I am looking forward to the show tomorrow night again. Some great music was added to my collection this week and as you know every show is full of surprises.
I was approached last week by a friend of mine who stated that he did not know about my "sniper" experience. Thanks to my brother, Zach, for sharing that information! Ha!
This is our friend Hank Stuke....otherwise known as the Grill Sgt. He is seen here responding to our guest in the chat room! Hank is a blast to be around! He has a great sense of humor.
2 packages beef flavour Ramen
3.5 c. water
0.25 c. soy sauce
0.25 c. white vinegar
Hot sauce to taste
Red pepper to taste
1/2 head cabbage, roughly chopped
1/2 yellow or white onion, chopped
1/4 diced red bell peppers
Remove noodles from package, crumble, and set aside. Put water on to boil, and add soy sauce, hot sauce, vinegar, and ramen seasoning. Let it all come to a boil. Reduce heat and add remaining ingredients, and simmer until vegetables are tender.. Remove from heat and allow to cool briefly. Top with crumbled ramen noodles.and serve.
Tonight's show - Hank Stuke joins me again in the studio. In other notes...Please pass the butter....
A highway truck accident never sounded so delicious.
A semitrailer hauling Hungry Jack pancake syrup collided with a highway median at the Buttermilk Pike overpass in northern Kentucky, causing the truckload of syrup to spill all over the highway.
"Every lane of southbound I-75 was covered in pancake syrup," Fort Mitchell Police Officer Mark Spanyer told the Kentucky Enquirer. "It was a royal pain in the butt."
The semitrailer dumped hundreds of boxes of Hungry Jack syrup bottles.
Thankfully, no one was seriously hurt in the accident, including the driver. Spanyer said the incident occurred on Thursday when the Hungry Jack driver maneuvered to avoid a car on the highway with a blown-out tire. While the driver was able to avoid the car, he then crashed into a median on the Buttermilk Pike overpass.
Sadly, cleanup crews were forced to use sand, rather than giant pancakes, to clean up the mess.