Saturday, September 29, 2012
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Monday, September 24, 2012
Sunday, September 23, 2012
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Thursday, September 13, 2012
At the Emerald Coast Beer Festival, Delta Brews placed third in the club kolsch competition. Thanks to Nate and his Pale Rider Kolsch.
Saturday, September 8, 2012
Thursday, September 6, 2012
Homemade crust that went through delayed fermentation, at cold temperatures, turned out really thin and crispy. Don't know if that means there was no fermentation, but I opted not to over analyze and just eat it! Toppings includes sliced garlic, onions, Arkansas banana peppers, anchovies, olives and shrimp! Crushed red pepper added while still hot from the oven. My house smelled amazing.
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Once I snapped out of survival mode, I knew I would need some projects to occupy my attention. Well, first a day full of football. Then I got my chores going! Lots of hurricane debris to pick up, which led to trimming ivy near the garage, and discovering a wildlife wonderland.
the kitties were tortured by a skink who got in the house and perched out of reach.
So they laid there and pretended to fit on the windowsill.
For the upcoming brewing marathon, I made a chalkboard in the basement. Plus I can maybe use it for sketching out new projects with Arch. Har har chuckle chuckle.
And my beloved outdoor chairs got a fresh coat of paint. They weren't rusty so much as stained from falling, rotting pecans.
Monday, September 3, 2012
Lauchlin, Olivia and Grady and I were invited to dinner in the country over the weekend. It was still warm, but we enjoyed ourselves. Grady loved riding the ATV mile named "Cecilene" and even took a seat behind the wheel. However, as we walked back to the cabin, he was stung on the head by a red wasp. His moms did everything they could to make it better while quite concerned about the potential for an allergic reaction while I donned a can of poison and launched a counter attack on the winged assholes.
Sunday, September 2, 2012
Noshville on West End for omelets and a bloody mary. As we were finishing up, the girl at the bar next to us ordered french toast, and I knew we had to have some. I begged the waitress for a loaf of challah bread, which is traditional Jewish bread made with lots of eggs. Note the strong yellow color in the picture. It was YUMMY for Sunday breakfast, but the pieces were gigantic. Next time I am at Noshville, I am ordering the french toast, but I will have to skip the bloody mary. Maybe a mimosa would be better.