Even though Jamey and I are already expert multi-taskers, we sometimes find ways to take our daydreams to a whole new level – especially now that dreaming about Belize will be a daily occurrence until October 24. Continue reading
Today was supposed to be my big recipe post of this glorious stuff:
…Except I did the unthinkable and can’t remember the details for the pesto recipe. (I know, right?)
I even have step-by-step pictures, but my brain is fried from excess thinking and too many hours in Target last night. We’ll just have to put that off for now until Jamey can go over it with me again later. I think I remember all the ingredients, but I don’t think you’re in the mood for a listed-out recipe today anyway, are you? Thought so.
There are too many fun things and thirsty Thursdays to prepare for in this world, including our very special Firefly/Lefthand Brewery dinner tonight at Village Post House. (Clearly I am excited since I have now said multiple times the full names of all companies involved with this dinner. Nothing like encouraging SEO traffic with mentions of libations and delicious food!)
I’m in the mood to do a photo spread, since we’ve had many a memorable moment in photo form over the past few weeks and not nearly enough posts in which to share them. Also, since some of you are not on Facebook and/or are not FB friends with the both of us, pictures – good pictures – sometimes slide by the wayside. And we can’t possibly have that.
Depending on how this post goes over with you, we might just need to make this a little routine from time to time – especially on the mornings when Claire feels a greater need to turn around and crawl back in bed, and in this case, when she starts writing about herself from a third person perspective.
I’ll just hush up now and will give you the photos.
Therefore, today we bring you another round of The Internet and Alcohol Do Not Mix, part deux. Here’s a picture of the man model himself:
James: where’s our Sous Vide video?
Claire: you want me to email them to you and you write the post?
Claire: ha, ok
James: I want you to have it finished and I read it
Jamey and I sous vided some pork chops last night. In case you were on pins and needles all day today waiting for the videos, they will be posted soon. This post is basically just to showcase Jamey’s commitment to our blog and how I deal with him on a day-to-day basis.
This doesn’t really tie into the “Jamey and Claire” theme of this blog so much, but then I realized, of course it does!
My younger brother Ross will be performing during a segment of our wedding, so it makes sense to share with you some of his music. This is his music video he created for the Folgers jingle contest. Music, lyrics and performance are all by him:
I’m very proud. I don’t know of a voting process to help him win, but if there is you can bet I will be sharing it with you!
Jamey is a gadget guy. Always has been, always will be.
So it was no surprise two weeks ago when Jamey posed the question, “Should I switch cell phones?” Continue reading
Since it’s almost Friday and that’s all I can think about at the moment, I thought I would post to get my mind off the fact that my mom will be here tomorrow. Can’t wait for the weekend, yet again!
All this week, Jamey and I have kickstarted our revamped diets with a variety of healthy foods and dinners. (Based on our verbal reports to each other, it sounds like he’s been doing even better than me for lunch options. Everyone give him an internet pat on the back for staying strong!)
Since my mom is coming into town Friday night (Hello, Husk!), I can already predict our weekend will be full of wonderful, rich and local food choices. I hope she has braced herself for a yummy weekend!
In the meantime, here is a picture of our sous vide teryaki pork with a side of sautéed garlic spinach.
By the light of candlelight, glasses of wine and my Valentine’s Day roses, it was a lovely dinner to spend mid-week together. These kinds of meals are always my favorite.
Now bring on Friday, my momma and Husk!