I was at the Boiler Room and The Tube the other night, and wasn’t even drinking (much), and just dropped my camera onto the floor of the Tube… now the lens/shutter thing is stuck out. I need to take it in for a repair, but haven’t had time, yet!
So, here’s some pictures of Sunday before I dropped my trusty companion:
I biked up to John and Garrett’s house at Killingsworth and 60th. John worked in the garden while Garrett and I moved racks and pans and baking ingredients back into the Back to Eden Bakery. I did a lot of dishes.
That’s the bakery, with a shot of my mimosa in there. 🙂 For those who are wondering, the bakery itself is a commercial-grade bakery, attached to their house, and the storefront, where all the goods are going to be sold, is located at Alberta and 22nd.
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I rode down to the park by Rob’s house, where a group of us all played frisbee for awhile before all biking off to Hopworks Brewpub on Powell on 29th.
I got this beer sample to share with Craig. They do have pretty good vegan options there, like vegan pizza, sandwiches, veggies, and pita. I ate some veggies and hummus,which was alright. I really liked the IPA the best and Rob likes their Survival 7-grain stout. I think it’s his absolute favorite of any beers. Listen to the description:
Beer of the Ancients! Barley (Egyptian), Wheat (Mesopotamian), Oats (Egyptian), Amaranth (Aztec), Quinoa (Incan), Spelt (Mesopotamian), and Kamut (Egyptian) sustain the soul with a nutrients cultivated through the millennia. Finished with 15 pounds of cold-pressed Stumptown Hairbender espresso. Unlock the mystery entombed in darkness.
15 Degrees Plato
I went to the bathroom before we left, and guess what it says in there?
We all parted ways after that. I arrived home and promptly napped. I think I had biked about 15 or 16 miles by this time, at least.
After I made some tamale pie (I’m trying not to eat wheat this week–it’s definitely making me think outside the box! I’m kind of enjoying the challenge.) I headed down to the Boiler Room. My friend Chester (her first name is Melissa, but we all just call her by her last name) was back in town for a week.
We all sang and danced.
I think this was to Copacabana, which, I just found out, is a really sad song! I kind of wanted to cry.
Then a group of us headed to Tube, which has an amazing happy hour, but we had just missed it. I’m coming back for the vegan ham and cheese sandwiches! Soon!!!!!!!!
Here’s Rob, taking the obligatory picture of himself:
Everytime we go out, or sometimes when we’re just pallin’ around, he whips out my camera and takes about a jillion pictures of himself, all from different angles, usually making silly-putty type faces.
He’s quite funny. 🙂
Okay, well, I’ve made some yummy recipes the last few days for Tami’s cookbook, but can’t take pictures. Augh!
I made 3 pepper hummus, which is ultra-spicy, and ultra-delicious.
Hashbrowns for Rob and I yesterday morning. Mmmmmm. Potatoes for breakfast are a rare treat for me, and they were worth it!
And, finally, CRISPY BOTTOMED PEANUT BUTER PIE.
Oh my word. I think this may be the most decadent delicious dessert, ever. Seriously. You will have to buy her cookbook just for this one recipe.
I’m off to work, hopefully I’ll get my camera fixed soon for some more picture!