Monday: Children’s Book Week kick-off breakfast, hosted by the Children’s Book Council. It was held in a bank. Really. Then I ran around NYU, trying to get registered for a Food Studies class in the fall as a non-matriculated student (I failed). In the afternoon, a preview at Little, Brown. That night, my last French class of the semester. Voila! Le fin!
Tuesday: Work. Homework. Dinner. Watch “Dancing with the Stars.”
Wednesday: Work. Homework. Dinner.
Thursday: Preview at Random House in morning. Back to work by 1:00 for meeting. Leave work at 3:00 to go to Kew Gardens Hills to see program with Kirsten Miller (she’s awesome). Come home. Make dinner. Homework.
Friday: Career Day at the kiddo’s school where I try to make Queens Library sound cooler than Google (Adam is representin’, too – I’m gonna smoke him!). Work. Dinner. Week over.
It’s been one of those weeks. And here was my dinner menu this week:
Monday: Adam flew by the seat of his pants while I was at French class.
Tuesday: Orecchiette with Sausage and Broccoli Rabe (thanks, Giada)
Wednesday: Grilled Shrimp and Spinach Salad with Honey Vinaigrette (courtesy of Cooking Light - some of the best-flavored shrimp I've had to date)
Thursday: Penne with Vodka Sauce (thanks again, Giada…I hadn’t cooked Giada in ages so I thought I’d revisit some of my old faves from when I was just starting to cook)
Friday: Friday is the one night a week we eat in front of the TV, and we uncreatively call it “TV Dinner Night” and it’s sort of become a family ritual. Not to mention that it’s become a fun challenge to design a dinner that can be eaten picnic-style in front of the TV. So this Friday, it’s nachos.
Stick a fork in me. I’m so done with this week.
Eat, drink, and rejoice in Friday
shrimp and bleu cheese in the same dish? well how dee doo!
Oh, I know. Try it, Amy - you'll love it. Better still, come to NYC and eat it at our house.
Ooh, Kisten Miller. She rocks as does Kiki Strike...
Am eagerly awaiting the second book in paperback. And have gotten various people hooked.
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