Friday, August 13, 2010

Living Off The Fat of the Land

Mother Nature can be pretty erratic here in Colorado, but in between her bouts of stormy confusion, the sun bakes some mighty fine vegetation. Take a looksie at the early July harvest from the garden we planted at my parents home:

Squash, Zuchini, Green Beans, Peppers and Tomatoes are summer staple foods, chock full of nutrients. So I looked out the window and what did I see? A breathing radioactive superorganism of steroidal chlorophyll (and a photo shoot):

Alissa makes some culinary grand slams from scratch - just short of germinating the millet and sorghum seeds - she whisks together colorful masterpieces that makes mitocondria salivate:

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

20 Second Summary

News Update:

I got married
I gained 0.4 lbs
I live in hippie-ville
Graveyard shifts stink like old gym socks left in the sink

Blog hiatus ending shortly. That is all. Thank you.