Some things last week:
It cost about $4 a pound (at the farmers market it’s about $7 a pound) and we got about two buckets full for our family. Our fridge is full of cherries now! I might make some into a cherry pie. Never made one before, but I’ve made a blueberry pie so I’m guessing it’s not that much harder than that.
We ordered from our favourite Malaysia/Singaporean-style restaurant. We had satay chicken, beef rendang, curry vegetables, gado gado (a kind of salad with jicama, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tofu and a peanut sauce), and two types of noodles.
China Boy – Gus Lee
Lessons in Chemistry – Bonnie Garmus
House of Many Gods – Kiana Davenport
Beautiful Country by Qian Julie Wang
Eating and Drinking:
A morning glory muffin (recipe from KAF).
I just found a small bag of arborio rice at the back of the pantry! I thought we had finished them all and so I’m excited to have found it ;P That means I just need to go get some parmesan and maybe scallops and asparagus. And then risotto is in the books.
Summer of Sloane – Erin L. Schneider
We Ride Upon Sticks – Quan Barry
Oh, yum – all those cherries! They look wonderful! We belong to a CSA and get veggies every week from local farms – our summer fruit share starts in 2 weeks – I can’t wait!
And your Malaysian take-out looks so delicious! We have a Malaysian restaurant nearby that is excellent but I haven’t been there in years … you’ve inspired me to go there soon!
I keep hearing good things about Lessons in Chemistry. Looks like a wonderful variety of books for you lately.
Enjoy your books – and those luscious cherries! – this week –
Book By Book
Oh, those cherries, yum! Your Malaysian takeout food also sounds delicious. Happy reading to you too.
I hope the cherries were nice! What a lovely activity for the family
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