March 5th, 2018

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Duck Eggs

We tried the duck eggs, scrambled with a little Comte cheese.  They could've used more cheese, but were quite good.  There is a subtle yet distinct difference between duck eggs and  chicken eggs.  These were a little richer and sweeter, with a faint fishy taste.  They're also the size of extra-large chicken eggs, and a very pale grayish-green color.  I imagine they were a normal greenish-gray duck color before someone scrubbed off as much of it as possible.  Not something I'd buy every day, because they're expensive, but nice for an occasional treat.  Certainly I'd eat them if they weren't twice the price of chicken eggs. 

We still have half the carton left, and will make quiche with that and the dill cheese.
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Monday Update 3-5-18

These are some posts from the later part of last week in case you missed them:
Encouraging Physical Activity in Terramagne
Poem: "Pick Out the Best Parts"
New Birdfeeder (rough sanding)
Going Nonverbal
Poem: "senbazuru"
Poem: "Advice from the Heavenly Empress"
Today's Adventures
Poem: "What You're Afraid to Ask For"
Poem: "One Call Away"
New Birdfeeder (smooth sanding)
Poem: "Ten Minutes in the Life of a Pear"
Emotional Intimacy Question: Fame
Rose & Bay Awards
Poetry Fishbowl Report for February 6, 2018
Slice-of-Life Bingo Card 2-28-18
Cuddle Party


Poetry in Microfunding:
"Always Repay the Cost" belongs to the Antimatter & Stalwart Stan and Dr. Infanta threads of Polychrome Heroics.  It has 20 new verses.  Dr. Infanta gathers what she'll need to heal Fiddlesticks.

"Time to See What I Can Do" belongs to the Shiv thread of Polychrome Heroics.  Luci decides to work on her pirate queen costume at Blues Moon.


The weather has been temperate here.  Today it's gray and damp.  Seen at the birdfeeders this week: a large flock of sparrows, a large flock of mourning doves, several cardinals, some dark-eyed juncoes, two grackles, and a house finch.  Leafing out: crocus, blue grape hyacinths, tulips, daffodils, miniature iris, peonies.  In bloom: snowdrops, maple.  Buds are visible on the eranthis but not open yet.