Just purchased a Chevy Cruze, Turbo Diesel. The gas milage is hard to believe. So is the zippiness.
There’s been wonderful improvements under President Obama. Sure, the bankers left us feeling scorned, taking all the marital assets, and pretending like there was never any love.
Cash For Clunkers was inspired.
Here I am, living proof, in a Chevy, right off an American assembly line (engine made in Germany).
Socially, President Obama has been a Turbo Diesel. Marriage For All is the right side of history (get with it, Illinois).
A path to citizenship is being paved. So hang in there, Chef Jose. Por Favor!
Best of all was the repeal of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell,” which finally allowed openly gay soldiers to openly murder, in the name of American Imperialism.
Oops, did I say Imperialism? I meant to say Freedom.
Of all the Obamas my favorite Obama is Michelle. I relate to what she’s doing with her time in the spotlight, shining a light on childhood obesity.
“Let’s Move,” is simply wonderful.
My dream is partnering-up with the First Lady
My dream is feeding kids right.
Speaking of dreams, I love the Chevy Cruze. And I love the First Family.
Both made in America (wheels & national debt made in China).
Recipe for Don’t Ask Don’t Tilapia
- Domestic Tilapia please (China is the largest Tilapia producer in the world, and the worst)
- Goya Sazon with cilantro & Achiote
- Extra virgin olive oil
- Kosher salt & white pepper
- Lemon wedges
- Sprinkle dry parsley
- 2 smashed garlic cloves
- Wondra flour
- Mix Sazon, parsley, salt, pepper and garlic
- Marinate tilapia overnight
- In medium hot sauté pan pour 2T canola oil and a wedge of butter
- Dust fish with flour and slid onto pan
- Cook 4 minutes on each side
- Flip with a stainless steel peltex fish spatula
- Serve over sautéed red baby spinach, crimini mushrooms and Vidalia’s onions alongside Maytag blue cheese roasted roma tomatoes