Today is National Take Your Dog To Work Day. But seeing how Kevork The Rocky Mountain Spotted Retriever is the CEO-in-training, it’s more like he brings us to work! Scrub on over to 7:35 through 7:38 for today’s topic. Thank you.
Here’s to summer, then. Do you dare to eat a peach? Of course! They are in season now! No need to overcomplicate the presentation or overelaborate the procedure. Simply grab a peach (or three) from the fruit bowl on the counter — you do NOT refrigerate your peaches, do you? — give it a perfunctory splash from the kitchen faucet and stay right there: no need to walk over to the table. Rather, hold the peach a few inches from your mouth, open your mouth, sink your two (or four) front teeth in and allow the flesh and the juice to bathe your lips and your tongue in nectary ecstasy. Hopefully you did not get a mealy peach, because nothing is worse than having to endure a mealy peach. By choosing to consume your juicy peach straight over the kitchen sink, you have given yourself permission to bite, slurp and chew with complete abandon, no worries of making a mess. When you are done, simply turn the faucet back on, rinse away the juice that did not make it into your mouth and begin anew.
So that’s the peach, then. But wait, there’s more! Other drupes also are currently in season. We are just as pleased to welcome back to the table the less-juicy but no less delightful black cherries. So good. Summer fruit — do not delay. Stone fruit — do not delay. Drupes — do not delay. Thank you.
Marquis† 3, 6, 7
PennNat 5, 8
Prairie 4, 7
Fast Final-Furlong Phantasms
Canterbury 6, 7
Los Alamitos† 3
Lone Star 4, 7
PennNat 2, 3, 7
Pleasanton 2, 4
Santa Anita 7
Chas. Town 7
Emerald 1, 7
*-morning-line faves only, including those bumped-up to morning-line-favorite status after accounting for raceday scratches and changes, which are current as of 4:48 p.m. EDT; no-go if race switches surface or if any part of coupled-entry scratches; high-altitude recipe on side panel
†-raceday scratches & changes unavailable at press-time; objects in mirror are closer than they appear
YESTERDAY’s Fine Finishes‡
‡-High-Octane Chancers doin’ it exclusively with All-In-One V6 and its LifeLiner Speed Column analysis and LifeLiner Spread Column analysis, without regard to operational definitions of faves or freakazoids; thank you!
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