Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Like the Trembling Heart of a Captive Bird

Here are some docks on a frozen lake.

And yesterday, I was exhausted. Not surprising after my weekend, but I had a hard time staying awake at work. The Guy was also feeling pretty tired. So, we just gave us another Get Out of Jail Free card night.

I had leftover salmon and brie left, so we just cut up some red onions and got some greens and put the salmon and brie on bread and toasted it all up and then served it with some roasted red potato soup. It turned out very, very well.

I made a pot of lentil soup for tonight, but didn't really feel like doing a whole hell of a lot else. I asked The Guy if he wouldn't mind watching Play Misty for Me and he was all for it.

I hadn't seen that movie in forever.It is definitely of its time (1971). Clint Eastwood is a super cheesy DJ who plays jazz and recites poetry over the air. It's not hard to understand why someone would want to kill him...Just kidding. Like The Guy said, all cheese aside, that movie had plenty of things going for it. I'm assuming a lot of Fatal Attraction was taken from it.


laura b. said...

That little dinner with leftovers sounds wonderful! Yum.
I haven't seen Play Misty for Me in years. May be one worth seeking out again.

dmarks said...

I imagine Clint Eastwood reciting poetry about Detroit in the modern era.

"You feel lucky, all you punks out in radio-land? Go ahead, make Detroit's day"

Mrs. Hairy Woman said...

I don't think I have ever seen that one.. Mostly his other ones with Dirty Harry in them.. Get out of jail free card is handy..

Love the sounds of the food.. Have you ever thought about catering?

Tara said...

That's a great shot of the docks!

silly rabbit said...

I remember Play Misty For Me. I think you are right... that had to be some of the inspiration for Fatal Attraction. It was a good movie.

Both meals sound yummy to me. Sometimes a simple bowl of soup hits the spot.

That picture is awesome.