Monday, March 30, 2009

Now For Something Completely Differnt.

Once back form the shortest interview I was in kind of a funk. I wanted to go to the gym but didn't think working out while completely distracted would be such a great idea. I went for a run instead. I recently discovered there is a nifty running path by our building. It's not a very long loop but good enough when you just want to run and not think. I think I ended up doing four laps around before I realized I was getting awfully tired and it was starting to get dark.

The good thing is that I was so distracted by the replay of the shortest interview ever that I didn't even notice the lazy-ass burn (or fat-ass burn) until I got into the building. But all was good shortly after. I got the inspiration to make turkey lasagna after discovering a new supermarket in the area with a really nice meat section. Aaron even liked the turkey sausage I used to line the bottom of the dish. It goes back to him being Jewish. While he doesn't keep Kosher at all, it's still hard to shake the life-long aversion to all things pork or pork-like (except hot dogs. He outright ignores what those are made of. Don't ask, I don't know). I am breaking him in though. He really likes turkey bacon and now really likes chicken and turkey sausage. Huzzah! score two for the Gentile!


Dizzy Vizzy said...

Bacon tastes good, pork chops taste good....maybe you should whisper to him as he sleeps...

BeeOhVee said...

I've tried that. Sadly he counters with, "Sinner!" :D

He said he's very curious to try pork again. He tried it once but really didn't like the dish he was eating. I told him that he hasn't tried anything like my Mom's stuffed pork chops with curried apricot glaze. LORD! I'm salivating just thinking about it. He said he'd give it a shot one day. Ah well, more for me.