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Plate full of brownie


Oak Hammock Marsh stream, originally uploaded by gurdonark.

The drive home proved devoid of drama. A new Mexican supermarket opened where the old Mexican supermarket recently closed, so I stopped in to buy things to cook tomorrow. I settled on a can of something called "creole okra", a can of squash, and a can of "pink beans". They did not seem to have whole wheat pita, for which I hanker, a bit, but I'll make do.

When I arrived home, I ate the crockpot roast pork with sauerkraut,
potatoes, and cucumbers. The meal was wonderful--it had a tangy goodness to it without the need for seasoning. The sauerkraut gave the cucumbers the vaguest taste of pickles.

After dinner, I pulled my brownies from the refrigerator and began the task of cullling the good brownie from the over-cooked shell. I ended up with a modest plate of work-ready fudge balls. The one I tried was Heavenly. I hope that my co-workers are as easily amused.

At the market, I bought a bottle of mandarin jarritos, which I will
consume by way of dessert. I have two wonderful siblings, one of whom gave me a Moog video and a thermin video for my birthday. Perhaps tonight is a time for jarritos and synthesizers.

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