Since we’re on the topic of food and food-related shtuff…
I like washing and neatly storing all my produce when I get it home. It makes using it later so much more hassle-free.
I like things that are shaped like other things.
I like my oil and vinegar cruets. They are NEAT-O.
I don’t like blueberries, but I think this big, chubby one is pretty nifty.
It is fussy, though. May have to get a refund…
I like ellipses…a lot…
I like my new shoes. They look good enough to eat, but they are probably tough.
I like that having your blog allows you to literally gaze at your navel (or at least in a navel-y direction) and then document it, as if it were in the least important. Yes, my cute shoes are terribly important! Aren’t you glad you clicked your way to this entry?
I’m an apologetic omnivore. I really, really like meat and stuff, but I’m not crazy about what eating meat does to the environment…and sometimes I get a major craving for what is essentially a big ol’ plate of vegetables. This is not quite in “big plate of veggies” territory, but it is nice if you’re in the mood for something light and…grassy.
Get a bunch of fresh herbs. A buttload. Everything but rosemary and sage is great. Dress them as you would a delicate salad, with a light vinaigrette. Reserve some of the vinaigrette. In a hot skillet, put in a generous amount of olive oil. Fry up two seasoned salmon fillets. Serve the fillets on a bed of the herb salad. Drizzle a little of the reserved dressing on the salmon. Um, yum.