[bksvol-discuss] Re: OT: Happy New Year

  • From: Valerie Maples <vlmaples@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 1 Jan 2010 00:27:37 -0600

That makes two of us, Jamie! I could eat pizza every night, but unfortunately, 
my husband can't, and he always only likes the meat pizzas. Every once in a 
while I like to break loose and get the works or something on conventional. I 
guess I never even dreamed about ordering out on New Year's Eve, but we did do 
a weekends worth of cooking today. We made a large kettle of a simplified 
version of my mom's pasta tuna salad as well as another large pot of chili. I 
was going to make some spaghetti as well, but Doug's aide was helping me, and 
it turns out he didn't know how to boil water for noodles, so the tuna salad 
took a lot longer than expected. Who would've thought? He is a cook at his 
house, so I just figured he knew how to boil noodles. Go figure?

Tomorrow it is black-eyed peas and if I am really lucky I will have some white 
cornmeal and some bacon grease in the refrigerator to make Doug's mom's famous 
southern cornbread. Absolutely can't be beat!


On Dec 31, 2009, at 11:55 PM, Jamie Yates, CPhT wrote:

> No fair! I tried to get pizza tonight on my way home from work (yes, Valerie, 
> I am a pizza addict). the first place was open but not taking any more 
> orders. The second place, closed. Third place, closed. Fourth place, closed! 
> All before midnight! Don't these people know it's New Year's Eve and we want 
> food? Even McDonalds was closed. So not fair.
> -- 
> Jamie in Michigan
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