Tuesday, February 4, 2014

The Ups and the Downs...

Okay whats going on here? My little digital weather station keeps me informed about what's going on outside and inside...the time and date are not correct but the rest is...as you know we had snow last week...and frozen water pipes!

the top set is our Inside tempts, the second set our Outside ones!


That created this....



Then....yesterday on a trip to town, I had to put the AC on in the car it was so Muggy we were dying in our heavy winter clothes as the humidity rose to 90% ! 



THEN that same night it dropped, started to rain and the high today was 40F.  We have had several days of very cold weather this winter, these tempts are kinda rare for South Carolina! Not unheard of but rare.  We had a 13F too...


I hear tomorrow it will be back to 60F more rain, and then one day later back to the 40's for highs...

ONE thing we can be sure of....once summer comes this is our normal!


106.3F

...the radio station is 106.7 they cheered it on hoping for it to climb to 106..7F....and if it did, and if you were the 106th caller you would win....Drum Roll Please, $106.70
IT never rose that 4 more tenths! Drat!


This is my new favorite foods...corn on the cob cooked with Hot peppers, and then seared in a hot pan with butter and Garlic!! OMG its awesome..if we get the right pepper our tongues can easily reach 106 degrees!! Youzzers! its so good try it! You gotta rub the corn with the pepper after it's roasted, and let the hot juices drizzle all around the corn..I cook the corn in the husk in the microwave first, its easy to pull the husk and silks off then put in the hot skillet! Yum.


and a pear star for desert!




PEACE
Eleanor Roosevelt: You must do the thing you think you can not.

7 comments:

  1. You are having some wild weather, although at least you don't live in Atlanta! I think I would skip the hot peppers, but the garlic and butter sound great.

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  2. I think the weather has been turned on its head recently.

    Natures revenge for what we are doing to the planet probably.

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  3. Oooooohhhh that corn sounds tasty! I have a little thermometer thing that I stuck outside. Worked fine till last week when it decided it was 104F outside. Now it's down to 74, but really it's 24F...

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  4. You are so creative with your food!

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  5. Wild weather; wild recipe for a wild child! That corn sounds really good. I roast my corn in the oven at 350 (in the husks)...I like it better that way than microwaved. The husk and silk peels right off clean as a whistle and it tastes great.

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  6. Strange weather for sure. The corn sounds wonderful.

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  7. Crazy weather everywhere this winter. But those minus temps are the pits for some places.
    sounds like some great corn, but being a wimp with hot peppers maybe I'll try it with a milder one

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