First and most importantly, my friend Peter returned this book to me after borrowing it in 1995, fifteen years ago.
I think it's safe to guess what I'm going to be doing this weekend. Both Peter and I marked which episodes we had seen in here too. I wonder if kids in 2020 will do this with "Full House" and "Saved by the Bell?" What a question. I am sure there will be college courses and PhD programs devoted to those masterpieces. I'm sure the original 90210 will have libraries of books analyzing its impact on society and culture.
I made Cooking Light Turkey Jambalaya and it was a big hit. It wasn't hard to make and it tasted like I slaved away at it all day, always a good thing.
The corn and bread casually tossed on the plate really classes up this picture, wouldn't you say? Truly, food photography is my calling.
Anyway, we enjoyed "American Idol," although I find it a little disturbing that three contestants sound exactly like Jewel. I think my favorite girl might be Siobhan, although her quirkiness might grate on my nerves in like 14 seconds, so we shall see.
For dessert, Peter and John brought cream puffs from Beard Papa's, which apparently is a franchise from Japan. They were delicious.
Poor John had hurt his back and spent most of the evening walking around like Frankenstein and sitting stiffly and in pain in a chair, but Coop was extremely happy to see Uncle Peter, who is his favorite male in the world, by far.
All in all, it was a great evening. Now excuse me as I'm off to do some important doctoral research on the Brady Bunch episode where Greg accidentally dyes his hair green.