Sunday, October 12, 2008

Some Days Are Diamonds

I packed a lot of stuff into this weekend. I had a great deal of web work for the school alumni website and the bluegrass website, as well as some work on last minute graphics for my book. We did manage to have a laid back Sunday afternoon with some of our best friends.
Jilda roasted a couple chickens and broasted some potatoes. We had salad and fresh tomatoes. For good measures, we picked some apples and she made some kind of apple pie with cream cheese with cinnamon and whipped cream on top.
I snapped a picture of our Rooster Clyde. He's only about four months old now, but he's learned to crow. He starts about 5:30 in the morning. Jilda says if he starts any earlier, we'll be having him for lunch next Sunday.


  1. I was wrong. I thought she had basted the potatoes in some special liquid before baking them - thus the term broasted. When I clarified with her tonight, she said that in fact the potatoes were simply roasted. Every day is a school day.

  2. Anonymous10:19 PM

    Many thanks for the blog.We love reading them
    From Lincoln UK.


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