. . . are eluding me. I know my loyal readers (both of them) have been clamoring for another post, but frankly I haven’t come up with anything interesting to write about.
I will, however, make a couple of recommendations for you:
1) Ed Eubanks has a post about the words we use for our mealtimes, and why it is impossible to have “breakfast for supper.” I liked this post, mainly because I dislike people giving me funny looks if I refer to the midday meal on Sunday as “Sunday dinner.” or the big Thanksgiving meal as “Thanksgiving dinner” even if is in the middle of the day. “Dinner” is the big meal of the day, no matter when you have it. If you have roast beef and mashed potatoes at midday on Sunday and a bologna sandwich at night, then the evening meal is definitely not “dinner.” You had your dinner in the middle of the day and a light supper at night.
2) Also in the food department, Miss Eydie Gourmet (aka Janis Siegel–love that nom de blog!) is now blogging with “How I Spent My Per Diem,” a virtual gastronomic trip around the world. Very entertaining. HT to Laurel for alerting all of us to this gem.