Emily and Molly)photography blog, Habit. I'm flattered to be included. I've been perusing the beautiful photos and snippets of days for over a year- this month they've invited everyone to participate through flickr. It is a thrilling to see one of my photos pop up while I'm checking my blog stream!
These tomatoes, by the way, went into a delicious cobbler that I've been playing around with for several years. Last night's version included goat feta, basil, and a cornmeal pastry crust. This is one of my favorite dishes- I always freeze several gallons of cherry tomatoes so that I can make this over the winter. It is one of my favorite things to serve at Thanksgiving.
I had a good market day Saturday- the best I've had since the opening weekend. I'm grateful for that, and grateful for the enthusiasm for the butter crocks. Several people have talked to me about making plates over the weekend, so I've thrown a few and am waiting for them to dry enough to trim them. Plates are hard work and expensive, but I'm up for a challenge. I don't think I'll be too upset if they don't happen, though. There is little that's as frustrating as opening the kiln and finding that your hours of work amounted to several cracked plates. Or berry bowls. Or whatever. Cracks are no fun.
I hope your weekend was good, and that your work week's gotten off to a good start.
*since it is Monday, here's my Monday story. I drove my old reliable 15 year old volvo wagon to the bank. I sat in the drive through, where velva-the-volvo entered her death throes. She passed out. In the drive-through lane. Gary had to come and give me a jump, then go to get the battery checked and find that she needs a new alternator. If she weren't 15, this wouldn't be a deal-killer, but she is. And I talked to my mechanic, and he recommended a test drive of another-but-newer- 850. Think good thoughts for us, will you?