1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 1/2 cups milk
1 cup orange juice
1/2 cup sugar
Peel the bananas. Put bananas, milk, orange juice, sugar, and vanilla extract. Use “milkshake” setting. Blend until shake is sufficiently smooth for your taste.
With the time you saved making this simple recipe over a more complicated one, you can read War and Peace.
1) Seasoned fishermen put vanilla extract on their hands so fish can’t smell them. How fish hundreds of feet deep in the ocean can smell human way up there in a boat is beyond me.
2) If fish have such a good sense of smell, maybe the TSA should hire them to sniff for drugs and explosives at airports.
3) Of course, the TSA would have to provide fish bowls for their aquatic brethren or the fish would die. And stink. And then no one would want to fly, except the bad guys who would be easy to arrest as they were the only ones flying.
4) Unless, of course, the TSA people eat the fish when they die. Maybe use some lemon juice.
5) It’s an interesting legal question. May a fish working for the federal government be eaten?
6) In 1519, Montezuma invited Cortez to share a chocolate drink (Xocolatl) with him. Cortez accepted the invitation. Cortez soon afterward seized Montezuma and executed him. This is more than bad manners on the part of a guest. If Cortez had not gotten into see Montezuma, he couldn’t have decapitated the leadership of the great Aztec nation. The resulting disarray in the Aztec command gave Cortez enough of an advantage to conquer Mexico.
7) The Spanish went on to conquer Central America, much of South America, and what became the southwestern part of the United States. One can only imagine how culinary history would have been changed in the Americas if this had not have happened.
8) So think about that when you invite someone over for hot chocolate.
– Chef Paul
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