Knowing I’d be at work late, I planned to have leftover beef stew tonight. Which was a good idea.
I heated up the stash I’d made for the occasion. I bought five baby bok bhoy heads at the Bowl on Friday and I washed and cut up three of those into about 1″ pieces, and cooked them in about 1 Tbsp of butter, with a bit of salt, until they were seriously cooked.
D made a new no-knead bread today. He thinks he used (yesterday, when mixing the dough) 2 cups Central Milling Company white flour and 1 cup King Arthur bread flour (blue), adding in the Grape Nuts fines (not visible in the bread!).
D picked out another of the new “tester” wines we got at Vino yesterday: Chateau Bas L’Alvernegue, Coteaux d’Aix en Provence, 2010. It’s a really delicious light red wine, and cost only $9.95 – imported by Grape Expectations, which usually suggests a winner. Bonus: only 12.5% alcohol! So we will definitely buy more of this one.