” ‘$100 hamburger’ (‘hundred-dollar hamburger’) is aviation slang for a general aviation pilot needing an excuse to fly. A $100 hamburger trip typically involves flying a short distance (less than two hours), eating at an airport restaurant, and flying home.” (www.wikipedia.com).
Did you know that orange juice has been the official beverage of Florida since 1967? Yes, it’s true.
Have you ever wondered what is meant by “reconstituted” on some orange juice containers? Wikipedia explains it as follows:
“Commercially squeezed orange juice is pasteurized and filtered before being evaporated under vacuum and heat. After removal of most of the water, this concentrated juice, about 65% sugar by weight, is then stored at about 10 °F…When water is added to freshly thawed concentrated orange juice, it is said to be reconstituted. The product was developed in 1948 at the University of Florida’s Citrus Research and Education Center.”
Here are a few recipes featuring oranges and/or orange juice, to help you celebrate the day: