Ice cubes in a tray (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Check out this recipe for ice cubes on Food.com. Be sure to read the comments.
A few of my favorite comments:
I harvest my own free-range water, so the idea of putting it in a plastic tray and a commercially made electricity-wasting freezer disgusts me. I prefer nature’s method, waiting until the temperature outside drops below freezing.
This was so simple to make and absolutely delicious. I used fresh, organic water since we’re both trying to lose weight. Since it didn’t specify how many servings the recipe would make, I doubled the recipe and actually had enough for left-overs. I’m definitely adding it to my list of favorites.
This recipe might be a little too difficult for me! I once tried to make a similar recipe, but it didn’t turn out too well! That recipe was called “Iced Water”. The ingredients were, 1 drinking glass, but it didn’t state what size…ice cubes, which I didn’t know how to make…and tap water, which I don’t have access to because I’m not a tap dancer! So I don’t think I’ll be attempting to make anymore of these types of gourmet recipes!
I’ve decided to start posting a collection of random images I have taken (usually on my phone) that I find amusing or otherwise interesting.
Saw this box and it made me wonder just exactly what is a Baptist Donuts?
Yes, I have an odd sense of humor.
In case you need a dose of humor to start your week. Motivational speaker Jeanne Robertson shares what happens when her left-brained husband makes travel arrangements.
Piano Lessons by Chonda Pierce
One of those emails that floats around.
- First you must learn to pronounce the city name. It is DAL-LUS, or DAA-LIS depending on if you live inside or outside LBJ Freeway.
- Next, if your Mapsco is more than a few weeks old, throw it out and buy a new one. If in Denton County and your Mapsco is one-day-old, then it is already obsolete. Forget the traffic rules you learned elsewhere. (Frisco has screwed everything up.)
- Dallas has its own version of traffic rules… ‘Hold on and pray.’ There is no such thing as a dangerous high-speed chase in Dallas We all drive like that.
- All directions start with, ‘Get on Beltline,’ which has no beginning and no end. (It REALLY DOESN’T!!!)
- The morning rush hour is from 6 to 10. The evening rush hour is from 3 to 7 Friday’s rush hour starts Thursday morning.
- If you actually stop at a yellow light, you will be rear-ended, cussed out and possibly shot. When you are the first one on the starting line, count to five when the light turns green before going to avoid crashing with all the drivers running the red light in cross-traffic.
- Construction on Central Expressway is a way of life and a permanent form of entertainment. We had sooo much fun with that; we added George Bush Freeway, the High Five to the mix and now are building the LBJ Express!
- If someone actually has his or her turn signal on, it is probably a factory defect. Car horns are actually ‘Road Rage’ indicators – and remember, it’s legal to be armed in Texas …
- All old ladies with blue hair in a Lexus have the right of way. Period. And remember, it’s legal to be armed in Texas …
- Inwood Road, Plano Road, NW Highway, East Grand, Garland Road, Marsh Lane, Josey Lane, 15th Street, Preston Road all mysteriously change names as you cross intersections (these are only a FEW examples). The perfect example is what is MOSTLY known as Plano Road . On the south end, it is known as Lake Highlands Drive, cross Northwest Highway and it becomes Plano Road, go about 8 miles and it is briefly Greenville Ave, Ave K and Highway 5. It ends in Sherman …
- The North Dallas Tollway is our daily version of NASCAR. The minimum acceptable speed on the Dallas North Toll Road is 85 mph; anything less is considered downright sissy. Oh yes It also ends in Sherman !
- If asking directions in Irving or SE Dallas , you must have knowledge of Spanish. If in central Richardson or on Harry Hines, Mandarin Chinese will be your best bet. If you stop to ask directions on Gaston or Live Oak, you better be armed… and remember, it’s legal to be armed in Texas
- The wrought iron on windows near Oak Cliff and Fair Park is not ornamental!!
- A trip across town east to west will take a minimum of four hours, although many north/south freeways have unposted minimum speeds of 75.
- It is possible to be driving WEST in the NORTH-bound lane of EAST NORTHWEST Highway ; don’t let this confuse you.
- LBJ is called ‘The Death Trap’ for two reasons: ‘death’ and ‘trap.’
- If it’s 100 degrees, Thanksgiving must be next weekend. If it’s 10 degrees and sleeting/snowing, the Fort Worth Stock Show is going on. If it has rained 6 inches in the last hour, the Byron Nelson Golf Classic or Colonial is in the second round (if it’s Spring) – and it is the Texas State Fair if it’s Fall.
- If you go to the Fair, pay the $8.00 to park INSIDE Fair Park . Parking elsewhere could cost up to $2500 for damages, towing fees, parking tickets, and possibly a gunshot wound. If some guy with a flag tries to get you to park in his yard, run over him.
- Any amusement parks, stadiums, arenas, racetracks, airports, etc., are conveniently located as far away from EVERYTHING as possible so as to allow for ample parking on grassy areas.
- Final Warning: Don’t Mess with Texas Drivers … remember, it’s legal to be armed in Texas