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Annie's Homegrown Organic P'sghetti Loops With Soy Meatballs, 15.0 Ounce Tins (Pack of 12)
For those of us who want to add a little more excitement to our P'sghetti, Annie's has created P'sghetti loops with soy meatballs. This yummy product is made with certified organic loop shaped pasta and a yummy certified organic tomato and cheese sauce. We then threw in a few vegetarian meatballs made from soy to make your eating experience even more fun.89% (14)
Annie’s Homegrown organic P’sghetti with soy meatballs is for those who want to add a little more excitement to their "P'sghetti"-- P'sghetti loops with soy meatballs. This yummy product is made with certified organic loop shaped pasta and a yummy certified organic tomato and cheese sauce with a few vegetarian meatballs made from soy thrown in to make your eating experience even more fun. This product is made of only vegetarian ingredients, is free of animal rennet, and has zero grams trans fat. This is sold in a pack of twelve 15-ounce tins.
About Annie's Homegrown
Annie’s Homegrown was co-founded in 1989 by Annie Withey, an organic farmer, wife, and mother of two. Annie started with the intention of making all-natural macaroni and cheese. However, the company gained a lot of popularity and Annie’s currently does a lot more than that.
Annie’s Homegrown brings you a wide range of comfort foods such as macaroni and cheese, snacks, and cereal--all made with straight-from-nature, simple, and organic ingredients with no icky additives or pesky preservatives. All their products taste great--delight yourself with their delicious products now!
The company is driven by a team of folks who are passionate about three things--food, people, and the planet. People at Annie’s Homegrown always strive for the motto: “Eat Responsibly. Act Responsibly”.
The morning begins..... with bell falling off the bed. She snuck up in the night. Then at the early hour of 5:15 she slid off the edge and onto the floor. Chip got out of bed to to see what was the matter. He went back. Now the hot water rumbles building heat and calories. The time is 1:30 in London. The BBC 5 is revved up and ready for the germany vs sweden world cup match. The game is at 1600 BST..... so for the rest of the blog entry I will be writing with an english accent. Right oh. No on to the weather, followed by the traffic. Outside at the very moment it is drizzling, which has left Chip in bed after the dog fall incident. It is cool. There is no wind. The weather yesterday which I know I can get right cause there is no voodoo involved was sunny for the most part of the roofing. Later in the early eve there were some clouds. Just after we got done and had everything wrapped up the rain came. But not a deluge just a solid spraying. It pestered the wind shield while we went to the bird to have some fish. Three fridays in a row has brought this to and end. No wonder I am not religious, could not eat fish on fridays......... The coffee is made. There could be a widow of opportunity in between some clouds. Chip has been watching the weather. He is our weather man. Now on to traffic. I am standing on Davis drive...... nothing towards the bridge...... looking to the end of the peninsula.... hard to see around the turn but I hear nothing coming. Looking down there seems to be little sign of any one, there are no tire tracks in the rain silt on the road. I am going to go with there is no delay if one were going either way on Davis Dr. We can check in with the eye in the sky. Google earth..... no there are no cars in the photo form space of the drive. Back to the news desk. The cement is setting. It is very hard. Like it very well should be. The posts coming out of it have not shifted or moved.- this just in there is a window in! We are getting very heavy reports that there is definitely a window in one of the large holes in the house. Yesterday a flock of windows came into the area. This has been a long planned for moment but one can not describe the feeling when they actually came swooping through the low branches and onto the property. We are very lucky. The group contains three very large ones two smaller and a very rare baby window. It will be interesting to be able to study these species in their natural habitat. We are lucky. The day should be filled with progress. Our tool belts hold the potential for solid advancement. The rain has passed already though it might just be the window of opportunity between the clouds. We made some leaps and bounds today. The windows are in. The weather was less than helpful. It was supposed to rain and then it did not. Then it did but not enough to write about but it could have gotten tools wet that would have been bad. But to repeat all the window are in. bell did not run away today and was not on a line at all. Oh and the windows are in. Chips is out there throwing wood around moving the partial piles left over from our two trips to the dump today. I met this man with almost no teeth and a blue healer Australian Shepard. He never did say what her name was. But while we were unloading the first load she was playing ball with him. Then she was rest ing the back of his chevy SUV. He came up to the window of our truck and asked if bell was friendly. I said she was so