in a perfect world of yancies: Fruits, Bones, and Habits

19 June 2008

Fruits, Bones, and Habits

Now that's just a hothouse tomato, and so it didn't taste as good as it looked. But my, doesn't it look good?

And we got some salad greens. And onions. And a salmon that we bought from the woman who'd caught it the day before--how cool is that? Delicious.

The wine? Oh, that's a sparkling rosé wine made just down the road at Chateau Ste. Michelle.

Speaking of food, I happened to eat at Quinn's a good deal lately. Fun place. They certainly make an effort to be a bit different, and to present ways to revel in the joys of being a carnivore.

One day I had the marrow bones for dinner. Yes, I said marrow bones. Oxtails are also great.

They also have quite a beer list. Here's a shot of the 750ml bottle of Meantime's India Pale Ale that Emily and I shared. Note the brandy snifter: apparently a $20 bottle of beer involves special glasses . . .

But what will Dave get?

That's right: Dave was here. Came to do some work or something, but was awesome enough to join us for dinner, a visit to Linda's Tavern (have I mentioned that Linda's is just super cool? Okay.), some disc golf the next day, and some tasty seafood at Etta's.

And now for something completely different:

Emily's been modeling this habit at work, where they're making a video about it so that they can preserve not only the outfits but also the proper wearing . . .

I could look at these pictures for hours. Hopefully we'll get a copy of the video, reader!

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