Brick Of Dad Puns by Cider Mill Press

Brick Of Dad Puns by Cider Mill Press

Get ready to chuckle and groan at the hilarious puns in this must-read book. Entitled “The Brick of Puns,” it promises to deliver an abundance of cheesy and clever wordplay that will have you rolling your eyes and laughing at the same time. With over 200 jokes of this nature, this collection is sure to satisfy even the most dedicated pun enthusiast.

From good, bad, to downright ugly, these one-liners and witticisms will leave readers of all ages in stitches. Whether you love or hate puns, this book is a treasure trove of wordplay that is impossible to resist. It’s the perfect gift for anyone who relishes cringe-worthy jokes or appreciates the art of the dad joke.

Prepare for gems like “Did you hear about the restaurant on the Moon? Great food, but no atmosphere” and “When does a joke become a dad joke? When it’s fully groan.” These puns are just a taste of what awaits you within the pages of this pun-derful book.

So, if you’re ready to embrace the joy and agony of puns, “The Brick of Puns” is the book you need in your life. It’s time to expand your dad joke repertoire and unleash your inner punster. Don’t miss out on the chance to have a pun-tastic time!

Homemade Pear Cider: Pressing Fresh Pears for Delicious Juice

Imagine having an abundance of pears and wanting to make something delicious with them. Instead of using extra sugar, you decide to make pear cider. You bring out your trusty cider press, a family heirloom, and begin the process.

First, you prepare the pears by removing any soft or bad ones and grinding them up. The cider press, patented back in 1921, is a little worn but still functional. You make sure the pears are aligned properly so that the juice can flow freely.

Next, you squeeze the ground pears to extract the juice. Unfortunately, there is a missing piece on the bottom, so you have to be cautious and make sure you have enough space to catch all the juice.

Unlike apples, pears require bags or strainers to hold the pulp and get a clearer juice. While pear juice may not be as good as apple juice, it still serves its purpose for canning without adding excessive sugar.

After squeezing, you have a good amount of pear juice, but it takes time to fully drip. You transfer it to a pan and place a towel over it to keep it clean.

And that’s it! Your pear cider-making adventure concludes, without any pleas for likes, shares, or subscriptions. Stay tuned for more exciting articles!

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