Amateur Food Porn (Or, How I Spent My Weekend) – Julie Devereaux
May 2nd, 2016
BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND - MARCH 26: A customer of Asher's Bakery eats one of their cupcakes on March 26, 2015 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Ashers, a Christian-run bakery triggered a discrimination row when it refused to bake a cake for the gay rights group Queerspace who had ordered the cake for an anti-homophobic event in May, 2014. The court action was brought by the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland, after the Newtownabbey-based business turned down an order for the cake bearing the slogan 'Support gay marriage'. The body claims Ashers' decision infringes on equality laws, and raises questions over when and how businesses can refuse service due to sexual orientation, religious belief or political opinion. (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images).
I’ll admit it. I’m livin’ the life. Here are a few shots from this past weekend.
I threw this on while working around the house (the new Santana album. I wanted to get a vinyl copy but it was sold out!).
Took an awesome bike ride Saturday afternoon down Quincy Shore Drive (preppin’ for the PMC!). A few weeks ago I stumbled on this Civil War burial ground but didn’t have my phone on me. This time I did and I took a couple shots.
Here’s another pic. It’s tucked away in the woods and yes, fenced in. There’s a plaque with the story of this secluded cemetery nearby.
Sunday morning breakfast: poached eggs on french bread topped with roasted tomatoes and thyme. fancy!
Food shopping. On sale, 2 for $6. I really wanted to taste ’em. I had one of each and brought the rest to work. I liked the cinnamon flavor but the red velvet? eh.
I made strata yesterday. You have to leave it in the fridge at least 6 hours or overnight. I picked overnight and cooked it up this morning for breakfast. mmmmm.
Popovers. Lots of eggs. Sorta healthy?
And yes, I did make it to the gym both days; yoga Saturday, head to toe class Sunday…my ongoing quest to find my waist. (this was taken in the ladies room!)