July is always bittersweet, but more sweet than bitter. I celebrated the month with family and friends.
My thesis proposal passed, and I am working on it this summer and fall. The plan is to have it wrapped up and defended by
Thanksgiving. Then what? We shall see. I enjoy teaching and writing.
Today is our seventeenth wedding anniversary. We're going to go to dinner and then weather permitting, we'll go to the beach and
take in a sunset.
Hope your summer is going well!
Sunday, July 06, 2014
I renewed a cookbook from the library. (Yes, you heard me correctly, I renewed it. I usually don't renew cookbooks.) The title is called Clean Green Drinks: 100+ Cleansing Recipes to Renew & Restore Your Body and Mind by Candice Kumai. I decided I wanted to try out a clean, green drink.
There are three ingredients in The Cucumber Cleanser. That's my kind of recipe:
1 Fuji apple, quartered
2. 2 cups kale
3. 1 large cucumber
Add all ingredients in a juicer and mix. (Be sure to peel the cucumber first. Steve and I searched the kitchen for a potato peeler.) I was lazy and didn't want to deal with the juicer, so I tried using the blender. There
really is a difference between a juicer and a blender. The smoothie is very green with bits of red from the apple. The "smoothie" tastes a lot like cucumber. There is no taste of kale, which is good for a beverage, and a tiny taste of apple.
Steve was brave enough to sample the "smoothie". He pursed his lips and took the tiniest sip. He didn't flinch.
"Not too bad," he said. "I probably wouldn't drink this so much." (Texture is an issue for him.)
I am half sipping and half chewing the "smoothie". I may attempt this again and remember to strain the veggies. In fact, I may purchase this book from Amazon--and actually use it. :)
Update on Sake Sakura: We will be making an appointment to get Sake's MRI. It's been really hot and our schedules have been nuts,...
Hello-- The lilies are in full bloom in the garden Chez Sigety, so it must be July. A couple of months have passed since the last post, so...
Hello! Here are some pics from the late spring/summer so far in no particular order. Indiana Library Federation Conference at IUSB ...
Isn't it interesting how a simple, one-line post on social media can inspire a person to write more about it on a blog? Yes, that is w...