i'd include the mess of the flour in that statement. many apologies for my silence of late. it had been so long since i posted something that when i decided to this morning, it went like this - look for camera: 1 minute. look for camera charger/battery: 20 minutes. take photos: ten minutes. look for cable to connect camera and computer: 13 minutes. now that i've located all the necessary accoutréments (i just made up that accent mark, i hope it's in approximately the right place,) i should be able to keep up a little better.
what have i been up to in the meantime? cooking. lots and lots of cooking. some things i've made (at least what i can remember) in the last couple weeks:
eggs benedict. homemade pasta with cherry tomatoes, cheese, basil and topped with an egg yolk. basil infused creme brulée. ginger macaroons. carrot soup with granny smith apple and beet slices. beet soup with a cucumber dill garnish. mushroom goat cheese soufflés. a pear almond tart. huevos rancheros. homemade bagels. banana nut espresso muffins.
so basically i have just been living a life i didn't know could exist. where i am so happy it feels like bliss might start oozing out of my ears. but that's no reason to be so lazy about posting, and you guys have been very patient with me, so here we go.
i actually have quite a few new outfits to post - sam and i were in philadelphia last weekend and he dropped me off for a bit at the biggest thrift store i've ever seen - a huge warehouse full, and a REAL thrift store, where a pair of pants costs $1.90, not $19 like so many of the 'thrift' stores i see in brooklyn and manhattan. i picked up several things, and i really feel like a good trip to the thrift store can change your entire style, at least for awhile - i picked up two of these rather old-fashioned, high-waisted pleated skirts and i really adore the shape they make. also grabbed a few more high-waisted mom pants that you'll be sure to see a lot of, and a perfect lacoste cardigan that will definitely be making lots of appearances this winter as i attempt to stay warm in my three-quarter sleeve length coat.