Sunday, July 13, 2014

Canned bacon and some Sunday night TV recommendations.

As I prepare for a Sunday nap-a-thon that’s scheduled to begin within the next half-hour I thought I’d include this addendum to yesterday’s post about the joys of canned meat for senior citizens. Today’s happy Internet discovery is Pleasant Hill Grain, where a person can buy the same kind of products I recently found at Brinkman Farms — canned turkey! canned chicken! canned ground beef! — plus the added hysteria of real canned bacon. Yes, friends, I’m serious: PLEASANT HILL GRAIN SELLS BACON IN A CAN, and it’s cooked, ready to eat and costs only $13.49 for 52 slices rolled up in paper! Sam and I almost never eat bacon but I think we might have to give this exciting product a shot.

Wondering whether or not there’s anything decent to watch on TV tonight? Please allow the Howdygram to make a few recommendations! You should definitely try not to miss Dial M for Murder (1954) on TCM, a terrific Hitchcock thriller starring Grace Kelly, Ray Milland and Robert Cummings, and the season premiers of “Real Housewives of New Jersey” on Bravo and “Masters of Sex” on Showtime.
In case you’re interested, “Real Housewives of New Jersey” had a major cast shake-up this year due to an abundance of really boring storylines. Caroline, Jacqueline and Kathy have been dumped and replaced by three shiny new bimbos, and Dina was resurrected from the dead after resigning from the show three years ago for various reasons including a feud with her sister and having ugly pets. Check your local listings for details.

I need to eat things now. Thank you for reading this.

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