Tonight my mom and I had my godparents over for dinner. The menu was roasted salmon, salad, and cauliflower rice. That last dish is something that I make once in a while when A and I are in full on “healthy eating” mode. It’s surprisingly tasty, but kind of a pain to make. I thought I’d share the recipe here.
It’s harvest season! Here are some pictures of the produce from my mom’s garden:
I got in pretty late last night. In the course of bringing things in from the car, my mom told me, “My little guy–Nido–will be coming out tomorrow to sweep at around 10AM. Unless he got confused by the power outage earlier.”
Okayyyy… I thought, When did Mom get a new cleaning person? And why would he be confused by the power outage? Does he go to bed early or something? [Read more…]
Getting out of Brooklyn today turned out to be a rather complicated thing. But it wasn’t because I was stuck in traffic. It was because it was street-sweeping day. This was a delightful example of how a culture can adapt to pressures–in this case, limited parking. When I went out to start putting things in my car this morning, I discovered that I was double-parked in: