U. 1941 Saturday: During World War II, the Axis Siege of Leningrad commences on this date as the Axis troops sever the last railroad link between the beleaguered city and the rest of the Soviet Union.



Your host for the week of August 30-September 05, 2021: Chef Gervais Krinkelmeier ACF-CEC

Frazier Park, CA 93222

Contact Me: chefgervaisGE3130@gmail.com







President Jimmy Carter; Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall; U.S. Secretary of War J. Donald Cameron; U.S. Senator Thom Tillis; NASA Astronaut Guion S. Bluford Jr., Jethro Tull featuring Jeffrey Hammond, Little Feat featuring Fred Tackett, the Mamas and the Papas featuring John Phillips, the Velvet Underground featuring Sterling Morrison, and WAR featuring Thomas “Papa Dee” Allen:

  1. 257 Sunday: St. Sixtus II begins his reign as the 24th Roman Catholic Pope.  Sixtus II would serve from today until August 06, 258.
  2. 1146 Friday: Intending to end war for ALL time, European leaders outlaw the crossbow, something that does not last for exceedingly long.
  3. 1645 Wednesday: At New Amsterdam—which later would become New York—Native Americans and the Dutch agreed to a peace treaty.
  4. 1682 Sunday: William Penn sailed from England and later established the colony of Pennsylvania in America.
  5. 1721 Saturday: The Peace of Nystad between the Swedes and the Russians ends the North Sea War.
  6. 1776 Friday: During the Revolutionary War, the Americans evacuate Long Island; fall back to Manhattan and New York City.
  7. 1780 Wednesday: General Benedict Arnold secretly promised to turn over control of the American military fort at West Point to the British army.
  8. 1781 Thursday: During the Revolutionary War, a French fleet of 24 ships under the command of Admiral Comte de Grasse defeats a British fleet under the command of Admiral Graves at the Battle of Chesapeake Capes.
  9. 1806 Saturday: New York City’s second daily newspaper, the “Daily Advertiser,” published its final copy.
  10. 1809 Wednesday: Charles Doolittle Walcott first discovered fossils near Burgess Pass.  He named the site Burgess Shale after nearby Mt. Burgess. 
  11. 1843 Wednesday: Blacks participate for the first time in a U.S. political convention, the Liberty Party.
  12. 1861 Friday: Union General John C. Fremont instituted martial law in Missouri and declared slaves there free.  However, President Abraham Lincoln later countermanded the order.
  13. 1862 Saturday: Confederate forces won victories against Union forces at the Second Battle of Bull Run at Manassas, Virginia, and the Battle of Richmond in Kentucky.
  14. 1901 Friday: Herbert Cecil Booth patents the vacuum cleaner.
  15. 1905 Wednesday: Ty Cobb made his Major League Baseball debut as a player for the Detroit Tigers, hitting a double in his first at-bat in a game against the New York Highlanders; the Tigers won 5-3.
  16. 1914 Sunday: During World War I, the Battle of Tannenberg ends in a decisive victory for the German army as it destroys the Russian 2nd Army.
  17. 1918 Friday: In Lancaster, Pa., the 32nd U.S. Secretary of War J. Donald Cameron dies.  A Republican, he served under President Ulysses S. Grant from 05-22-1876 to 03-04-1877.  Elsewhere, Vladimir Lenin, after giving a speech as the new leader of the USSR, is shot, and wounded by a member of the opposition; he recovers from his wounds.
  18. 1932 Tuesday: In Nazi Germany, Hermann Goering becomes the leader of the Reichstag.
  19. 1935 Friday: Future guitarist/vocalist/musical mastermind behind the hippie rock band, the Mamas and the Papas[i], John Phillips, is born on this date in Parris Island, South Carolina.
  20. 1939 Wednesday: In response to the growing threat from Nazi Germany next door, Poland begins mobilizing its armed forces.  Meanwhile, in Japan, Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto becomes chief of the Japanese Imperial Fleet.
  21. 1941 Saturday: During World War II, the Axis Siege of Leningrad commences on this date as the Axis troops sever the last railroad link between the beleaguered city and the rest of the Soviet Union.
  22. 1942 Sunday: Germany annexes Luxembourg on this date during World War II.
  23. 1944 Wednesday: The Red Army reaches Bucharest, Romania, as it drives Axis forces to the west.
  24. 1945 Thursday: General Douglas MacArthur arrived in Japan to set up Allied occupation headquarters.  Elsewhere, future guitarist with the rock band, Little Feat[ii]—Fred Tackett—is born in Little Rock, Arkansas, on this date.
  25. 1947 Saturday: Jeffrey Hammond, the bassist who would replace Glenn Cornick in Jethro Tull[iii] (1971-1975) was born in Blackpool, Lancashire, England on this date.  
  26. 1951 Thursday: The Philippines and the United States sign a defense pact on this date.
