This evening had all the makings of a cold winter night. I totally blew off CardioFunk. I wasn’t in the mood to “break it down” because it was cold and cloudy. The husband and I decided we’d just go do a normal workout, but then I was freezing and didn’t want to leave my chilly house to go through the even colder weather to get into the gym (and you can imagine the look I gave him when he suggested we bike there!). The husband pointed out that the only time I am hot each day is while I’m working out, but that was still not enough motivation. So I stayed home and bundled up. And then of all movies, we watched Trans-Siberian. That was 4 hours ago. Now my computer tells me it’s 57* out there!?!??! Guess it’s getting warmer by the minute. I don’t know why I was so cold this afternoon!
While we were playing hookie, we made one of the best pizzas we ever have!!
The husband made some spelt sourdough dough to use as the base. We topped the crust with some tomato paste, sauteed mushrooms and green pepper, some chorizo from World Market my mom got him for Christmas, Mexican cheese and parmesan.
Of course the crust was the star of the show –
I made a big salad to go with it. Romaine, broccoli, cauliflower, carrot, pepper and walnuts – all drizzled in my sister and Matt’s Xmas gift of Fig Balsamic Vinegar and Lemon Olive Oil. SO WONDERFUL!
I couldn’t resist a half a slice more!
This afternoon I experimented with lots of blog themes on a test site and came to a conclusion: I think they are too advanced for me! Perhaps I should just keep KERF as is.
Karen dropped off Trans-Siberian. (She loves thrillers!) It was actually really good – but REALLY scary!!! Trans-Siberian and Valkyrie were both movies that I never would have gone to see or rented but I enjoyed both of them a lot.
I’m off to absorb more of the arts in book form 🙂