Pardon my photo skills, but I forgot to include 15 pounds of $18/pound COSTCO Prime Rib-Eyes. We started with $13/pound Wagyu Chuck Steak from Miyazaki (other cuts go up to $80/pound), and the general consensus was that you couldn't tell apart Japanese chuck from American ribeye by taste test. Also, sausages, chicken, corn, musubi, sushi, salad and various red wines, plus beer and soft drinks:
Even tablecloth and a table for wives:
Husbands and wives sit next to each other for three meals/day, so this became just like when families get together. We almost felt sorry for those in the Dining Room, and the evening ended soon after the sun set:
Well, it turned out that I forgot to bring down my half pound ribeye (plus mashed potatoes and bread) from Ruth Chris from a week ago. The raw meat was kind of turning brown, and was not ideal for freezing, so I had it for lunch today, some Merlot from last night and green tea:
Note in particular my herb garden: various mints, two kinds of basil, red and green chiso, arugula, Japanese cucumber plants and Hawaiian hot pepper.
A week ago I reported on 15 Craigside going to Ruth's Chris Steakhouse (it never ends--next week Thursday we go to Chef Mavro's, ranked by Gayot as the best restaurant in Hawaii for eight straight years), and all the postings since then, save for two on Oscar (and I thought my extreme makeover of him was particularly brilliant), were on meat. Readership precipitously fell, so I guess I should return to the theme of Planet Earth and Humanity. Tomorrow, perhaps, my weekly update on solar energy. On the other hand, my energy articles seem to draw among the smallest number of readers, so.....