  27. 1954 Monday: President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, which was intended to promote private development of nuclear energy.
  28. 1956 Thursday: A white mob prevents high school registration by blacks at Mansfield High School in Texas.  Meanwhile, the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway opened in Louisiana.
  29. 1960 Tuesday: East Germany imposed a partial blockade on West Berlin on this date.  Elsewhere, in Jacksonville, Fla., future GOP senator representing North Carolina- Thom Tillis- is born.  He would enter the U.S. Senate on January 03, 2015.
  30. 1963 Friday: The “Hot Line” communications link between Washington, D.C., and Moscow in the Soviet Union went into operation. 
  31. 1967 Wednesday: The U.S. Senate confirms Thurgood Marshall as the nation’s first black Supreme Court justice.   He would become the 96th U.S. Supreme Court justice and would serve from today until October 01, 1991.  President Lyndon Baines Johnson nominated Marshall to fill the seat of Associate Justice Tom C. Clark.
  32. 1979 Thursday: While on a canoe trip in Plains, Georgia, a rabbit attacks President Jimmy Carter.
  33. 1983 Tuesday: Guion S. Bluford Jr. became the first black American astronaut to travel in space as he blasted off aboard the Challenger.
  34. 1984 Thursday: The space shuttle Discovery launches on its inaugural flight.  Once in space, its crew deployed three communications satellites.  Meanwhile, organizers inducted President Ronald Reagan and several others into the Sportscasters Hall of Fame.  
  35. 1986 Saturday: Soviet authorities arrested Nicholas Daniloff, a correspondent for the U.S. News and World Report as a spy a week after American authorities arrested Gennady Sakharov, a Soviet employee of the United Nations, on espionage charges; however, both governments later released their detainees.
  36. 1987 Sunday: A redesigned space shuttle booster, created in the wake of the Challenger disaster, roared into life in its first full-scale test firing near Brigham City, Utah.
  37. 1988 Tuesday: Longtime percussionist with the Los Angeles, California-based soul-funk-rock-Latin-jazz band, WAR[iv]—Thomas “Papa Dee” Allen—died at age 57 on this date.
  38. 1989 Wednesday: A Federal jury in New York found “hotel queen” Leona Helmsley guilty of income tax evasion but acquitted her of extortion.  She ended up serving 18 months behind bars, a month at a halfway house and two months under house arrest.
  39. 1990 Thursday: Ken Griffey Sr. and Ken Griffey Jr. becomes the first father, son to play on a Major League Baseball team together— the Seattle Mariners—, and both single in the 1st Inning.
  40. 1991 Friday: Azerbaijan declared its independence, joining the stampede of republics seeking to secede from the Soviet Union.
  41. 1995 Wednesday: In Poughkeepsie, N.Y., Sterling Morrison—the original bassist of the New York City rock band, the Velvet Underground[v]—died at age 53 of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.  (It is interesting to note that his birthday was yesterday in 1942).
  42. 1997 Saturday: Americans received word of the car crash in Paris that killed Princess Diana, Dodi Fayed, and their driver, Henri Paul.  Due to the time difference, it was August 31st when the crash occurred.  
  43. 2002 Friday: With just hours to spare, baseball averted a strike; it was the first time since 1970 that players and owners had agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement without a work stoppage.  Good for them.
  44. 2005 Tuesday: One day after Hurricane Katrina hit, flooding covered 80-percent of New Orleans which led to the rescues of hundreds of stranded people by helicopter and boat.  Meanwhile, looting continued throughout the city. 
  45. 2007 Thursday: In a serious breach of nuclear security, a B-52 bomber armed with six nuclear warheads flew cross-country unnoticed; the Air Force later punished 70 people.
  46. 2010 Monday: For the first time in three weeks, 33 trapped Chilean miners contact their families after suffering entrapment in a cave-in; however, the Chilean government used a new method to release them from the mine weeks later.
  47. 2012 Thursday: A report on the nuclear program of Iran released by the IAEA, highlights concern over Iran’s nuclear program as the country reportedly has doubled its number of centrifuges as the Fordow facility.  Meanwhile, Mitt Romney launched his fall campaign for the White House with a rousing, personal speech to the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., proclaiming that America needs “jobs, lots of jobs.”  Finally, in communist China at the Xiaojiawan coalmine, a large blast kills 26 miners outright with another 21 missing.  The blast actually occurred the previous day but today is our time.  There were 154 miners working at the time when carbon monoxide ignited and devastated the mining complex.  The eventual death toll would rise to 43 with probably more lost in the disaster.  
