Monday, June 29, 2020

the quotidian (6.29.20)

Quotidian: daily, usual or customary;
everyday; ordinary; commonplace




The morning after my mother's driveby berry drop-off. 




I simply had to have a taste. 




Rolled.




Regular and fancy, with cardemom, marzipan, and pearl sugar, on the right.




Olive loaf that the webs raved about: meh.




Sweets, from a local orchard.




Pitter stains.




Summer suppers = an exercise in finding creative ways to deal with the produce tsunami.




No rhyme or reason: overproofed bread, OB tampons, alegra textbook, etc. 




Sours, from our trees.




I was sick of his grungy shirt so I ripped it. Then he finished it off. 




Ball-cifier.




Baby robins in a pear tree.
photo credit: my younger son




The campers prepare.




Practicing for a very special event: stay tuned!

This same time, years previous: burnt cheesecake, teen club takes Puerto Rico, roasted zucchini parmesan, twist and shout, better iced coffee, in recovery, blueberry pie, dark chocolate zucchini cake, a break in the clouds.

2 comments:

  1. Incredibly envious of your produce tsunami. Those sour cherries will make the most fabulous pies!

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