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Monday, April 2, 2012

Long Island Chicken Cutlet


Well, its official, Newsday, Suffolk County, and Islip would not lie about something like this.
We recorded the warmest March on record.  Is it a trend?  The second warmest on record was 2010.

This day in history “
Near present-day St. Augustine, Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon comes ashore on the Florida coast, and claims the territory for the Spanish crown.
Although other European navigators may have sighted the Florida peninsula before, Ponce de Leon is credited with the first recorded landing and the first detailed exploration of the Florida coast. The Spanish explorer was searching for the "Fountain of Youth," a fabled water source that was said to bring eternal youth. Ponce de Leon named the peninsula he believed to be an island "La Florida" because his discovery came during the time of the Easter feast, or Pascua Florida.
In 1521, he returned to Florida in an effort to establish a Spanish colony on the island. However, hostile Native Americans attacked his expedition soon after landing, and the party retreated to Cuba, where Ponce de Leon died from a mortal wound suffered during the battle. Successful Spanish colonization of the peninsula finally began at St. Augustine in 1565, and in 1819 the territory passed into U.S. control under the terms of the Florida Purchase Treaty between Spain and the United States..”


Cooked some awesome chicken cutlets tonight, and have some leftovers for tomorrow.  That’s if the boys don’t eat them all later tonight for a snack.

Sue teaches her last religion class, at least until a refresher right before confirmations in the fall.

I go to the gym for the usual workout, and come home looking for a snack.

Settle in for a quiet night.

Gavin txt message me to tell me to save up for 3-6 mile run on Saturday when we go to visit him.  All I can say is, 3 miles and easy on the hills…

It will be nice to see Wilbur Park trails, and it will be cooler than Long Island.

Our weather it seems is getting milder, and if we really have a global warming trend, our weather may be more like Florida one day.

Long Island Chicken Cutlet discovered in the frying pan….hey it happens.  Use your imagination as it will be on a roll with lettuce and tomato tomorrow.

Photo of the day “Long Island Chicken Cutlet”


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