“It was my Uncle George who discovered that alcohol was a food well in advance of modern medical thought.” P.G. Wodehouse

Spring — snow flurries in New York, and drizzle in L. A. — if I were a drinking woman, I would, to paraphrase Wodehouse, get my shimmer on.

Right now it seems the world is suffering from the aftereffects of being bamboozled.

Do you know what a Prairie Oyster is? They drink it in the movies to cure a hangover, or, to brace you for what lies ahead. Does it work? I seriously doubt it. Here’s the recipe:

Put one egg yolk (from a small egg) in a shot glass, sprinkle with salt and pepper, a dash of Worcestershire sauce, a few drops of lemon, and pour in a bit of tomato juice.

Now, take it down like you would a shot of vodka, whole yolk and all. My dears, that’s the least we’ve been asked to swallow since the chicanery of 2016.

How to keep your head from spinning? Turn off your devices. Take a walk. Visit a friend. Talk with someone older and wiser. Listen to the young. Learn something new. Look after someone who needs your help. And read. Always read

 

 

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