Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Diaphanous Music and Beer Jelly

There was a typically cheery vendor event last weekend in Paoli, my favorite place for smoked brisket. Yet the music—according to my cousin Nanci—was straight out of the Bang Bang Bar in Twin Peaks.


All is lost while we drink coffee and munch our cherry pie, la la la.

"Why so cheerful?"  "Forgive me, I was thinking about death."

And on the other side of the Park

This is one of the more upbeat tunes to come out of the Bang Bang Bar (aka the Roadhouse). I've got to say, I love Rebekah Del Rio and although she's dressed in Black Lodge couture, at least she's not singing backwards. Gracias for that.





24 comments:

  1. Love your photos. Music is a serious thing :)

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    1. I've heard more uplifting music at a funeral. Really, I have.

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    2. :DD Have a more joyful evening today!

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    3. Haa, well the cat is lying on my foot and I'm about to go shopping, swimming or both so things are looking up (:

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  2. Love the black and white images.

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    1. If ever two people screamed to be shot in black in white...

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  3. I be cheerful when i think about death!

    Beautiful photos and great blog!

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    1. Thanks, hope you celebrated yesterday in fashion. You have an advantage over many people in that case, Baili.

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  4. I've never heard of Beer Jelly....kewelopolis!

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  5. It rolls off the lips, doesn't it, lol. I've had beer fudge and it was wonderful.

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  6. Greetings from the UK. I've never tasted 'beer jelly'.

    Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

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    1. Me neither but I'll try to get a sample next time.

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  7. Hello, Great B&W shots. I have never heard of beer jelly, does it taste like beer? Enjoy your day and the weekend ahead.

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    1. It might, I thought I'd enjoy the sign rather than the product, lol, but I really should have tried a sample.

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  8. Well, I could go for some brisket! Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

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    1. Yeah, me too now that you mention it. Someone just sent me a link to the local Curd Fest talking about curds smothered in brisket chili. Hmmm...

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  9. beer jelly? That was new. Never heard of that before. Strange!

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    1. Any excuse to toss beer into something around here, NF.

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  10. Your b/w images evoke a lot of feeling/emotion. LOVE it! Thanks for linking up today.

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    1. Thanks, Michelle, my feelings were one of slight annoyance and greater amusement.

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  11. Occasionally I am glad to have grown up in another era ;>).... but the beer jelly might be worth trying.

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    1. There is no era in WI where you can escape people putting beer in stuff my friend.

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