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A San Francisco Girl's Down and Dirty Adventures in the Culinary Playground

Thursday, August 30, 2007

Time For Posole

Jon and I are headed to a wedding in New Mexico tomorrow. All I can say is thank Christ for that. We are desperate to get away and recharge after what I can only describe as a hideously awful week.

I realize I haven't been a very good whore lately. I'm sorry, really. If you knew the insanity that has been in my world recently, you might not hate on me.

On a positive note, the week's haps inspired Jon and I to eat fancy dinner at La Folie last night, which was charming as always, and I stopped being such a pussy and drank a 1/2 glass of Champage -- the first alcohol that has passed my lips in the 30 weeks I've been growing Diner #3. Something about a French sommelier can make me do just about anything. On another positive note, sometimes being in hell inspires you to finally find a permanent way out, which I have done. I think we can all drink to that.

The book deadline is Friday. After that, I'm only writing for you, sweetcheeks.


"To eat is a necessity. To eat intelligently is an art."
-- La Rochefoucauld


Blogger Sam said...

I read this as I take a night cap of hangar one raspberry and on hearing that news the last gulp is definitely in honour of you! congratulations!


9/03/2007 11:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think you're awesome. When I remember being pregnant in the last few weeks, I can't believe how much energy you must have to write a book and fly to a wedding. All I wanted to do was sit in our backyard and watch the sprinklers. (Very hypnotizing and soothing to me, for some reason...)

9/05/2007 10:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"A good whore" ... is that kind of like the hooker with the heart of gold?

Have fun in NM -- let's compare notes. I used to live in Santa Fe. Like a lifetime ago.

9/05/2007 7:17 PM  
Blogger Alice Q. Foodie said...

Congrats on polishing off the book!Hope you enjoyed Santa Fe - and I hope it wasn't too horribly hot! We were there a year or so ago -the enchiladas and sopaipillas are worth the trip alone in my book! They have some good fancy restaurants too - I really liked Geronimo.

9/06/2007 9:08 AM  

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