friendly. He went on about how he always asks cause his dog is trained not let anyone in the truck unless he says so. He also told me about how she herds. He says that she herd his chickens every night. It is amazing he said and his arm made this zigzag motion to indicate the motion of the dog herding. The last days have kicked our derrieres. We pushed and oh did I mention that the windows are in? No? well they are. The holes were big enough. Whew! It was nice to sit inside for the first time. Well inside with out the door. But much more inside than it has been for some time. The smell of the cats is gone. Chip noted while we were sitting on the picnic benches with a piece of O2B against the stud wall for a back rest that sitting there he had this feeling that he had been there before. Meaning that with the windows in place and being simialr to the ones we took out it was visually similar to the past space which we took much of to the dump today. I am trying to get Chip to stop working. He is milling about doing and doing and doing. We have drunk a beer so there is not more power tools..... but he still is out doing..... it is raining, no now it has stopped. The Rolling Stones rock the W-UDS..... stop breaking down........ some how this song has something to do with the word hard. Which is what he programing of W-UDS is brought to you by this afternoon. We can not figure out why it came up in the song list. Now Chip has stopped......Red Panda
There are two red pandas at RMZ - a father and daughter pair. I am not sure which is which as I rarely see either of them in the clear. I was hoping to get a direct eye-contact shot, but didn't get the opportunity. These shots are taken at quite a high angle - the panda was high up in the tree, and I was using a monopod, leaning backward to view upward. A tripod with a ball head would have been a much better platform! Still, I very much enjoyed this encounter - a rare moment to witness a very active feeding panda. Being an overcast and cool day, it was perfect for the panda, and it was actively pulling juicy fresh leaves into bunches on which it eat. The Red Panda is quite long: 79-120 cm, or 31 to 47 in (including the tail length of 30 to 60 cm/12 to 24 in). Males weigh 4.5 to 6.2 kg (10 to 14 lb); females 3 to 4.5 kg (6 to 10 lb). Red Pandas are crepuscular (most active at dawn and dusk) and live in the slopes of the south of the Himalayas and the mountainous forests of the southwest of China, at altitudes of up to 4,800 metres, and generally do not venture below 1,800 metres. They are sedentary during the day resting in the branches of trees and in tree hollows and increase their activity only in the late afternoon and/or early evening hours. They are very heat sensitive with an optimal “well-being” temperature between 17 and 25°C, and cannot tolerate temperatures over 25 °C at all. As a result, Red Pandas sleep during the hot noontime in the shady crowns of treetops; often lying stretched out on forked branches or rolled up in tree caves with their tail covering their face Red Pandas are very skilful and acrobatic animals that live predominantly in trees. They live in territories, frequently alone, and only rarely live in pairs or in groups of families. deal of human-induced habitat destruction. The Red Panda eats mostly bamboo. Like the Giant Panda, it cannot digest cellulose, so it must consume a large volume of bamboo to survive. Its diet consists of about two-thirds bamboo, but they also eat berries, fruit, mushrooms, roots, acorns, lichen, grasses, and they are known to supplement their diet with young birds, fish, eggs, small rodents, and insects on occasion. In captivity they will readily eat meat. Red Pandas are excellent climbers and forage largely in trees. The Red Panda does little more than eat and sleep due to its low-calorie diet. Royal Melbourne Zoo, Parkville, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Knowing how to fold a paper airplane can make you a better parent!See also:
Well, maybe not better, but you’ll certainly have more fun with your children, who understandably assume that you know how to do just about everything. If they only knew!
Catch a Fish, Throw a Ball, Fly a Kite is for parents who want to teach their children what they really want to learn--even the skills you never mastered or haven't practiced in a few decades. This book contains clear, simple, step-by-step instructions for teaching more than twenty little life skills that every child should know, including how to:
• Work a yo-yo
• Build a fire
• Eat with chopsticks
• Skip a stone
• Fly a homemade kite
• Throw a Frisbee
While you teach your children, you get to learn the skills too, or at the very least improve on them. Activities range from practical, like locating the constellations, to completely frivolous fun, like turning a blade of grass into a musical instrument. Some are simple enough for four-year-olds, and others will appeal to the most jaded adolescent. Each skill is illustrated and is rounded out with fascinating trivia (did you know that the world’s largest sand castle measured six stories high?) or funny jokes. Age-appropriate information is given for each skill, but they all have one thing in common: You and your kids can do them together!
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