Like something out of a western, except less subtle… (They ain’t no ladies, and she ain’t no angel… 😉 )
Gudmundsson trimmed the belly fat from the lamb, seasoned it with sea salt, butter, garlic and Nordic thyme from around his home, wrapped it in plastic, and plopped it in the hot tub, where it remained for about 17 hours.
January 21, 2017
Republican Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham appear on Fox News to discuss “widespread reports” that the Russian government attempted to interfere in the U.S. election process in favor of Trump. Media Matters’ David Brock calls the charge “a fringe conspiracy theory advanced by a bunch of sore losers who have now lost three elections in a row.” Time magazine mocks the charge with a cover showing Russian President Vladimir Putin on horseback waving a hammer and sickle and the headline, “THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING: Inside the Next Vast Right-wing Conspiracy.”
January 25, 2017
Trump signs an executive order to build a LEED-certified wall between the United States and Mexico, complete with solar panels and micro-housing units made of recycled shipping containers. House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi tells reporters that while she…
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A couple from Iowa City have been busy soaking up the sights and sounds of Winnipeg while on their honeymoon.
“We have been loving it. Just the different sites and the different cultures,” said Kari Santos who arrived in Winnipeg with her husband Spenser on Monday.
“I mean every corner we turn on, there’s a different mural, there’s a different statue, there’s five people telling us different places to go,” she added.
The honeymoon is a dream come true for Spenser who is an avid coin collector who had his eyes set on visiting the Royal Canadian Mint. Spenser said the mint was a big part of the couple’s decision to come to Winnipeg, and loved the tour.
“It’s quite delightful.”
The couple have also visited the Manitoba Museum, Corydon Avenue, the Forks and Assiniboine Park Zoo.