DID YOU KNOW...
Halloween's origins date back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when it was believed the boundary between the worlds of the living and the dead become blurred. It has since evolved into a holiday when spooky legends, myths and folklore take center stage—each with their own dark history.
1. What is the titular character's alter ego in "Daredevil"?
a. - Reed Richards
b. - Matt Murdock
c. - Clint Barton
d. - Oliver Queen
2. Remember the Allman Brothers ?? Do You remember their first names ?
3. Strange Words are These ; WITLOOF...
a. - chicory
b. - Belgian endive
c. - Both
d. - Neither
4. Chuck Berry wrote a lot of songs about elusive women. Which one of them
lived in Memphis, Tennessee?
a. - Nadine
b. - Carol
c. - Maybelline
d. - Marie
5. In the early 20th century, if you said, "23 skidoo!" what were you about
a. - Leave in a Hurry
b. - Start a Fight
c. - Dance
d. - slip out (of work) early
6. Today , (2020) there are 30 MLB teams : How many were there in 1970 ?
a. - 20
b. - 22
c. - 24
d. - 26
7. What is the capital city of New Zealand?
8. Who was the host of "The Tonight Show" before Johnny Carson took over?
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
In 1856 Frenchman Jean Naigeon created the recipe for Dijon mustard. Naigeon
substituted olive oil for vinegar to make the still popular condiment.
1. - b
2. Gregg and Duane
3. - c
4. - d
5. - a
6. - c
8. Jack Parr
Ever heard of 'Verjuice' ? Me neither ! That's the ingredient that he
used in lieu of vinegar .
Verjuice is a green liquid distilled from unripened grapes. Verjuice has a
tangy, somewhat bitter, taste and when mixed with mustard seeds creates the
tangy flavor of Dijon mustard. Naigeon's recipe was originally produced in
the city of Dijon France; however, the name is not a protected trademark.
Any mustard made with verjuice according to Naigeon's recipe, no matter
where produced, can be called "Dijon mustard".
“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”
― Mahatma Gandhi