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Food

I’ve been quiet the last couple of months due to hand surgery to repair a torn scapholunate ligament.  Yet now summer is here, so let the good times roll!  This one is to ease back into things –super simple and simply delicious.

  • Three Eggs
  • Butter
  • Nancy’s Cottage Cheese
  • Green Tabasco
  • One Tomato
  • Fresh Cilantro
  • Basil (fresh if you have it, dry if you don’t)
  • Olive Oil
  • Sea Salt
  • Tellicherry Black Pepper
  • Organic Blue Corn Chips
  • Green Tea

–Start iron skillet on high flame.
–Crack eggs into bowl, add a grind of sea salt + black pepper, and stir.
–Add butter to pan and lower heat to medium.
–Add eggs to pan, lifting up edges of egg once it’s cooked a few   seconds to let uncooked egg up underneath.
–Spread a couple Tbs of cottage cheese over half of the omelette and   sprinkle liberally w. green tabasco.
–Fold omelette and then flip onto serving plate.
–Turn heat to lowest setting and add a little olive oil.
–Chop tomato, cilantro, and basil (if fresh) and toss into skillet just to   warm it all up a couple minutes.
–Add more ground sea salt and pepper.
–Pour this mix over top of the omelette
–Serve with chips and the obligatory green tea of your choice

Eat with a smile

Music

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“Now Please Don’t You Cry, Beautiful Edith (about Kirk’s wife) was the first of his all groove sides.  Unlike Rip, Rig, and Panic from two years earlier in 1965, this set featured an in-the-pocket rhythm section. Adventure was not the name of the game on this date, feeling was — and for the job he got some of the finest cats working in the groove jazz idiom: drummer Grady Tate, pianist Lonnie Liston Smith, and bassist Ronnie Boykins. ”
Thom Jurek, Allmusic.com

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by Alexander