What’s for dinner?

Here was the menu tonight:

Eggplant Parmesan

Steamed Cabbage

CousCous w/carrots, celery and onions.

Oh, and a 2006 Chianti from The Anderson’s. Best wine department in central Ohio.

If you want the recipe for anything…well, maybe, but Anthony doesn’t use recipes for anything. This is admirable to me, because there is a part of his amazing mind that just knows what to do. I suppose that we can all trust that much now, can’t we?

I should ask him what exactly it is that happens when he’s putting this together. Shopping is an adventure, I can tell you that much. The menu for the week takes shape as bargains are perused at a list of stores that would boggle the mind. Yes, it is a Saturday morning ritual. And if you don’t believe me, ask Silver at Trader Joe’s on Saturday morning. She will tell you.

Anyway, I am looking forward, believe it or not, to getting back in the classroom soon, so that I can begin to trust that part too.

And you can too, can’t you? I call mine the “creative genius.” I think some other people use that name as well. Or maybe something else. That part of your mind is ready to take you on all sorts of creative adventures now!

You Archwired folks, this is definitely an orthodontic/orthognathic-friendly meal, by the way!

So, if you’re looking for a recipe of any kind, let me know. You might get more than you bargained for!

Be well, and at peace,


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One Comment on “What’s for dinner?”

  1. Deborah Ling Says:

    Regarding Creative Genius: The Haudenausenee (People of the Long House) have a marvelous word —- Orenda. It means that place within us from which imaginattion and creativity spring forth, to manifest in infinite ways. May Orenda smile generously on you today!

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