would share two today:
1) Street Photography from blogger Equinoxio21 – his Travellers post has some of his awesome street photos (including “Misha the bear, having a honey beer on the Boulevard Saint-Michel” and this post also has some of Jean-Baptiste Pellerin‘s photos in his #BACKTOTHESTREET series. Cool stuff.
2) Short post about Bethlehem Steel Corporation, 1857 – 2003, over at Once upon a time… — Drops of Everything: “Several US Naval ships have been built with steel from Bethlehem, also several bridges: Golden Gate, George Washington together with famous buildings: Madison Square Garden, Chrysler Building, Rockefeller, Waldorf Astoria, World Trade Center. The plant is now an open-air museum. Nowadays calm is around, but during the visit one has to think about all the hard work accomplished here during nearly 150 years.”
Also… Saw these cool chairs at a McDonald’s in Florida’s panhandle (we did not eat there – we were getting gasoline and walked through it to get to Luv’s – or something like that).
Have to end this post with some comics:
Now over to you?
- Do you have a favorite photo from today’s post? Do you have a Friday Food post? if so – feel free to join the fun.
- Have you ever tried the “misfits delivery box” or a different type of food “box delivery” service?
- And how do you feel about seeing the ART IN A CART? How do you feel to see someone’s work on sale for $2.00 (with no additional discounts…) hmmmmm