A: We’ve become un-chatty in these later bloggin days.
T: Well, I’m sick. I have an excuse. What’s yours?
A: uhhh, who do you think gave you the illness? I’m still slightly sick as well.
T: That’s no excuse.
A: alright, alright, did I mention that I’m HOT? And I don’t mean sexy hot.
T: you should turn down the thermostat.
A: nah. I’ll cool off eventually.
T: I’m hot too, but I thought it was feverishness. I’m going to turn down the thermostat.
A: anyway, let’s cut to the chase. What’d you think of dinner?
T: This meal was a 9.39/10. Maybe even more. It was great. Oh my goodness cranberry and bleu cheese go well together. With pork particulary. oooowee. I agree with what you said earlier. It seemed like a winter/fall meal. It would make for a terrific holiday meal. But every day’s a holiday here at whatwereeating.com.
A: and T ain’t jokin, people. We live everyday as if it were a holiday.
T: yeah, we got to get jobs one of these days.
A: awww hush up.
T: ok, ok, we have jobs.
A: although with the number of hours I work sometimes it doesn’t feel like I have a job.
T: We might not have jobs in a couple of months.
A: yeah, uhh, we’re for sure not going to have jobs in a little under a couple of months. My last day of work is dec. 31.
T: I’m not sure when my last day is. I’ll have to check on that. Anyway, how’d you like tonight’s meal?
A: I liked it. I give this meal an 8.57/10.
T: what would you say kept this meal from getting a higher score?
A: perhaps it wasn’t even the meal, but my mood after cooking it. I was hot, and tired, and thought that I had screwed stuff up.
T: well, I was delighted to taste that you hadn’t.
A: well, thank you mr. Tyler. I also thought the cranberry and bleu cheese worked wonderfully together. I’ve never cooked with cranberries before tonight, although I have a huge bag left, so I’m sure they will appear in our meals soon. The pork, in my opinion, was a little overcooked. It was still juicy, but it was definately done.
T: I thought it was cooked just right. I couldn’t think of anything wrong with the amount of cookedness.
A: We’ll have to do a special thanksgiving edition from arkansas.
T: yes, indeed. That will be fun. We’ll have all kinds of guest cooks and raters. We’ll have to have several dishes pictured.
A: definately. I’m getting stoked.
T: We can donate all the proceeds to charity.
A: heh. Proceeds. I haven’t seen a proceed yet.
T: you never know, maybe by then we will be raking in the dough.
A: the only dough I imagine us raking in by thanksgiving is going to be one I create, out of flour and yeast.
T: yeah, with that attitude. Although it would be nice to see you creating dough.
A: perhaps this weekend. We’ll have guests in town, and maybe I’ll feel up to it.
T: goodnight, stay healthy.
Kwaherini mabibi na mabwana.