Did you notice something different with my blog today?!
I have a new mast head!!!!! We use to call it a mast head back in my college days, but it might no longer be called that, since the Papa Bear, who is knee deep in the computer field didn't know what a mast head was... I wasn't sure if I liked the two corner pictures on the bottom being bigger than the rest to provide a nook for the 'www.epicureandebauchery.com', but I think it's grown on me. I know you never see the 'www.epicureandebauchery.com' address, but I think it's easier to remember and fits in the nook better. Do you like it? Next on my list of blog improvement projects is to update my Links section. I started with some additions, but it's a work in progress...
Since I haven't quite finished off my grant proposal (due 5 PM on Monday), this is going to be a SHORT post. I'm procrastinating big time. My mast head - key procrastination tool. Oh well, it's 99 % done, and after all, I have until 5 PM tomorrow, right?
Check this out:
The goodness of Spring packed into a sandwich lunch. Where do you think I took this picture?
Here's a hint:
Yup, what you see is goat cheese and prosciutto. If you've been reading my recent posts, this is a dead give-away. Yes, I made this!
I sliced some wonderful Redwood Hill Farm Bucheret I had left over and piled it onto Vital Vittles 9-Grain bread I got at the Pleasanton Farmer's market. Also included were my Berkeley farmer's market lettuce and tomato, along with some left-over prosciutto. It didn't need anything else - mustard, mayo, ketchup, or anything else would've ruined the glorious Summer this sandwich predicted.
I sat outside in my front patio, enjoying the green hills, the quiet creek, and the Spring breeze while chomping on my sandwich. There couldn't have been a better choice for dessert than the luscious, juicy strawberries, straight from the Pleasanton Farmer's Market that morning.