… and raspberries fresh from Mrs. Hoge’s garden with a salmon omelette and Kona coffee for lunch.
… with Kona coffee for breakfast.
Mrs. Hoge and I dined on Chinese food this evening. If your ever in Westminster and want a good Chinese meal, Mrs. Hoge and I both recommend Forbidden City in the strip mall on the SW corner of Route 140 and Englar Road.
UPDATE—Mrs. Hoge’s fortune cookie read, “Your winsome smile will be your sure protection.”
My former codefendant Michelle Malkin has a post up at NRO that looks at recent bit of photo-op activism by Gwyneth Paltrow. (H/T, Instapundit) It was a bit of agitation for “improved” SNAP benefits by posing with a haul of “poverty” groceries: seven limes, a tomato, one head of garlic, a bunch of scallions, bags of brown rice, black beans and peas, a package of corn tortillas, one avocado, a yam, an ear of corn, a dozen eggs, and bunches of kale, lettuce, and cilantro.
Even some lefties have been complaining about Paltrow’s inadvertent mockery of their attempt to draw attention to their cause of expanding the SNAP program, but given the life the actress leads which is so disconnected from the real world … this sentence from Ms. Malkin’s article puts things in perspective.
OK, it’s not as painful as her last $5,200 Thermage session in Santa Monica, but still, she really, really does feel the agony of the ordinary.
$5,200 would go a long way toward feeding a lot of needy families via Carroll Food Sunday or thousands of other such community efforts around the country.
Coffee comes in five descending stages: Coffee, Java, Jamoke, Joe, and Carbon Remover.
Crab cakes at Timbuktu.