People Drop By From Time To Time… Part 2

7 Aug

People are funny… They search for the strangest things, and sometimes in their searching they make it here to my humble little blog. Sometimes the terms they use to get here make me wish they had never stopped by, but other times, they make me laugh my little patookis off.

I decided its been a long time since we last checked in with the interweb searchings that lead folk to the Granny Cart… So without further ado I present to you…

Curious Cooking Queries.

a simple explanation of making cheese (well, yes, I think we’d all enjoy that!)

leech my beet (shiver)

our ham comes from chicken sign

chicken soup sick -soul (those stupid books really have fouled up simple recipe searches)

cucumber and gin soup (yes, please!)

show me all croatian food recipes

roast a whole hog with sauerkraut stuffing (nummy)

recipe containing macaroni and cheese (hmm… I wonder…)

chicken lobster (hmmm… actually, I don’t quite know what I think of this one…)

jumping squid salad (no, thank you, I’ll pass)

boys should not cook (sometimes I agree, sometimes I don’t)

pasta ending in i (actually, wouldn’t this query work better as “pasta that doesn’t end in i?)

Ah, The Barnyard.

mind reading chicken (this scares me a bit)

recipes for stopping bloating on goats

chicken crosswalk signs (lol)

homemade poison to kill woodchucks (if anyone actually has this, my mother would love you forever!)

raw goat milk sinus infection

hard bunnies (this also scares me)

The Funny, The Famous & The Frightening.

creative clevage (for some reason I can’t help but think this had something to do with Giada DeLaurentis)

between oven space and counter (in my kitchen, not much)

alton brown inflated ego (hehehehehehe)

chicken snack imagination lady (wha?)

homemade walk in cooler (yes please!)

granny goose tortillas (wha?)

can dalmatian puppy eat butter and bread (I see no reason why not)

“chez panisse” +”steve jobs” (I guess even he has to eat)

poem about food in a pantry (I bet that’s a pretty cute poem)
As usual, the photos have absolutely nothing to do with this post. They’re from our recent trip up to the Adirondacks. Pretty isn’t it? More to come on the trip (and most importantly the food) at a later date.


9 Responses to “People Drop By From Time To Time… Part 2”

  1. Julie August 5, 2006 at 12:21 pm #

    Mind reading chicken? How wonderful. The most interesting search string I ever get is “dog eating pasta.”

    Hope the Adirondacks were great and hope you were there for NY’s 100 degree days.

  2. Sher August 5, 2006 at 10:24 pm #

    Leech my beet? I would like an explanation for that!!!! :):) Welcome back.

  3. Pam August 7, 2006 at 1:43 am #

    These really made me laugh this morning, scariest so far :

    Hard bunnies

    recipes for stopping bloating on goats

    alton brown inflated ego

    and finally

    raw goat milk sinus infection

  4. keiko August 7, 2006 at 9:30 am #

    Everything looks so beautiful…

  5. Tiny Banquet Committee August 7, 2006 at 3:15 pm #

    I am really glad I don’t have a bloated goat on my hands!

  6. Ulla August 8, 2006 at 5:30 pm #

    I love your pictures!
    And the raspberry salad picture you posted earlier inspired me!
    I love raspberries:) LOVE THEM!

  7. ann August 8, 2006 at 9:55 pm #

    Julie — well, at least the search term is well deserved, that was a really funny post (and now you know it happens to other people!) ;-)

    Sher — thanks! i’m SO happy to be back! the trip was a bit, uh, more rustic than i had anticipated… and yes, leech my beet is wicked scary…

    Pam — dude, no clue about the raw goat milk sinus infection link — again, very scared…

    keiko — i’m blushing, thank you much….

    tbc — you and me both sister!

    ulla — thanks! i love your photos too! but i wish (oh how i wish) i had access to beautiful arab colts and fillies like you do… you’re a lucky woman… the thing i miss most about living in the country is horses.

  8. Ulla August 9, 2006 at 6:46 pm #

    Thanks, they are my father’s they are great. Did you have horses as a kid?

  9. ann August 9, 2006 at 9:19 pm #

    I did Ulla. I started riding when I was 5 and carried through into my 20s when I moved to the city. I started off with hunters and fox hunting and eventually began training with a lady that bred half arabs (especially pintos). They were amazing, did everything. Huntseat, saddleseat, western, dressage… I miss them dreadfully but due to a bad accident that messed up my back (not horse related) I can’t ride anymore. To be frank, it kinda sucks! But I still love looking at other peoples babies… Your dad breeds lovely horses!

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