Archive for June, 2008

Jun 28 2008

A Couple Recipes

Published by under Food,Recipes

Last night I made Flounder Florentine – using whiting instead of flounder and using collards instead of spinach. I thought I’d explain it because it was pretty simple and Michael said it was good. To start, I boiled water with a vegetable bouillon cube. You could certainly use meat stock if you choose. Then I […]

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Jun 27 2008

Inari is Too Smart

Published by under Kitties!,Personal

Inari often does very irritating things because she is smart. Do not ask me how she does some of the things that she does because I do not know. But yesterday evening I came home and she had managed to get a Tupperware container of shortbread cookies open and pull out ONE cookie, only one, […]

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Jun 26 2008

Richard Cheese Puts on a Hell of a Show

Published by under Music,Outings

Michael and I went to see Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine last night at the 9:30 club. For those who have never visited 9:30, it’s a pretty small club in Washington, DC. I used to visit frequently, the shows are pretty reasonably priced, they’re all-ages unless otherwise specified, and they’re pretty well run. […]

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Jun 25 2008

Michael is Scary

Published by under Personal,Rants

Last night, after an evening meeting and super-late bus for Michael and a load of errands for me, we decided to deviate from our scheduled meals and eat out at a  local chain restaurant. We were seated next to a mother, father and their two children (a daughter of about 6-8 years, a son of […]

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Jun 24 2008

Calvert Farm CSA Week 7

Published by under Food

Garlic Scapes Oregano Chard, bunch of stems Collard Greens, bunch of stems Zucchini, one Spring Mix, one bag Big head of Lettuce (Red Leaf, maybe?) Beets, one bunch Red Potatoes, 6 or so Bing Cherries, one pint Michael loves cherries, and I’m allergic (darn birch sensitivity!) to uncooked cherries, so those are all for him. […]

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