Saturday and John did a greengrocer run, tomatoes, cucumber, red cabbage, radishes, cauliflower, broccoli, celery, grapes, beets, sweet potatoes, green peppers, mushrooms, lettuce. We still have potatoes, onions, carrots, green cabbage, oranges, so we should be good for the week!!!
There is an app to make Snoop Dogg (and other 19 Crimes convicts) speak to you.
Meet the Living Wine Labels app and watch as your favorite wines come to life through Augmented Reality. Listen to history's most interesting Convicts and Rebels share their stories behind the 19 Crimes, interact with the Warden, and defend yourself in a trial with the Magistrate to prove your innocence.
We had saved our fries from yesterday's fish and chips and John fried them for breakfast, delicious.
I tried a new recipe for Saturday dinner, hoisin style meatballs, with ground turkey. They were okay, not a keeper to me. I put the remaining meatballs in a beef soup stock that I unfroze for lunch during the week.
This looks like a good gluten free garlic naan.
Sunday I took the last of the ham out of the freezer and had it with cauliflower potato au gratin.
Monday we made gluten free pizza.
We are continuing with Hannibal the series, but it has to be the goriest thing ever. I even had a nightmare the other night.
Hannibal was filmed in Toronto so we are:
Hannibal's office is set in a building that we walk past frequently and now it will forever be "his office".
On my phone I have The Scarlet Letter, slow going.
On my tablet I finished Rubbernecker and am totally hooked on Belinda Bauer. I forced myself to borrow something else though, Girls Like Us by Cristina Alger, it has great reviews but I'm not feeling it. Perhaps because Bauer's writing was so good, I am struggling with this.
I also read a quick article about birds in ROM Royal Ontario Museum magazine. I know several readers are birders so I thought I would mention it here.