Today’s goofy holiday is National Cherry Cobbler Day!! Joe is a big cobbler fan, especially peach and cherry, his two favorites.
But why the name cobbler? A recent article on AllRecipes.com shared that cobbler is usually topped with batter or biscuits instead of crust. Cobbler’s name comes from its sometimes cobbled texture, which is a result of spooning or dropping the topping over the fruit rather than distributing it equally. This way, the filling can peek through.
Look at this black cherry cobbler! Find the recipe here.
It’s also World Telecommunication Day, This day is a reminder of how important communication is in our lives and it got its start in 1969 when the International Telecommunication Union was founded. Read more about it HERE
- I was born on May 17, 1956, in Rocky Mount, North Carolina.
- I started boxing at the Palmer Park, Maryland rec center when I was 13
- I won an Olympic gold medal at the 1976 games in Montreal.
- I won multiple world titles in five different weight divisions, Welterweight, Super Welterweight, Middleweight, and Super Middleweight.
- I retired in 1982 for a brief time due to a detached retina.
- I gained widespread fame for my speed, agility, and boxing skills, which earned me the nickname “Sugar” for my sweet fighting style.
- After retiring from boxing in 1997, I’ve remained involved in the sport as a boxing analyst, motivational speaker, and philanthropist, inspiring and making a positive impact on future generations of boxers.
I am Sugar Ray Leonard! Congratulations to Brenda from Fredericktown, who guessed correctly and wins the We The Kingdom CD.
Thanks for listening!
– Joe and Zoe
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