It's Bike to Work Week, and this also includes the annual Ride of Silence and is capped by the Capital City Criterium. I'm also back at the Data Conference and I get to meet Tilly Kovanda for the first time.
It's raining in May; the governor declares it Bike Month; the Gardners are funny siblings; the gardens are making nice vegetables; Lincoln kicks off Bike to Work Week a day early; Melissa leaves Lincoln; Crete students graduate and celebrate; it rains as the week ends.
Kevin at Bread & Cup has put together a nice little run-down of the 24 hours leading up to one of their Market Meals. Amazing -- it really comes across like the grandmother preparing Thanksgiving dinner in terms of the care that goes into it. I'm so proud to live in a city that has this kind of symbiosis.
i found the following grocery list in FoodPride on A St.:3- 8oz pkg cream cheese1 Envelope Ranch dressingLime jello smmini marsh - multi1 No2 can crushed pineMayo1 c Nuts1 Cool whip
Love it when I wake up early enough to make a breakfast rather than just having a bowl of cereal. Recent kick: migas.
Take a couple corn tortillas, cut into strips, and toss into an omelet pan with a bit of olive oil. Add 2-3 eggs -- the ones from Common Good Farm are amazing right now that the chickens are eating all sorts of fresh greens -- and fry up. The beauty of having the tortilla in there is that making perfect over-easy eggs becomes almost too challenging to be worth it, and the whole mixture tastes great with the egg binding the tortilla strips together, so you just cook the mess until the eggs aren't too runny.
Serve with fresh greens -- mine are from Shadowbrook Farm -- cilantro, salsa, cheese if you like.
I made this for dinner. The morels were so delicious; I forgot to take a picture.
Language is awesome!
I love pushing the limits of relatively uncomplex consumer cameras, repurposing their pre-programmed photo modes for unintended and beautiful consequences of imagery. Here, "Starry Night" mode on the Panasonic Lumix TS-1 becomes more Mark Rothko painting than photograph as a 15-second exposure soaks in colors and attempts to white balance. See more this Friday at Roundscapes, 14th & O in the Parrish Building, where I'll be showing along with Jason Ortiz.
The Battlefield Pinhole Camera | DIYPhotography.net
This is just so beautiful...