Doo, doo, doo …

… lookin’ out my back door:



Not the greatest shots from the greatest angles, but the sunset was too pretty to ignore this evening.

This weather is just the way I like it: cold enough for a fire at night, but warm enough to go out and take advantage of the sunshine during the day. I did lunch with Joy, which means I totally forgot to eat because I was too busy taking Holga pictures along 11th Street.

I made it up to myself by fixing a four-egg omelet with fresh eggs, a splash of leftover cream from my truffle project, and some leftover mozzarella and cheddar cheese from last week. I cooked it in real butter over the woodstove, which heated up quickly once I stoked the fire a wee bit. That stove is perfect for omelets. It’s a nice, even heat that just browns the bottom to perfection and cooks the whole thing quickly, but very gently. I have to finish a project and do some studying this evening, but if time allows, I will head out to the grocery store later to pick up some ingredients for chili and posole. I’m basically turning the living room into a second kitchen for the winter.

Hope you’re having a good evening.