After another stressful day, family members and I headed to the new Whole Foods in Cupertino. While it didn’t get to 100°, it came close. Earlier, I made peanut brittle for photographing purposes, and that was more than enough cooking for one day.
We emerged with two kinds of pizza, a burrito, a quart of clam chowder, a turkey dinner and a pint of Ciao Bella chocolate gelato. The two customers in front of me got the prime rib, which probably was the better choice, dinner-wise. No mashed potatoes. Dry turkey with very little gravy. The rosemary potatoes weren’t bad, but mashed would have had the soothing qualities I sorely missed.
Back at home, there was cold yellow watermelon and orange-fleshed cantaloupe. It’s a toss-up between the fruit and the gelato as to which was the tastiest part of the meal.
No movie, too hot. In the queue, Perfume and 10 Items or Less plus another Monarch of the Glen disc.