Butter Food (ongoing running bumbly-isms)

Hot (as in adorable) Dishes: Shalin’s Shrimp Scampi Mrs. Butterworth’s Ratatouille Boo’s Portabella BUB ‘n Short Ribs Orgasm Osso Bucco Pan seared steak with OCP Chim•Churee, roasted sweet potatoes, and sautéed chard Bodhi Breakfast: Fruit Burr Egg a la Hard Coffee Creatorship Scone Scrumptiality Chomping: DR B’s Crunchy Fish Tacos DR B’s Fried Dessert Wraps more »

butter brain xvi – morning!

In the morning dues I give to the toilet its pee and venture to kitchen happiness, to break fast. A smoothie made with love from she whose hands I do I do – a drinking in of this morning is every bit standard, exceptional, and coffee! You are in mom, drinking up all of this more »

brain butter VIII: have-to?

Less things! A day is full without our piling on top of it. Imagine … Fuck!! To say to myself, “You must write today… because one of the things I’ve determined to do is write… every day… because writers write…” ? But quickly look, I am “me” and “I” all in the same thought, above! more »

brain butter vi: eating… for its own sake

To the Butter Creature: Your mom and I have talked enthusiastically many times about having as habit the space and time for food each evening (each day, really). Food seems to have the properties of both tastiness and essentiality, if done well. Fooding can be artistic. Your mom proves this point, often. Food seems to be intelligent more »

brain butter III: the life of our food, etc.

  PMA stands for Positive Mental Attitude. I think I learned this “term” from Bloomfield many years ago. It’s really only a reminder, we guess, for the chance we have at any time to have perspective, a golden frame of mind which sees things artistically rather than dreadedly. I don’t want to tell you what more »

brain butter II: writing to your mom’s belly

Just thinking through typing. Want to get some orange-shaded or yellow-shaded sun glasses to wear [especially in the night-time] while in front of a screen (which is an anti sort of activity I’d like to be limiting anyway). Sometimes it’s evening, though, and I get the urge to write — so, I’d like to be able to more »