And I just remembered: Steve from Blue’s Clues supposedly lives mere blocks from here.

And I just remembered: Steve from Blue’s Clues supposedly lives mere blocks from here.

I made these. Because Christmas cards are sooooo yesteryear.

And yep, I did indeed buy the Ladybird Johnson special edition stamps to go on the envelopes.

something to mull over.

something to mull over.

the flint hills of kansas aren’t really hills at all. 
i wonder how they feel about that.

the flint hills of kansas aren’t really hills at all. 

i wonder how they feel about that.

a snowy sunday requires stew. 
the menu? pork chile verde.

a snowy sunday requires stew. 

the menu? pork chile verde.

still life of libby’s classic pumpkin pie, whipped cream, and a dinosaur.

still life of libby’s classic pumpkin pie, whipped cream, and a dinosaur.

sometimes, you know exactly who’s coming to dinner. 
orphan friends will flock to the upper west side 
for turkey and stuff —
"you’ve got thanksgiving," we’ll call it, 
with meg and tom on the mind. 
it’s wholly nonsensical. but then, so is the meal,
and this holiday, in general. 
so i’ll bring the pie, and the place cards.

sometimes, you know exactly who’s coming to dinner. 

orphan friends will flock to the upper west side 

for turkey and stuff —

"you’ve got thanksgiving," we’ll call it, 

with meg and tom on the mind. 

it’s wholly nonsensical. but then, so is the meal,

and this holiday, in general. 

so i’ll bring the pie, and the place cards.

Today I made a thing. It was pretty good. So, I’ll post it here. 
Now, I don’t have any rustic plates or chalkboard-painted tables or fancy cameras, so bear with me on this. Also, I do not, nor have I ever, proclaimed to be a “food blogger.” Whatever. 
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Linguine Fini Alfredo w/ Chicken Sausage
for two, or one with leftovers. or just one. why not.

- 2 chicken sausages
- linguine fini 
- frozen or fresh green peas
- sunflower seeds 
- grated parmesan
- ¼ cup heavy cream 
- 1 tbsp olive oil 
- salt and pepper 

Fill saucepan with water, add a dash of salt, and bring to a boil.
Meanwhile, heat saute pan over medium heat, toasting the sunflower seeds in the process. Cut chicken sausages into small pieces and add to pan. Cook until brown. Turn burner to lowest setting.
Add peas to boiling water, along with the pasta, and cook according to the pasta’s directions. Drain and add to the saute pan. Add cream, olive oil, cheese, salt, and pepper and cook until the sauce thickens and clings to the noodles. 
Serve immediately. As in, right away.

Today I made a thing. It was pretty good. So, I’ll post it here. 

Now, I don’t have any rustic plates or chalkboard-painted tables or fancy cameras, so bear with me on this. Also, I do not, nor have I ever, proclaimed to be a “food blogger.” Whatever. 

Linguine Fini Alfredo w/ Chicken Sausage

for two, or one with leftovers. or just one. why not.

- 2 chicken sausages

- linguine fini

- frozen or fresh green peas

- sunflower seeds

- grated parmesan

- ¼ cup heavy cream

- 1 tbsp olive oil

- salt and pepper

Fill saucepan with water, add a dash of salt, and bring to a boil.

Meanwhile, heat saute pan over medium heat, toasting the sunflower seeds in the process. Cut chicken sausages into small pieces and add to pan. Cook until brown. Turn burner to lowest setting.

Add peas to boiling water, along with the pasta, and cook according to the pasta’s directions. Drain and add to the saute pan. Add cream, olive oil, cheese, salt, and pepper and cook until the sauce thickens and clings to the noodles.

Serve immediately. As in, right away.

friends moving to sf from nyc 
is not ok by me. 
but they do not listen, 
so i’ll make them cards anyhow.

friends moving to sf from nyc 

is not ok by me. 

but they do not listen, 

so i’ll make them cards anyhow.

things in and also nearby shoes. 

things in and also nearby shoes.