KATHY & JERRY ADCOCK VISIT 10-03-04
are archived pixs that I took on 10-03-04 of a visit from Kathy and Jerry
Adcock, whereas Jerry is one of my bride's brothers. The past week I
have been going through back-up CDs and DVDs of pixs taken before I had this
website up and running which was in 2007. Rachel and Wink Myers,
Haywood and Sue Newton, a couple of my brides many sisters were also present
and apparently brought some covered dishes to the lunch.
FALL TABLE DECOR
My bride did enjoy decorating for the various seasonal Holidays until her
stroke of September 2006, whereas we basically now only do decorations for
the Christmas Holidays and those decorations have been cut back by at least
1/3 or more due to her medical issues. She has come a long way, since
her type of stroke was a brainstem stroke which leaves one dead or in a
vegetative state. It just wasn't her time to go and with our Lords
help, has made tremendous progress but has limitations.
MELLOW YELLOW CHICKEN AKA YARD BIRDS ON THE GRILL
yellow chickens on the grill will pull off the bone and melt in
your mouth good! They were originally called beer can chicken and I
have used all types of liquids in the can they are sitting on; six of one
and half a dozen of another as far as which one is the best. The main
thing is the liquid in the can being able to turn into steam and cook the
chicken from the inside along with the grill doing its magic on the outside
of the bird as well.
AROUND THE TABLE & CHILLING OUT
I don't remember too many particulars about the lunch since it has been
nearly twelve (12) years ago and my bride can't recall either. That is
no doubt a product of maturity or just CRS disease aka
"can't remember sometimes" which
is the clean version..........grin if you must!
The menu as best as I can tell from the pixs consisted of:
mellow yellow chicken,
baked pork loin,
corn on the cob,
baked beans, deviled eggs,
potatoes and green string beans.
Everyone had a great time and the fellowship and friendship while sharing
good home prepared food is hard to beat.
"Two of the Greatest Ships that ever Sailed:
Friendship and Fellowship."
Web published by Bill aka Mickey Porter on 10-15-16.