  48. 2013 Friday: Off the coast of the Aleutian Islands, a 7.0-magnitude earthquake strikes.  Meanwhile, in Shanghai, communist China, 15 people die in a mishap in which an ammonia leak at a cold storage plant goes unnoticed. 
  49. 2014 Saturday: In the face of growing evidence of Russian-Chechen involvement in eastern Ukraine thanks to evidence showing military equipment and troops, the European Union proposes stiffer sanctions against Vladimir Putin’s Russia.  Putin denies all charges while calling for the ‘independence of the region.’
  50. 2015 Sunday: In response to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s desire to change the nation’s constitution so that Japanese defense forces can aid allied nations when Japan, itself, is not under attack, protesters gather in the streets outside the parliament building in opposition.
  51. 2016 Tuesday: The Guardian reports that candidate Donald J. Trump is considering a meeting with Mexican President Enrique Nieto Pena tomorrow prior to his giving an immigration speech in Phoenix, Arizona, in the coming week.  Meanwhile, Senator Marco Rubio, R-Fla., wins big in the statewide primary and will move ahead to the November election.
  52. 2017 Wednesday: The former Hurricane Harvey completed a U-turn in the Gulf of Mexico and rolled ashore for the second time in six days, hitting southwestern Louisiana as a tropical storm with heavy rains and winds of 45 mph.
  53. 2018 Thursday: Having been arrested a week or so back, police arrest Ugandan pop star and politician Bobi Wine as he attempts to escape the country. 
  54. 2019 Friday:  Australia downgrades the future of the Great Barrier Reef to ‘very poor’ due to climate change and environmental damage. 
  55. 2020 Sunday: Following last night’s violent riots and deadly shooting in Portland, Oregon, law enforcement officials and the crackpot Mayor Ted Wheeler take questions from the reporters.  The mayor says he wants to ‘end violence’ in his city and claims that he will ‘take help from anyone to end the violence in his city,’ violence he and his far-left, socialist buddies seem to want to continue around the clock.  At the same time, Mayor Wheeler blasts President Donald J. Trump for comments he made about the crappy job the city’s highest civil servant for being such a worthless putz.   He claims the president has created ‘hate and division.’  Meanwhile, Acting Homeland Security Director Chad Wolf says ‘all options’ are on the table for ending the violence afflicting major and mid-sized American cities facing increased violence on their streets, violence we allege the Chi-Coms are financing through their lackeys in the Democratic Party, what we now call the Democratic-Socialist Party of America, the DSPA.  Elsewhere, “Pro-China Joe” Biden pops out of his hidey hole and denounces the violence afflicting the United States.  Uh, okay Joe, okay.  Finally, a shooting outside a pancake house in Chicago today claims one life and wounds several others.  It was a drive-by shooting in which an SUV pulled by the foodservice establishment and opened fire.  Democratic Catchphrase of the Day: “Trump is dividing the nation!”  Reprobate Congressman Adam Schiff, D-CA, tells Dana Bash, aka Old Horse Face, that “Donald Trump is fanning the flames of violence.”  Hmmm…
  56. 2020 Sunday A: Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe informs Maria Bartiromo on the Fox News Channel that although ‘Russia remains a problem, the real threat emanates from communist China,’ land of the Xi Jinping Bat Flu.  The fact that the Democrats continue dismissing the threat of communist China while constantly braying about ‘Russia, Russia, Russia’ as the imminent threat tells observant readers and contributors that what the Democrats claim others are doing is what they, themselves, are guilty of doing which means the Dems are colluding with the Chi-Coms to defeat Donald Trump and to deliver the United States into the hands of Chairman Xi.  Next, in the United States, we have arrived at a startling statistic: so far this year, 37 police officers have been killed in the line of duty and another 700 injured. 
  57. 2020 Sunday B: Sadly today, we do not have the stock market or the current COVID-19 statistics due to an attempted Chi-Com attack into our systems that shut us down for nearly three days.  Sorry.
  58. 2021 Monday: Unlike my colleague, Chef Fritz, who antagonized the Chinese last week, I am going to remain neutral in assigning all blame for global and U.S. problems.  I would prefer to get along with them.  Stick with me throughout this week and we shall see what we shall see…


