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Oooh, dontcha just want to dive right in? It's sooooo HOT, I can't see straight...but, our tomatoes and peppers love the Heat of the Sun...Tootles,Anni :-)
I just made a 3 wise hens eggs omelette with point reyes blue and warm potato salad with Fatted Calf bacon and vinegary vinaigrette.That's where the coolest people live - in the city ;)
Milk is totally food, says the woman who made chai for breakfast. ;)
Milk is definitely food. And I am with you on the not cooking thing. I've been eating takeout.
CC,Coffee's food too. It just doesn't provide any nutrients to speak of.
Ahhhh...what an enticing photo.
Hell, in this weather, ICE is food!(Sam, I am about to inherit Tea's remaining 3 Wise Hens eggs today before she scampers off to ULTRA-cool British Colombia.)
they are a bit small, I think.I have to actually say I prefer marin sun farms eggs but they have been a bit short (read sold out) the last two weeks, which is why I switched. Needless to say, I hope you enjoy your three wise eggs!
How hot is it? Don't fry your eggs on the sidewalk (Sun Farms or 3 Wise Hens). Breeze has picked up here a bit closer to the coast than you are, and maybe I can think of something beyond the herby scrambled eggs I made for my dinner last night -- we're all on the same chickentrack, I see. As for your coffee, it looks lovely. I am pining for a fresh limeade from Mr. Ward;s drugstore (circa late Forties) served in a tall glass with tinkling ice, on a cool marble counter.
Ah well, it's not so bad over here and the fog will surely be moving in soon. Maybe it's time for some grilled elk burgers?Biggles
I see three food groups: cold milk, coffee, and ice! I agree with anni, I think a swim is in order!
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