Shucking corn tends to be therapeutic for me, and when I do so in a rain storm it becomes one of those really cool “good god dang I love my life” moments. Corn is one of those things I look at as prehistorically I do as Gar Fish. Corn was used as a form of money before our mutt mixed selves existed and when America was a pure land of natives. I can’t help but to look at corn/maize and be thankful for the ground my life lays on. HERE ARE SOME SUPER COOL CORN FACTS. LOVE ALL Y’ALL. 🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽💗-Corn is processed and used as a major component in many food items like cereals, peanut butter, potato chips, soups, marshmallows, ice cream, baby food, cooking oil, margarine, mayonnaise, salad dressing, and chewing gum. 🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽-Juices and soft drinks like Coca-Cola and Pepsi contain corn sweeteners. A bushel of corn can sweeten 400 cans of soft drink. 🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽l🌽🌽🌽🌽-Corn and its by products are also found in many non-food items such as fireworks, rust preventatives, glue, paint, dyes, laundry detergent, soap, aspirin, antibiotics, paint, shoe polish, ink, cosmetics, the manufacturing of photographic film, and in the production of plastics.
Saint Louis University had the best Record in the Atlantic 10 Conference (38-20) before locking down the Championship. In the first game of that Tournament they beat Davidson University where Parker Sniatynski want 3for3 with 3 runs scored and 2RBI and Cole Dubet knocked out 4 hits with a pair scored and another pair driven in. Then they faces off against George Mason University for two games with the title on the line. Saint Louis took the first game in an 11 inning thriller with a walk off base hit by Carter Hanford in the bottom of the 11th. Finally they took it all with Drew Reveno going 7 shutout innings on only 3 hits and 7K. Jake Garella and Aaron Case both drive in 2 Runs on 2 hits. Next they seem their sights on the Regionals. First they lossed to a massive Ole Miss club where Connor Lehmann tossed a perfect 5 innings on 6K in relief. They were eliminated in the next game against Missouri State in a tough one where they tied it in the 9th, only to lose it in the Bottom of the 9th. Cole Dubet drove in 3 runs, while Alex King and James Morisano each had 2RBI. Despite losing in the Regionals, these guys deserve being remembered for a well played season. #baseballlife#baseballiq#baseballlove#baseballculture#baseball#baseballism#saintlouisuniversity#ncaa#ncaabaseball#d1baseball#collegebaseball#missouri#stlouis#billikens#coaching#fitness#crossfit#passion#tradition#atlantic10championship#kansas#lenexa#maize#tournament#regional#champions#champs#championships#hardwork @aaronqueso @nickreeser25 @miller_hogan @carterh34 @james_morisano18 @drewreveno @psniatynski @big_lankk
Go-Slo? How is that even humanly possible? I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one that opens a bag of chips and then finds (with ‘mock’ shock & horror) it’s empty 5 minutes later…
Made by: Truda Snacks
These rocked my orbit. Simply delicious in every way. So you’ll remember from previous posts that I am a huge fan of naks (who isn’t?). These were crunchy and full of texture that you come to expect from a nak experience. As soon as I opened the bag I knew that I’d stumbled upon greatness.
The flavouring or spices of the chips are probably at least worth 70% of the overall likeability of a bag of chips. If they aren’t well flavoured or have flavouring on only a few chips then they aren’t great chips. At least in my books. So when I opened these I knew that I’d hit the jackpot. They were so spicy and full of BBQ flavouring I’m literally salivating now as I’m writing this thinking back to eating these.
There wasn’t any downside to the enjoyment I had eating this bag of chips. If I was forced to find something to moan about it would be the lack of distribution; I’ve not come across these in any store I usually frequent. The product is great so efforts should be made to drive distribution into prominent stores.
All in all? I. Want. More!
Other flavours: Chilli Tomato, Sweet Chilli, Cheese, Chutney, Cheese & Onion, Peri Peri Chicken
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No crop is more distinct from her wild ancestors than Maize is. A member of the grass Family Poaceae, Maize changed drastically from the grass Teosinte during her incipient years of domestication. As she became larger and easier to digest, this grain quickly became the staff of life for many communities of Mesoamerica.