Wednesday, February 1, 2012
WORK NAKED; EAT BAKED ALASKA
Well Guys and Dolls it is February the month of the Groundhog. Will Phil see his shadow or not, will there be six more weeks of winter or will spring weather be on its way? Tomorrow we will know with a live report by Joey Z from Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania.
Today we celebrate “WORK NAKED DAY”; can you imagine the work that would be accomplished if everyone came to work in the buff? The idea of this holiday is that if you work from home go naked or wear clothing if you like. Today is your option so have fun doing it.
February is also “NATIONAL HOT BREAKFAST MONTH.” In fact we are planning a hot breakfast for everyone at work today. Make sure those little ones enjoy a nice hot breakfast before they set off for school. Eggs and toast, cream of wheat or a nice bowl of hot oatmeal will fill their tummies and get them off to a great start on a cold winter’s day.
Here’s a holiday for all you cruisers to enjoy “BAKED ALASKA DAY.” A gala dessert festival on cruise ships, when the lights go off and the waiters parade the flaming Baked Alaska around the dining room before delivering it to your table. What is Baked Alaska it is a dessert made of ice cream placed in a pie dish lined with slices of sponge cake or pudding and topped with meringue. The dessert is then placed in a hot oven for just long enough to firm the meringue. The meringue serves as an insulator and the short cooking time prevents the heat from getting through to the ice cream. It is said the name Baked Alaska was given to the dessert at Delmonico’s Restaurant 1876 to honor the recent acquired American territory.
Have a great day Guys and Dolls.