|Main blog:||Food Epiphanies|
|Birthday:||September 29th 1970|
|Race/lineage:||White / Caucasian|
|Location:||United States, Maine, Orrington|
|Height:||5' 2" (157 cm)|
|Hair Color:||Light Brown|
|Hair Style:||Straight - Long|
|Relationship Status:||Single - Involved|
|Astrological Sign:||Libra (Sept 23 - Oct 23)|
|Liquor:||Social drinker. One or two|
|Your Home:||Live with pets|
Movin' on Up|
Funny -- Culinary Epiphanies is today's featured blog on Bloglines, and I haven't posted a word since last October.
A lot has changed since then. I keep thinking I should update anyone who might actually still check in here on occasion (is there anyone out there...? I don't blame you if you're not.), but you know how that goes. I'll give you a quick rundown now (it starts out rough, but gets better).
Kevin's lifelong best friend, a captain in the US Army, was killed in Afghanistan on October 2nd, 2009, by a suicide bomber. The world lost a truly amazing person* that day. I wrote a bit of...
Sometimes I'm a little slow.
So after three and a half years here, I have just now, just this very moment, realized the irony in the fact that I can't find a decent APPLE in THE BIG APPLE.
These are a few of my favorite things...
one very small corner of Lake Winnipesaukee
sun, sand, water
toes (yes, mine)
Moulton Farm Stand, Meredith, NH
ready for roasting
NH maple-apple wine
Maine-made When Pigs Fly bread (affectionately referred to as Pig Bread), super fresh NH corn, mostly NH and MA veggies
cran-apple bliss (made with super fresh NH apples, served with soy ice cream)
Cookie Monster feet (our feet were cold so Kevin searched his parents' closet for slippers. so cozy!)
Not pictured, but also highly enjoyable: lots of tea, many books, a really...
Deeply, deeply disturbed...
... is what I am right now.
I just saw a promo on Food TV for a new show called "What Would Brian Boitano Make?"
That's right. Take a minute to process that. I certainly had to. I'm still reeling a bit. My first thought was "This isn't April 1st, is it?"
My love and admiration for Food TV have been waning for quite some time now. Sara Moulton is gone. Gale Gand is gone. Jacqeus Torres? Gone. Wayne Harley Brachman? Toast. Michael Symon, who replaced that fraud on "Dinner Impossible," got replaced by that fraud. My TV used to be tuned to Food TV almost every second I was home. These days,...