The Good Morning Rodeo Round-Up. We dusted off the weekend and launched Monday, October 24, with the Pick the Day with Karl K. 

Today's choices must've been designed to get us hungry, and it worked with my sharing with Karl the virtues of fried baloney sandwiches.

National Day Choices for October 24: Bologna Day, National Food Day, focuses on healthy and nutritious food choices. The movement seeks a balance between nutrition, affordability, and the environment.

Finally, United Nations Day recognized the United Nations (UN) founding in 1945. 

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Karl K. chose the bologna route. Loyal listener Becky shared her favorite fried boloney sandwich recipe with me. Thanks, Becky!

Photo Credit: Keith B. via Canva
Photo Credit: Keith B. via Canva

Fried bologna is the one I'd pick 😋 😍 !!

The ONLY way to make it is...Fry it in butter, then fry an egg over easy in the same butter, and melt 😋 😍 cheese; after that is all melted, put it on peanut buttered toast. YUMMY 😋 😋 😋 Best 👌 breakfast 😋 sandwich EVER!! Try it. You won't be disappointed. Have a wonderful week 😊, Becky.



I chose to go down the United Nations Day rabbit hole for the trivia question. From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, there are many countries in the world. How many countries are there in the world? A. 135 B.155 C.175 or D.195 

Answer: There are 195 countries today, with 193 as members of the United Nations. Two countries are non-member observer states, the Holy See and the State of Palestine.

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