Saturday, August 20, 2011

Weekend stats.

Peaches: 16, from two vendors.

Nectarines: 3 exorbitantly priced ones, from our fruit guy, who has a very high opinion of his fruit in general, and his nectarines in specific.

Movies: 1, unless you count watching A Few Good Men on AMC for the zillionth time, in which case: 2. Wait! also significant portions of The Misfits on TCM, because it was Montgomery Clift day, which we watched while laying around this afternoon and also reading portions of a Swedish mystery novel.

Pants purchased on sale at the Gap: 4 pair, cute if I do say so myself.

Successful technology challenge sorted: new charger for my Macbook Pro, which was (I bet you can guess this:) failing to charge.

Dollars spent to sort technology challenge: 0. That is "zero." That's because of the brilliant Apple Store Genius, Tomasi, who figured out, I guess, that my charger was still warrantied, or something? Anyway, Tomasi was awesome. Tomasi is a solutions provider.

Syllabi finished, worked on, or started: 0. That is also "zero." I have no further comment to make on this point.

Fantastic culinary adventures: 1. I made harissa, to go with roasted potatoes omg it was aMAzing. It was for my poetry group.

Birthday girls who ate pancakes with us: 2. At Dee's! --a brief panegyric on Dee's: unpretentious; full of cheerful folk but still with a table to be had, without any waiting whatsoever; with the best hash browns I've had in quite some time, and, judging from the several bits I stole from one birthday girl's chocolate chip pancakes, with an excellent chocolate chip pancake.

Rating, on a scale of 1-10, with 1 being "hideous" and 10 being "stellar," of the weekend overall, thus far: pretty much perfect.

4 comments:

Ann said...

I'm thinking of the harissa. Also Dee's! I meet with bookstore friends there a few times a month, and I'm always satisfied with the experience. A lot of people don't feel this way but I prefer hash browns when it comes to breakfast-type potatoes. Can't stand it when restaurants try to tart them up when the simple basic humble hash is the best thing of all.

radagast said...

Have you tried Virg's? Excellent omelet and hashbrowns.

radagast said...

Oh, and, recent blog posts? Pretty much perfect.

MJ said...

Not for the first time am I jealous of your poetry group.\

I thought harissa only came in small overpriced jars from the ethnic grocery in Portland. Never considered the making thereof?!

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