The Daily GLOB: daily green, Union St. Downtown Farmers Market Wednesday, Black Films Matter, ACLIB Summer reader palooza, Rating tastes of Summer, Summer food fest roundup, Best beer cans ever, GLOB rock music factoid

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Volume 8, Day 196, Wednesday May 30, 2018
 
 
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Happy Wednesday!

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Good morning GLOBers and happy National Mint Julep Day.  Now there there is something civilized about the idea of lunching out with a mint julep aperitif.  For your information that is coming from a GLOB Master that has never enjoyed a mint julep. Were you aware of the fact that a mint julep is traditionally made with four ingredients: mint leaf, bourbon, sugar, and water.  Did you know GLOBers the mint julep may be considered as one of a loosely associated family of drinks called “smashes” (the brandy smash is another example, as well as the mojito), in which fresh mint and other ingredients are muddled or crushed in preparation for flavoring the finished drink.  I think I will stick to my duly allotted two beers a day regimen for my alcohol constitution thank you very much..

 

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It is Union St. Downtown Farmers Market Wednesday and Market Elder Charlie Lybrand is feeling good about seeing sweet corn at the market:

053018Vendoe"Locali sweet corn is now in season at the market. Another omen of the looming summer heat is yard long beans now beginning to  be harvested. Organic cherry and plum tomatoes are plentiful. Watermelons have joined cantaloupes in increasing quantities. Peaches are still available. While displays of beautiful bouquets in a myriad array of colors and styles can be found. New potatoes are in season also along with an abundance of squash. Cool weather lettuces, snow peas, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, collards and turnips are still being harvested while ever increasing amount and varieties of beans and blueberries continue the showcase of warm weather crops. Strawberries are nearing the end of their season.  Grass fed beef and chicken as well as  seafood are offered every Wednesday."

Check the markets products page for a definitive listing of produce. Organic coffee and kombucha are served each week along with a wide variety of prepared foods.

MARKET MUSIC:
Ted Wright - 5:00, The INspiration - 6:00.

 

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BLACK FILMS MATTER: Tomorrow night at 7:30 the Hipp Cinema presents the first of its Black Films Matter series with the one night only screening of Robert Downey Sr.'s Putney Swope. When its chairman dies, an advertising firm’s executive board must elect someone to fill the position. Each member, unable to vote for himself, casts a secret ballot for Putney Swope (Arnold Johnson), the firm’s only black executive, assuming he wouldn’t receive any votes from the other members. But once in power, Swope makes radical changes to the firm — like keeping only one white employee and refusing to advertise harmful products — all under the firm’s new moniker, “Truth and Soul, Inc.”

 

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Summer Reader Palooza at Depot Park - sign up your family and receive a goodie bag with an ACLD coloring book and more when you sign up for the Alachua County libraray summer reading program, you'll access the ACLIB software Summer at the Library, where you can get book recommendations, write reviews, and participate in fun Alachua County-specific programs.

 

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Hmmm . . . So where do you enjoy your lunch time mint juleps GLOBers?  Give me the address of your lunch stop and I will meet you there with all liquid brain food you can consume fresh and ready to to enjoy . . .

 

Today in the GLOB!

daily green

The GLOB's Eating Adventurer's interest was immediately piqued while searching for healthy lunch options upon discovering the daily green served mostly organic, local greens in their purest form - READ MORE

Rating the tastes of Summer

Peach vs. watermelon. Kielbasa vs. hot dog. Fudgsicle vs. Chipwich. New York Times food critics and writers assess the Summer season’s peak pleasures including ranking the seven greatest packaged frozen treats. - READ MORE

2018 Summer food fest roundup

The Spoon University website has created a list of 12 Summer food festivals to add to your Summer to-do list including the Smithsonian National Zoo's Brew At The Zoo.  - READ MORE

 

 

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BEST BEER CANS EVER: In 2002, Colorado’s Oskar Blues Brewery took advantage of a new, small-batch canning system, becoming the first modern craft brewer to put its product in aluminum.  Now cutting-edge breweries have an unspoken initiative to insure the imagery on the outside of their packaging is as amazing as the liquid inside.

 

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DAILY GLOB MUSIC FACTOID: Today in 1968 The Beatles began recording what became known as The White Album. The double-LP whose official title was simply ‘The Beatles’ became the first Beatles album released with the Apple label. The first track they recorded was Revolution.

 

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If you're still hungry and need a good lunch idea FOLLOW THIS LINK to Gainesville's Lunch Out Blog Instagram page.  This is where the GLOB's Image Editor Erica Corbett takes great pleasure in sharing amazingly looking, deliciously yummy images of what we are thinking about, contemplating seriously, and eventually eating for lunch in the Urban GLOB.


Have a Wonderful Wednesday lunch GLOBers and if you see the GLOB Master downtown be sure to say hello.  If I miss you this afternoon I will see ya right here Thursday morning!

Mike Sanford, GLOB Editor

email me: misanford@gatorglob.com

 
 
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