Sunday, November 1, 2009

Claude and me...





SO, other than someone firing a shotgun in my general direction, Saturday twas quite good. Went again 50 miles north to Syracuse to buy the clay supplies, and stopped at the Everson Museum to see the Turner to Cezanne show. Holy cats its good---this MONET was there, and this pic does NOT show how lovely and shimmery the water was, plus you turn another corner to find a Van Gogh, there were Renoirs, Manets, Cezannes--Omigosh!
A wee stop at Nance's gallery, Nance wasn't there but Donald was in his festive orange checked shirt, and Kyushu for dinner. The missus has decided edamame is a new addiction, and I renewed my addiction to wasabe sauce. Do you know wasabe sauce? It is a light green dragon of a hot paste you put onto your veggie sushi roll and it CLEARS out your nasal passages like a dpepth charge...

10 comments:

Gallow said...

mmmmm wasabe...

nickandmiri said...

Only thing better than straight wasabe is wasabe peas! So tasty!

SLADE said...

There's nothing worse in this life than wasabi.

HP said...

I bought Sushi a couple weeks ago at Weggies, never tried Wasabe. Well, I put it on like it was ketchup. HOLY COW!

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

THE MORE WASABE THE BETTER :)

Pauline said...

oh ya, gotta have wasabi, the more fiery the better

Cheri @ Blog This Mom! said...

Wait. Whoa. Shotgun? What did I miss? Oy. Vey.

Hilary said...

I love Impressionist art.. saw a lot of it in Boston and NYC some years back. SIgh!

Chelle said...

Edamame is AMAZING. So's wasabe, of course.

In fact, there's a place not far from here that serves wasabe-flavoured ice cream. No kidding.

~ Sil in Corea said...

Wasabi is definitely one of the first lines of defense when the swine flu is around. Lovely stuff! I agree that edamame is addictive, cause I love to play with my food. ;-)