VFW Post #1873 and its auxiliaries

VFW Post #1873 and its auxiliaries

Finally, Spring has sprung. The fruit trees are in bloom and the spring flowers are putting forth their best effort to boost our spirits after the rains. I think this is the loveliest time of the year. We’re starting up our auctions again. Our first one will be on Thurs., April 19. Bring your items […]

VFW Post #1873 and its Auxiliaries

At this time we’re having beautiful weather, but it’s supposed to get cold again, and Easter hasn’t arrived yet. That day is notorious for bringing more snow. Hopefully, what we had the last two weeks will be the end. The chard and broccoli are still producing. The rest are waiting for warm weather to arrive […]

Several answers given for mystery kitchen gadget

Here I sit with my mystery item, still not absolutely sure what it is. I’ve had quite a few calls, even from Fallbrook and Palm Desert. I’ve decided that what it is depends on what you want to use it for. One gentleman said his mother used it to crush ice for margaritas (sounds like […]

VFW Post #1873 and its Auxiliaries

The garden is doing pretty well. We ate fresh broccoli and picked some great chard last Mon. Unfortunately, we didn’t get to eat any this time. I had a doctor’s appointment on Tues. because I was short of breath when I walked from the house to the garage. The gals nagged me to make an […]

VFW Post #1873 and its Auxiliaries

I’m tired of trying to guess the weather. If the sun is shining, then I know it is. But that can always change and usually does. I’m glad I’m not a forecaster, I’d probably always be wrong. At least we can turn on the news and have a fair idea of what to expect. But […]

VFW Post #1873 and its Auxiliaries

We’ve been having wonderful spring-like weather, only it isn’t spring! Hopefully, by the time you’ve read this, we’ll have had some rain. If we don’t, we’ll have to get out our hoses and sprinklers. At least we don’t have 15 feet of snow like some places in Alaska. The winter garden is just sitting there. […]

VFW Post and its auxiliaries

I hope everyone had a very Merry Christmas. At least the weather here was moderate; unlike Colorado. A friend sent pictures of his horses belly deep in snow. To add insult to injury, the county graded the snow across his driveway, leaving a 5-foot high beam. I just read that February has the most snow […]

VFW Post and its Auxiliaries

I’m not back to cooking yet, but my knee is on the mend. I want to thank all those who pitched in to work in the kitchen while I was laid up these past 2 months. Hopefully, I’ll be back in full swing soon. You are the folks who keep the Post going. We could […]

ANZA VFW Post #1873 and its auxiliaries

Well, my husband’s caution about eating raw okra has been shot down. My friend Carolyn came over, saw the freshly picked okra on my counter and asked if she could have one. She proceeded to chomp it down. She said she’s been eating it that way since she was a child. I’m still not willing […]

VFW Post #1873 and its auxiliaries

Our garden is going great. The zucchini is mass producing, so tonight, diners will be enjoying stir fried zucchini. The red & yellow bell peppers are huge and the tomatoes and okra are producing well. My son dug up the potatoes and we’ve been enjoying them. Some of them are pretty small, but great to […]