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Hopefully you all had a happy and safe New Years Eve! We had a great time here, had some delicious martinis and some bubbly to ring in the midnight hour.
And as much as we aren’t really “New Years Resolution” people we have decided we are going to try and cook recipes out of some of the plethora of cookbooks we own at least 2 or 3 times a week. We started with a delicious Massaman Curry, and I will tell you that toasting and using fresh, whole spices is without a doubt the best way to cook… The flavors and smells are just unmatched!
And to boot they just look amazing!
The new year started out at Costco pretty mellow, I was there at 9:55 this morning and it was relatively empty… That was OK! It was a nice way to ease myself into my 2020 Costco adventures I think.
Has anyone tried the Turmeric pills before??? I’d be tempted to try them but would love to hear if anyone has any experience with them, let me know in the comments section!
The last 3 items on my list there are essentials for me. We love using Avocado oil (as I’ve mentioned in blogs passed, using the proper oils for cooking and salads is important!) and, well the cats need to eat and still won’t get jobs and buy their own food so… That’s up to me. Thus when Friskies goes on sale I usually stock up on it as running out of cat food prompts a near revolt in the household! And Tuna? Well a classic Tuna fish sandwich is nothing to scoff at and I’ll tell ya, I like to put a few salt and vinegar chips on my tuna sandwiches, they add a nice salty punch & crunch! (some others are not a fan of this though, but I love it!)
On the note of food, we’re keeping it nice and simple tonight. Plain pasta with freshly chopped local garlic and chili peppers (maybe a few capers) and olive oil, nice ‘n simple but darned delicious!
Well good evening folks, welcome to 2020! (and all the “hindsight being 20/20” puns I can think of, sorry in advance) And while Dexter and Ewok are a bit ashamed of the holiday weight they put on, a surprise visitor today we had today was not.
Just having a feast at the bird feeders… No wonder those are empty so quickly.
Happy new year everyone, see you soon!
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Costco Flyer Sales Jan 6th – 12th 2019
Costco Executive Member Sales Jan 6th – 12th 2019
Costco Kingston Meat Department sales Jan 6th – 12th 2019