Wednesday, May 31, 2006


Coffee from Black Dog

Crab and avocado quesadilla
Chips 'n salsa
Fiesta Salad
several Le Petit Escolier cookies
3 Coronas with lime

Gentlemen's Art Tour:
1/2 bottle of viognier, forget what kind but from Santa Ynez.
The viognier craze has hit LA!

Penne with Trader Joe's tomato basil sauce, plus a green pepper and a sausage.
2 glasses of chardonnay.


Blogger SC said...

She-Hubbs, re: your lunchtime comment that museums are "boring," let me refer you the Faces of Battle exhibit, a series of prints of samurai hacking each other's limbs off.

8:00 PM  
Blogger SC said...

does anyone know anything good to do with a ton of crabmeat (that doesn't involve my or anyone else's butts?)

8:01 PM  
Blogger she-hubbs said...

Speaking of the viognier craze, I was at Cost Plus World Market today -- another store that does not exist in the entire state of New York -- and I counted 4 distinct viogniers. Also, I purchased a World Market new wine, a Vinho Verde from Portugal - a wine I have been wanting to try since I read about it in the first issue of Every Day w/Rachael Ray. Will report on it as soon as I get over this goddamned cold.

8:14 PM  
Blogger she-hubbs said...

SC, you had me at "'boring'".

8:17 PM  
Blogger v.DANGER said...

SC, I'm a bit bummed that I didn't get a shoutout for providing the green pepper used in your pasta sauce. We shall discuss this matter fully in the eucalyptus baths tomorrow, during Gentlemans Day 2.

9:30 PM  
Blogger SC said...

Cheers to V., who chanced by me on the street and made the compelling case for an impromptu trip to TJ's. Incidentally, my lady-neighbor showed a bit of sass and slapped me on the butt as V. described the free coffee!

At TJs, I once again suffered some lip with re: my liquor purchases. I was buying 2 bottles of vodka, some pasta sauce, some chocolate covered espresso beans, and a viognier (Honey Moon) when the clerk had the gall to ask if I was "hosting a party." "A one-man party," I replied. I should have slapped the cur.

9:42 AM  

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