[writing] A grand weekend at the Oregon coast

As reported here by , and I enjoyed a grand weekend at the Oregon coast in good company. David hosted a workshop that included himself, , , , Mr. , Corie C., and of course, us.

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The suspects, photo by C. Amberdine.

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I managed to finish the current round of edits on the Sekrit Projekt, plus critique a rather excellent story by , while produced 7,000 words on Our Lady of the Islands. Others various wrote, revised, plotted or knitted.

Also, I cooked. The menu was:

Friday evening

Appetizers of fruit, chips and salsa
Cheese course of Pierre Robert, St. Agur and Sottocenere al Tartuffo
Chicken and pork in insanely simple marinade [ jlake.com | LiveJournal ]
Thai rice
Green salad
German chocolate cake

Saturday morning

French toast with real maple syrup
Pepper bacon
Fruit
Cereal

Saturday lunch

Sandwiches
Chips
Ginger chocolate chip cookies [ jlake.com | LiveJournal ]

Saturday evening

Momos [ jlake.com | LiveJournal ]
Roasted cauliflower
Steamed broccoli
Green salad

Sunday morning
French toast with real maple syrup
Pepper bacon
Fruit
Cereal

Sunday lunch

Sandwiches
Chips
Leftover smorgasbord

And yes, I did manage to nick a vein in my left index finger while slicing bread Friday evening.

2 thoughts on “[writing] A grand weekend at the Oregon coast

  1. Phiala says:

    I could really use a weekend like that. Sometimes the best way to restore enthusiasm and motivation is to spend time with people with the same enthusiasms and objectives. My life is sorely lacking in that right now.

    Sounds like a wonderful time, and it was good of you to remember the blood sacrifice. It’s so often neglected nowadays.

    The ginger chocolate chip cookie recipe (so cleverly labeled potato salad) will go on my to-do list for after we finish the Asian pear cobbler.

    1. Jay says:

      Heh. There was a potato salad recipe, too. Somewhere…

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