02 September 2008

Yes, Cameron

I will marry you. I was wondering when you'd ask.



...not food-related at all, but we just watched Ferris Bueller's Day Off and I was far too overcome to not publicly accept his proposal.

For dinner, we had a veritable smorgasbord of nostalgic New Orleanian food (even though technically we now know that we should all be home in a few days): Langenstein's red beans, which I sometimes (but only sometimes, in all fairness, because I am a waxing diabetic and consequently favor my sweets a bit more) believe to be better than ice cream. Also present was some delicious chicken and andouille gumbo, which was so delectable and so perfectly seasoned and so singularly New Orleans, and which inspired musings on the delightful shreddedness of the chicken (which happens naturally when you cook it down long enough; it's actually so so so comforting and not at all repelling). For dessert were stuffed green bell peppers (and I don't even really like green bell peppers)- this stuffing? It's like nothing I could've fathomed before. You know the sheer incomprehensibility of the universe, because humans have never experienced anything to which we can liken it? It's kind of like that.

Oh, and Grace and I did go on an *EMERGENCY* run earlier to the grocery store when we were seized with cravings for Ben & Jerry's. It all started when she imparted to me the gorgeous secret that is Chubby Hubby. Thank God she was wrong when she said it was discontinued, because where else can you find chocolate-covered, peanut-butter-stuffed pretzels in ice cream? Nowhere, I tell you. Nowhere.

P.S. Rum raisin ice cream is officially for old people only.

3 comments:

Jenna said...

THANK GOD!
Chubby Hubby is without a doubt the best B&J ice cream to ever exist!

vermilionaire said...

HEY REMY
MY NAME IS CAROLINE MALOUSE
YOU MAY REMEMBER ME

YOU MAY RECALL THAT THE FIRST PICTURE IS ON MY FACEBOOK
IT WAS MY DEFAULT ONCE

i hope you can forgive me for all the capital letters

Gramps said...

OK, Remy. I suppose that I am one of the "old people" (although I don't really feel like "old people". Having said that I must protest your characterization of rum raisin being "officially for old people" since rum raisin is one of my favorites.

As for dinner at Ciroli's, I hadn't realized how much I enjoyed it until I read your review. Maybe I was enjoying the company too much. Maybe I had too much wine! lol.

Love you,

Gramps