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Monthly Archives: December 2008
Today we had a visit from our niece, Julia, whom I have not seen since 1995, at which time she was beating the daylights out of her younger brother, Max. Julia’s fiance, Brian, was with her. Turns out he’s a … Continue reading
Happy Christmas to everyone! Here are a couple photos of portions of our Christmas dinner. We made prime rib with the usual suspects, like creamed spinach and a large Yorkshire pudding, which Matthew snapped while it was still in the oven. … Continue reading
The most wonderful day of the year, Christmas Eve, and the weather outside was rainy, which is the best you can do in these parts. Matthew, Mutti and I went to Nation’s to have a quick bite before going off … Continue reading
A recent hankering by one of the residents here for pulled pork sammies created the need for a large hunk of slow-roasted pork. One trip to Smart & Final later, I was well on the road. I make my pulled … Continue reading
The place that replaced the place that replaced the other place at the cursed location of Dartmouth Street and San Pablo Avenue in Albany seems to have caught on. Zaki’s Kebob Cafe (1101 San Pablo Avenue, Albany) offers heartfelt Middle … Continue reading