Hi friends! I’m glad you all enjoyed Ryan’s guest post. He is indeed a funny guy—it’s like I’m married to Jim Carrey. If Jim Carrey were also a rhetoric professor with a closeted Smallville habit who asked me yesterday on the phone, “Teva’s are nice sandals, right?”
Oh yes, they’re very nice. I think at Bergdorf’s they display the Manolos, Louboutins, and Tevas together.
We’ve been pretty busy here…reading, beach-walking, swimming. A tough life, I know.
Actually, my mom, Sophie and I have been taking it easy, but yesterday, my dad and my sister did work pretty hard—they went out to catch our dinner! They came back from a three hour fishing trip (a three hour tour?) with grouper, trigger fish, and a big snapper—which we promptly threw on the grill for dinner:
My mom also made these delicious stuffed tomatoes—a dish that goes way back. She actually learned the recipe for this dish in a cooking class that she took back in college at LSU! Talk about a recipe with staying power! The tomatoes were stuffed with buttered bread cubes, celery, bell pepper, green onions, mushrooms, garlic, and tomato pulp, all topped with parmesan cheese:
For dessert, we enjoyed slices of chocolate pie. And speaking of which, guess who really liked that chocolate filling?
I’ll give you three guesses, and the first two don’t count.
Happy Hump Day, friends!