Thursday, June 12, 2008

Well hello there...

Last night we had Esme's sauce with brown rice and edamame.

Esme's sauce

2 T tahini
2 T miso
2 T soy sauce
2 T olive oil
1/4 C nutritional yeast
1 T prepared mustard (I used dijon 'cause I'm fancy like that)
1 clove garlic, minced fine

Mix together and heat over stove. Add water to get sauce consistency you like!

Distraction continues apace. Suddenly there has been a reversal! Actually, I was thinking about it and it is an interesting question to consider whether things in our world will continue on like they always have amid dire predictions, or if, finally, some of our actions will come home to roost and the world will be very changed for our children. We feel a lot of guilt and possibly premonition about our future and so I guess that's why apocalyptic fantasy is fun/cathartic.

Ahem, I have changed the knitting pattern yet again. I would lower my eyes in shame except that I make no apologies for wanting to try new, fun things. Dudes, it's my hobby! So now I'll be experimenting with a new stitch for a bit to see what that gets me.

Oh yeah, so last night there were no bowls left in the house, and my husband likes to have a bowl of cereal sometimes before bed. So I come into the livingroom and see this measuring cup with a spoon in it with traces of soymilk there in the bottom and I look at him and say "Using a measuring cup for your cereal, huh?" and he says yes and then I say "Desperate times call for desperate measures." and then I realize what I've said is sort of a pun so I go, "Measures, measuring cup, desperate measures! Get it?!? Ha ha!". I hope you have enjoyed this moment in our lives.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Esme's sauce sounds fantastic! Especially with brown rice and edamame. Yum!