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archive for April 2006

accept your white trash past

Monday, April 10th, 2006

Ooooh, I got the recipe from Emily today! You know – that recipe – the crawfish fettucine? She warned me and I knew it was coming, but one of the key ingredients besides crawdad tails and fettucine is…

velveeta! *psycho shower music plays – neet! neet! neet!*

**Jump for more butter**

springy leftovers

Thursday, April 6th, 2006

We had leftover ahi tonight. A better photo was had in natural light. My kitchen lights are screwy right now because we are phasing out the incandescent bulbs from the previous owners to the energy-efficient flourescent flood lights. We are at half and half, which plays havoc with my white balance.

screaming spring

I have avocados on the brain and what should arrive in my mailbox today but my issue of Eating Well with… AVOCADOS on the cover!

looks good

Tuesday, April 4th, 2006

Tonight I made pan-seared ahi tuna for dinner. There was no choice really. In the store I glanced at the giant slab of farm-raised salmon from Chile (with artificial coloring added) which was selling for half the price of the wild ahi tuna. People are used to the color and texture of farm-raised salmon, but wild salmon is a beautiful deep color by comparison. We bought the tuna and served it on a bed of wild organic greens, steamed asparagus with miso mayonnaise, and pan fried organic yukon gold hash browns.

start with fabulous tuna

a treat for my sweet (jeremy)