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tomorrow’s BLT tonight

Posted on May 20, 2015

chicken-skin-cracklin’ on the side. if it works. (who cares.) TV… (or not TV)… streaming… or DVD … or whathaveyou (and who can keep track these days?… and why *try*?) home with madeline. love each other until you explode or answer to me.

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BLT breakfast

Posted on April 14, 2014

most of the dishes seen here were seen yesterday on the other side of the sink, unwashed. they’re clean now (but not for long). meanwhile, instant coffee & a sandwich. iced tea for madeline. number theory and lots of it. dishwashing obviously. wow, 3 pm. starving. time to fry more.

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just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?

Posted on August 18, 2015

farmer’s-market fresh watermelon. *and* an enormous tomato much better than the genetically-blahblah stuff from the grocer… enough for two BLT’s and a salad, with leftovers for the cook… *and* several ears of fresh-enough-to-eat-raw corn. (only one gone so far but who counts.) my mother was here for her usual summer plays-and-loved-ones tour of the eastern-midwest […]

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more may blog entries

Posted on June 6, 2015

owen’s cooking show 05/01 workers of the world, untie: dishes; blog revives itself for mayday 05/02 gainfully unemployed: dishes; pancakes; desargues’ rainbow 05/04 eggs and b, hold the eggs: little projects on flat surfaces; camels and needles 05/20 tomorrow’s BLT tonight: frying-pan close-up

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each slice a meal in itself

Posted on November 17, 2014

madeline’s baconated beer bread. there’s still a little left. here today, gone tomorrow. i served the next-to-last of it today with a tossed salad (lettuce, much tomato, grated carrot, tri-color greenpepper, grated cheese, raspberry-vinegrette) and soup (canned cream-of-celery, fresh celery fried in baconfat, four colors of greenpepper ditto, leftover steak cut up fine, baconbits). later […]

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a return to normalcy

Posted on September 24, 2014

she: BLT on grilled french-bread. side dish: baconbits in leftover baked-beans, microwaved to get the refrigerator chill off. ice tea. me: bits of pieces of all the ingredients (darn well including the mayo). one egg, fried. my french-bread wasn’t toasted. some of it *was* buttered. instant coffee. powder-mix lemonade. and a few days worth of […]

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no fork, no plate, no problem

Posted on September 11, 2014

eggs vlorbik two eggs much bacongrease pepper (fresh-ground) salt buttered toast instant coffee, sugar, milk remove bacon from pan; control quality; drain for later BLT. fill the best nearby coffeecup & nuke it for two minutes. get out the eggs. burner on “third”. bust the yolks on arrival but keep the yellow bit more or […]

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omit no happy hour

Posted on September 6, 2014

so far today? three colors of greenpepper and some onion fried in pigfat and stirred into packet spanish rice with a few baconbits (breakfast) & then a couple potatoes sliced as thin as i can if i keep a steady pace, fried in pretty much the same pigfat…and a BLT (toast & mayo, natch; 5 […]

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my new bellpepper-cleaning technique is unstoppable

Posted on April 13, 2014

ramen-noodle stir-fry (again today). fry up a bunch of bacon and set it aside. cut up and fry a bunch of celery & carrots & green-peppers (in three colors: yellow, orange, and red) in the fat; nuke a couple packets of ramen for a couple minutes to get it semisoft; fry that stuff too. add […]

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