|Red beans, just before they turned thick.|
I don't have a name for him yet, but it'll come. He's staying for three months - so New Guy #2 is definitely going to become part of our crew.
Out on the deck I can hear Rigby trying on the gunman's speech for size. He makes a few outrageous gaffs ("Now, the moment you've all been waiting for... my speech!"), but he'll settle into it. Just as happened yesterday, the sky has cleared just long enough for our sail. It's a lovely day in the sound outside Marblehead.
|My bread in a pot turned out particularly lovely today.|
Bread pudding with dates and cardamom
Smoothies with applesauce, orange juice, yogurt, milk, frozen strawberries and blueberries, coconut, banana, vanilla and cinnamon
Red beans and rice (a veggie version too) (Before lunch Cap saw me making it and said, "There's no ham hock in red beans and rice." She lived in New Orleans once, so I trust her. But Emeril says... I told her she'd have to write down her recipe. But later, after lunch, she said, "You can make that again." It was the first time she'd ever said that to me. I let out a big yahoo! Emeril's red beans with ham hock: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/emeril-lagasse/red-beans-and-rice-recipe2/index.html
Bread in a pot
Apparently, the Chamber of Commerce has chartered the Marlin this evening and has invited us to take part in their meal. And again I say, Yahoo!
It's Ms. Jane's birthday, so I'm making Jean Georges' molten chocolate cake.