What I had for dinner on Sunday, February 19, 2012

We had dinner with my dad and his wife. We went to Palais de Jade, a Chinese restaurant that is inexplicably named in French. Actually I guess it is explicable — they probably do it to sound fancy. It is a pretty all right restaurant though so I can’t blame them for trying to stand [...]

What I had for dinner on Saturday, February 18, 2012

We rolled into Reno at about 8:13. I had been trolling Yelp looking for a likely place and we had settled on a Mexican restaurant just a couple blocks from our motel. We had a bit of trouble finding it but then we found it (in a strip mall; where else?) and we pulled in [...]

What I had for dinner on Friday, February 17, 2012

On our way to Reno, ambitiously trying to make Eugene after work, we made it as far as Portland on Friday night.

I took the train down to Tacoma to meet G. and puppies in truck there. We hit the road but got stuck in traffic between Tacoma and Oly as usual. We had plans [...]

What I had for dinner on Thursday, February 16, 2012

We were heading out of town on Friday, and we had a ton to do, and I had to stay at work late (not super late, just enough that I took the 6:20 boat and so didn’t get home until 7:30ish), so we got Thai food. I got my usual 2-stars pad see ew with [...]

What I had for dinner on Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Steak au poivre again, mostly following Julia’s instructions like before, except we used red wine instead of cognac.

Probably also kale and potatoes.

What I had for dinner on Tuesday, February 14, 2012

I have no use for Valentine’s Day. Which is why I have zero recollection of what we had for dinner. I have some vague idea that it was something totally prosaic with potatoes and kale. Because, you know, February.

What I had for dinner on Monday, February 13, 2012

Pizza!! I no longer remember why.

What I had for dinner on Sunday, February 12, 2012

No idea.

Up too late

… so I am reading and sharing ILU-486, a heartbreaking, scarily potentially-realistic, Handmaid’s Tale-like dystopian fiction about a world that exists after the passing of some current and real (i.e. non-fictional) legislation that might have a very, very significant effect on reproductive rights and health, which is to say, basic women’s health care. Every part [...]

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