Copacetic

It appears that the unintended side effect of yesterday’s post was that I am now fielding multiple offers from concerned family members and friends to buy me groceries. Heh. (p.s. Thank you – the thought is very much appreciated.)

That was not my intention when writing – it was more a state of the union mixed in with a little “recipe” that I now know, thanks to Mike, is properly called “domatorizo” among many other things, I’m sure.

Everything is fine. Everything is more than fine. Everything is zen.

Now let’s all go listen to some Tumbled Sea and reflect on how amazing this cold weather is in both its intensity and its brevity. Tomorrow night I will be dining at Branchwater Tavern with my father, tucked in and cozy, eating popcorn with duck fat and all will be right with the world.

6 responses to “Copacetic

  1. Whatever. We’re still going grocery shopping this weekend. Parents can’t help themselves, you know🙂

  2. Popcorn with duck fat???? I have to try that at some point. Zen is good! Happy for you.

    When’s the last time you had a pint and a basket of fried crap?

  3. Thank you for making me aware of The Tumbled Sea. It’s amazing good.

  4. Popcorn with duck fat?!?!? How have I not thought of this before? And, that’s what I’m making when Nick get’s home tonight and wants a snack. Oh, who am I kidding? I just want to try it. 🙂

  5. That is the first time I have heard of that one! Will try it soon. Hope all is well.🙂

  6. Ah, Popcorn with Duck?? Don’t forget cheese, eggs, pastry (easy) are good on the budget too! I don’t want you to starve.

    Country Tart with Swiss Cheese!

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