This artwork is #0573 an 11” x 14” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “A Pair of Gulls.”  It is among her more beautiful works and is available for sale.  You can see much more of her work at her website, found at beverlycarrick.com, or at the blog’s Facebook page.  At her website, you will see not only more original oil paintings but also lithographs, giclees, prints, miniatures, photographs, and even her award-winning instructional video entitled, “Painting the Southwest with Beverly Carrick.”  Beverly has been painting for more than 60 years and known around the world for both the beauty and timelessness of her artworks.  Hanging in private and public galleries and followed by many fans encircling the globe—her works instill awe because of her artistic brilliance and personal beauty.  We urge you to go to her Website NOW and view her work.  It is possible that you will find something you like and will want to buy it for yourself, a friend, a loved one, or a neighbor!  You will not be disappointed so please: do yourself a favor and go there IMMEDIATELY!  Thank you, the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day!

Beverly Carrick: The World’s Greatest Artist (1927-2012)

Pictures #0001-1495


A workaholic, Ian Anderson was always involved in one musical project after another and thus, we have “Jethro Tull- the String Quarter with the Carducci String Quartet.”  Joined by a quartet consisting of two violins, a viola, and a cello, Ian Anderson adds vocals, flutes, guitars, and mandolins.  The orchestra runs through a dozen of Jethro Tull’s greatest tunes and thus we have a monumental effort that everyone can and will enjoy.  We encourage everyone to visit whatever site it is they choose so as to get the album in the form and condition you desire.  You will be glad you did.

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Monday, August 30, 2021:


[i] At some point, we will do the music of the Mamas and the Papas the same time we do the music of Sonny & Cher.  We hope you will continue awaiting that glorious day.

[ii] We celebrated the music of the amazing Little Feat beginning on Tuesday, 11-June-2013 through Monday, 15-July-2013.  One of the great unsung bands of all time, we hope you will seek them out and consider adding them to your music collection.

[iii] We began promoting the music of Jethro Tull, Blodwyn Pig, Mick Abrahams, Ian Anderson, Martin Barre, Wild Turkey, and Paris on Monday, May 24, 2021, at the AICPENDBLOG.COM.  We are still in the process of presenting the music so please, join us at WordPress.  We hope you will.

[iv] We began presenting the music of the Animals, of Eric Burdon and the Animals, of Eric Burdon, Eric Burdon and War, and War beginning on Monday, 08-June-2015 and the presentation ran through Sunday, 02-August-2015.  We hope you will seek them out and consider making them a part of your listening pleasure.

[v] We began promoting the music of the Velvet Underground starting on Tuesday, 18-March-2014 through Wednesday, 09-April-2014.  At the time we promoted this famous New York City rock band, we failed to share the music of the man himself, Lou Reed.  We hope to rectify that mistake when we return to promoting American bands again.  Thank you for your patience.

I suspect Gropin’ Joe won’t make it to November which will mean a realignment of the ‘Harris-Biden ticket’ to the ‘Sanders-Harris ticket’ which it’s been all along



Author: Chef Gervais "The Krink" Krinkelmeier

Our personal identity and security are now very important so I, like everyone else at the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day has had local Bakersfield, California, up-and-coming street artist, Simone, create some portraits of me. The problem is in this hyper age of partisanship and the far left going bonkers, we have had to cut back on how much of ourselves we share with the readership. Sad to say, it sucks especially for someone such as me who lives in a small community and owns a business. I have been in professional foodservice for a long, long time and have known Stinkbug for an equally long time. My name is pronounced KRONK-L-MYER but everyone calls me "The Krink." Gervais writes from Frazier Park, CA. Gervais is a member of the Libertarian Party. Contact me: chefgervaisGE3130@gmail.com

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