Post # 200 - Sausage Saturday

Saturday, November 7, 2009

No, it's not some wacky new theme day. Last night I got so wrapped up in one of the three movies my wife rented, I lost all track of time and missed posting. It was "Taking of Pelham 123". It co-starred John Travolta and Denzel Washington. Not a bad movie. Right now the family is waiting for me to finish this post so I'll come sit down and watch movie # 2, "Horseman" with Dennis Quaid. We'll see how that goes. Besides being a movie night, my wife and I had to do the dirty deed. Yep, we had to go shopping at Costco. After seeing enough food to feed a small country I'm already thinking about breakfast tomorrow. The little number you see pictured above will be on the menu too. Bacon sausage. I know, it sounds weird but it's really good. Well, off to the movies. Have a nice night and an even better Sunday evening.

PS: My oldest daughter, you know the one...."Little Miss Famous", she wasn't too crazy about me posting sausage. I'll have to post another shot of her pretty soon. That'll keep her happy.

9 comments

  1. Yummy! Have a great Sunday!

  2. I like good sausage but most sausage isn't good enough to eat. I like the kind the farmers make but i don't know any farmers making it nowadays. Have yourself a nice time at your movie.

  3. Well it is ok to miss a day of blogging---it is not the end all, be all. Enjoy the movie and breakfast sounds good. MB

  4. Jacob Says:

    I think I'll look at this in the morning just before breakfast. Is bacon sausage related to beer and eggs?

  5. gogouci Says:

    I haven't heard any of those movies. I need to put the camera down and get out more. The bacon sausage looks wonderful.

  6. Thank you,

    cieldequimper: Thank you. Enjoy yours too!

    Abe: In our house I'd call this "disappearing sausage".

    Small City Scenes: I know what you mean, I just try to miss as few as possible. Oh, and the Travolta movie was MUCH better than the other one.

    Jacob: Beer and eggs huh? Somehow I think my body would reject that. Yikes!

    gogouci: Don't feel alone. My wife is the movie buff. I hadn't heard of these movies either.
    Come on over. We'll share the sausage. ;-)

  7. AB Says:

    Some very oredlerly sausages and a nice symbol of domestic life.

  8. Steffe Says:

    Haven't seen that version, but I remember the old movie with Walter Matthau. I will probably have a look at the Jonas Ã…kerlund movie.

  9. Lois Says:

    That sausage looks and sounds delicious!

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