In the midst of all the hub-bub we’re currently involved in, there are a few bright points. Very few if you don’t like dresses, flowers, and talking about dresses and flowers…
So tonight’s order, straight from Claire’s Mom, was to decide on our signature cocktail at the reception.
So, I present to you, my homework:
Last week I spent ~40 hours in airports and airplanes, so when I finally got home Saturday morning, it was time to celebrate.
While Claire was finishing up the veggies to go with our Baby Back Sous Vide I walked over to the Lil’ Cricket convenience store for a bottle of cheap champagne.
I knew we had a couple of mixers that’d go with it perfectly. Namely:
I'm a sucker for a nice bottle.
How about a little sous vide recipe for a Thursday pick-up?
This how-to is from several weeks ago, which doesn’t mean the recipe is any less fresh. The way the meat fell off the bone indeed requires us to make this deliciousness again. Here’s how we started:
All for $8.
Short ribs. We paid $8 for the whole pack, and wait until you see what we did with them. Continue reading
Yesterday evening, Jamey and I grabbed the golf clubs and headed for the driving range. It’s something I’ve been aching to do for several months now, and for some reason it always gets put on hold due to inclement weather, being too tired, going out to eat instead, and other excuses/diversions.
This time, it was a nice little after work excuse to stretch the muscles and blow off steam.
We came home to the sous vide that as of last night had only been stewing for 48 hours. (More on that after tonight’s dinner!) The rest of our fridge was full of frozen chicken, other frozen things, broccoli, homemade salsa, and miscellaneous condiments. Two things I noticed were Palmetto cheese and tomatoes.
The Palmetto Cheese in all its spreadable glory.