This was a grocery week and so the Sietch's larders are nicely restocked. As discussed previously, I've promised myself that I'd make a more serious effort to prepare more interesting meals and avoid ordering take-out as much as possible. How serious am I about all this? I even bought a silly little squeeze bottle in case I figure out some sauces that I want to experiment with.
Today's brunch with Tobie was simple, but different. I used an internet technique to fry sunny side up eggs in a way that feels like they're practically poached. Heated up some store-bought blueberry bagels and served with butter and colby cheese on the side. Simple, but quite filling and rather interesting on the tongue. I was tempted to serve out a few black olives on the side, but I wasn't quite ready for that level of experimentation. Perhaps in time.
Despite not having time for everything that I want to do, I'll see what I can do to read up on more recipes and expose myself to more types of cuisines. But more than anything, it means I need to have the guts to experiment in the kitchen, explore Farmer's Market more and see what comes out. May the eater beware.
Oh, and while I still haven't cataloged our PS3 games, I did make progress with sorting and cataloging all the cartoons that I've downloaded and burned to DVDs. It's not much progress, but it's still progress, right?