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Also, I think there will be a general update to this site soon… as well as a TON of photos (like 2 jiggabytes) that I need to update to flickr. I’ve been pretty lax with my blogging lately, but honestly not much is going on. All I do it seems is work and lament my loneliness and pennilessness and that kinda drags me down. But with GM entering government-sponsored bankruptcy protection I don’t feel so bad about the paltry sum I have in the red. I’ll be in the black soon enough.
Also, I eat too much fucking chocolate, but it makes me happy. I shouldn’t have a pint of chocolate milk and a king-sized snickers with almond, like ever. Life’s too short I guess, but still. I need to lose another 20 pounds this year, somehow, and the snickers bars aren’t helping. But fuck me if they’re not delicious!
Also, that 93 gram package of peanut m&ms I like to eat is probably a no-no as well.
Here’s a long, drawn-out sigh for all the things I shouldn’t eat if I wanna be skinny…
I just had a job interview that was less about me selling myself and more about him selling his business to me, like he was trying to convince me that I needed to go work for him. What a pleasant experience–to be in demand!
I’m cautiously optimistic. It will be exceptionally nice to be in a community practice setting instead of a grocery store.
Also, I want a Domino’s bread bowl pasta. I wonder if I can figure out how to make it on my own.
This hearty soup is easy to make with off-the-shelf ingredients for quick and easy prep.
1 package pre-cooked bacon, shredded
2 cups sliced mushrooms
1 cup chopped onion
1 cup chopped celery
2 cloves garlic
2 cans reduced sodium beef broth
1 bay leaf
2 cans cannellini beans
12 oz dark beer (Bass, Guinness, Newcastle, etc)
about 1/3 teaspoon each of oregano, basil, thyme
1 tablespoon black pepper
about 1/2 teaspoon salt or seasoned salt
2 tablespoons brown sugar
410mL water (about 1&1/4 cup)
Cut the bacon into small, thin, spoon-size pieces and combine with mushrooms in a large pot. Brown the mushrooms & melt the fat on the bacon over medium heat for about 5 minutes. At this point you can either drain the remaining fat or leave it in. Add the onion, celery, and garlic, sweating for 5-10 more minutes. Reserve about 1/4 cup of the liquid from 1 can of beans, and drain & rinse the rest. Add beans and liquid to pot along with 1 can of broth, seasonings to taste and the bay leaf. Be careful not to use too much salt, as the bacon already has plenty. Bring to a rolling boil, then add the beer and brown sugar. Boil for about 2 minutes, then add the remaining broth and water and return to a boil for about 5 minutes, or until the bubbles from the beer are gone. Reduce this to a nice volume but not until stewy. Cover and simmer on low heat for 30-45 minutes, removing the bay leaf about halfway through. Serve with a good crusty bread. Serves 6-8.
Adam asked me Friday if I would help him drive to Philadelphia. He had no one else to help him, so taking pity on his poor soul I agreed. And I had never been to Philadelphia. Today I saw Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, as well as the American Philosophical Society and the Edgar Allen Poe house. Unfortunately my digital camera has finally given out so all the pictures I took were with my phone. I will probably upload them via MMS on the way back home. The Liberty Bell is smaller than you’d think, and the Poe house is empty. In my head, to myself I referred to all of the Park Rangers as “Mighty Morphin Park Rangers” because I’m a big dork. But the Park Rangers are all really nice.
I wanted to share the story of last night: Last night Adam left to meet someone, so I was by myself. I went outside and saw this little animal sniffing my foot. At first I thought “Oh look, a cute little stray cat” but then I looked again and it was a skunk! So I backed slowly away and then turned and ran. That would’ve been a great thing to happen, especially since I’d only packed one pair of pants!
So I was looking at this exhibit at the American Philosophical Society and what did they have one of Audubon’s books open to? A painting of a skunk!
Also, we stopped in at a grocery store and I took a picture of Philadelphia cream cheese.
This blog is a chronicle of my life for the past seven years, so at times it's pretty interesting to dig back on.
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