Dinner 7 March 2014. Julia converts the leftover chicken into chicken soup. So good I forget to take a photo until the very end.
Lunch 7 March 2014. Roast beef and provolone on tostada shell with bean dip and salsa.
Breakfast 7 March 2014. I have to get down to the campus early for a PhD defense. Early to find parking; the event isn’t until 10 am. So: the Glenwood and I order the Glenwood: bacon, eggs over, home fries nd pineapple. Read the Eugene Weekly. Kind of dull letters this time. Nice morning light, though.
Dinner 6 March 2014. Julia roasts a bird. She’s really got the technique down now. I like this Draper Superbird with the big D on his front. Served simple with frozen corn. I don’t know why the color shift between the two images of the plated dinner. Curious. The lower one seems more like what I viewed with my eye. Curious. I didn’t try to shift the color at all, the camera decided it. Is that realism? Maybe techno-realism.
Small late lunch 6 Mar 2014. Progresso low fat clam chowder. Hard at work. Not much clam in it, but still kinda tasty. It’s heart is in the right place.
B’fast 6 Mar 2014. Cold leftover trout. Fried eggs and bacon.
Lunch 5 March 2014. Dill pickle, Roast beef and provolone on pane como. Tasty!
B’fast 5 Mar 2014. At the Busy Bee in Springfield after a med test. I get the biscuits and gravy special: Sausage and poached egg on top of a biscuit smothered in country gravy with a side of hash browns. This really is too much. Wisely, I don’t finish it. The lesson: there’s no substitute for a really good biscuit, and I’ve not found any in Eugene or Springfield since Dixie’s left town. And the country gravy…meh. Hash browns, the usual greasy kind. I should just give up and make it at home, I guess. Somehow, I keep hoping against hope.
Baked Garlic 4-5 Mar 2014. I over baked these garlics by accident. Julia still liked them, they almost caramelized. Weird, but kind of addictive.
Dinner 4 Mar 2014. Trout, broccoli, refried rice. Tasty treat. Which composition is better? Why?