Turkey Tracks: September 3, 2018
Hot Weather Lunch
I am way, way, way behind on posting to the blog.
But life has been busy for me lately. I’ve had a lot of lovely rich life experiences taking place. Among them a visit from old Falls Church, VA, friends Terry and Bob Zawacki—after 14 years. They took pictures, but I, as often happens when I am busy and happy, did not get a single one of them. Betsy Maislen arrived the same day for her annul volunteering on the J&E Riggin windjammer boat. (She comes to me when the boat is in port.). We all had a lobster dinner here. AND, I have been preparing to take in another dog—a rescue from Arkansas. More on that ongoing adventure in another post.
Up here in mid-coast Maine, we think we’re truly suffering when the temps go up to 80+ and humidity rises. Few people have air-conditioners, so the heat is…felt. Suffered… We do a lot of whining.
I also make “hot weather lunches.” Here is one:
Salted ricotta cheese (find one that does not have additives), apple, beets, cukes, carrots, orange bell pepper.