the quotidian (1.27.20)

Quotidian: daily, usual or customary; 
everyday; ordinary; commonplace
From the photos I find on my camera, it seems the kids eat better 
when I’m gone than when I’m at home.
I just may have discovered the formula for perfectly textured biscotti!
Scallions to make scallion oil: for a noodle recipe we didn’t much like.
Berry buttercream swirls for the buttermilk lemon berry cake.
I guess it’s easier to get out a new container than to wash and refill an old one?
For the thirteen-year-old chili maker: explicit instructions.
He took the job seriously. 
Ellie climbs stairs.
They used to tool around on trikes. Now it’s ambulances.
His white coat ceremony: in which we attend our first-ever academic event. 
Don’t leave the coffee maker open. Because if you do, a plant may fall in it.

This same time, years previous: a new routine, what kind of stove should we buy?, omeletty egg bake, the quotidian (1.25.16), lazy stuffed cabbage rolls, the quotidian (1.27.14), world’s best pancakes, five things, corn tortillas.

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