Oh my stew! (aka Weekly Photo Challenge: Everyday Life)

There’s not much to say about this week’s photo challenge. It’s about Everyday Life. Today’s life includes typing with awkward fingers (taped up with Castor Oil to hopefully remove these nasty infection things… bleh!!), being both rejected and accepted for job interviews, talking to a very nice Sage representative on the phone, eating cookies, and making stew. My pictures are of these last two :)

First the cookie shot!

Then the stew pictures…. if only you could smell it. AHHHHHHH!!! About to go eat some now :D

There you have it. My family’s version of Irish Stew. Potatoes, carrots, onions, a little pinot grigio (all we had around), rosemary and a lot of water. Stew it up for a few hours and oh, the yum factor hurts. Literally. I eat too much every time :)

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23 thoughts on “Oh my stew! (aka Weekly Photo Challenge: Everyday Life)

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    • The most surprising thing about the stew is the rosemary. It wasn’t until last year that we started adding rosemary to our stews. Completely changed the flavor! Now they taste earthy and delicious :) What kind of stew will you make?

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    • I completely get that joke!!! It is frequently quoted in my house :) The response usually given is “No! You go make ME a sandwich woman!” whether the person (usually my brother) is a woman or not haha. I never knew about how Batiks are made. Very cool! Thanks for sharing!

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