Sunday, September 8, 2019

Keith Richards McRIB Recipe





The ROLLING STONES & The McRIB


"Watch The VIDEO"







KEITH RICHARDS The ROLLING STONES & The McRIB



Keith Richards, Ron Wood, and Charlie Watts talk about the McRIB, how much they all love it, and how they were worried whether it would ever come back or not, as well as if their band The ROLLING STONES would ever tour again or not. They were quite worried as they love ordering tons of McRib Sndwiches for themselves and their crew wherever they are and when they're on the road doing concerts in various cities around the World, whether they're in New York, New Jersey, Philadelfia, Baltimore, Chicago, Boston, Sydney, Milan, Rio, or whereever, The Boys want their McRibs. Only problem, they never know wehn they can get them, so Keith Richards did some leg-work and came up with a solution. Keef found a recipe on how to make and re-create that awesome sandwich that the band just can't get enough of, the McDonalds McRIB Sandwich. Keff says, "the recipe is in The Badass Cookbook, and it's absolutley Badass. Problem solved.

Keith like to make McRibs at home for himself, his wife Patty and the kids, but he's not going to make them on the road for the band and their large crew, so the Rolling Stones have hired Chef Daniel Zwicke to tour with them and make McRibs, Chili, Buritos, Tacos, and other items the Rolling Stones like to eat when they're all on tour. Wow, Keith, what a brilliant idea. 

So there you have it folks, the Rolling Stones fix on that now age-old-problem of the usual unavailability of McDonalds beloved McRib Sandwich. Make them at home. The recipe in the Badass Cookbook, by Daniel Zwicke, and is available in paperback and Kindle on Amazon.com

BASTA !





KEEF COOKS


RECIPES from The BADASS COOKBOOK




COOK LIKE KEITH RICHARDS

RECIPES in The BADASS COOKBOOK




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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Mick and Keef in Positano








Positano









Mick




Mick Jagger did an Interview with Rolling Stone Magazine in 1995 .. This little tidbit below is an excerpt from that interview. Mick talks about being on a little vacation in Positano with Keith. They wrote Midnight rambler in that little town on the Amalfi Coast in Southern Italy in the Summer of 1968.


Question :  Who wrote “Midnight Rambler”?

Mick Jagger : That’s a song Keith and I really wrote together. We were on a holiday in Italy. In this very beautiful hill town, Positano, for a few nights. Why we should write such a dark song in this beautiful, sunny place, I really don’t know. We wrote everything there – the tempo changes, everything. And I’m playing the harmonica in these little cafes, and there’s Keith with the guitar.






Mick Jagger in Positano

1968

Amalfi Coast

ITALY





MICK and KEEF Write a SONG


This is a great shot of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, hanging out, maybe writing one of their many hit songs. Look at Mick looking so nonchalant, smoking a cigarette, as Keith plays on a Acoustic Guitar. You gotta love this picture.







The ROLLING STONES

LET IT BLEED





Sunday, July 21, 2019

Keef Painting






KEEF



Painting by Petra Kruijt


Keith Richards




Friday, February 15, 2019

Thursday, November 29, 2018

STONES No Filter Tour 2019

 
 
The ROLLING STONES No Filter Tour 2019
 
"I'll be there!"
 
Metlife Stadium , East Rutherford , NJ June 13, 2019
 
"CAN'T WAIT"
 
"I Listen to STONES MUSIC Everyday."
 
"Doesn't EVERYBODY" ???
Keith Richards is on the phone talking about one of his favorite subjects.
“The rhythm section … I love rhythm sections, it all starts there,” says the Rolling Stones guitarist as if describing the Book of Genesis. At his most eloquent, as in the passages from his 2010 memoir, “Life,” when he reminisced about the days when he’d press his ear to a phonograph speaker to better hear the interplay of the Jimmy Reed or Muddy Waters band, the back-line figured mightily in his understanding of how music moved the soul.
Now he was thinking about his Stones compatriot, drummer Charlie Watts, possibly for a number of reasons. There’s no doubt that the ebb-and-flow between Watts and Richards gives the best Stones music its eternal elasticity, and puts some jump in the band’s hits-dominated stadium tours. But in an interview earlier this year with the Guardian, Watts cast some doubt on his desire to keep the road show rolling. “It wouldn’t bother me if the Rolling Stones said that’s it ... enough,” the 77-year-old drummer said.
The comment was made several months before the Stones announced a 2019 tour of America, including concerts on June 21 and 25 at Soldier Field (tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday). Richards wanted to make it clear that one of the biggest reasons the Stones aren’t calling it a career just yet is because of their drummer’s ability to keep swinging. .
 
 
The GIRL
 
With The "FAR AWAY EYES"
 
 
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The BIG LEBOWSKI COOKBOOK
 
GOT ANY KAHLUA ?
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START ME UP Rolling Stones








START ME UP


Going to see the STONES on June 13, 2019 at Metlife Stadium in EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ ..

Hope they open with START ME UP, it's a Great Way to start up the show. Dam that song ROCKS !

"YOU MAKE a GROWN MAN CRY"

Great Line





START ME UP

Official Video

The ROLLING STONES




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