I just cooked the flakiest, most delicate, moistest salmon with the crispiest skin ever.
Don’t fight me on this. I’m telling you the truth.
It was so good the Bae didn’t believe I had actually made it. That’s not entirely his fault, though. In the beginning of our relationship I had one of my friends make him at least a dozen meals that I then passed off as food I cooked myself. The poor thing never knew what hit him when he ate a meal that I actually made.
He was like…
But he had to believe me this time because we haven’t left the house today (my job gave us another month to work from home!). Also I’ve been getting really good at cooking more things, and he knows that.
His birthday was last Friday, and instead of stressing us both out, I opted for carry-out. Bacchanalia is his favorite restaurant (in Atlanta), and they started curbside service. So I ordered a day in advance, picked it up on Friday, and voila! We usually only go once a year (NYE), but we’re in a freaking pandemic, y’all. The rules don’t apply anymore. I did make his favorite cheesecake, though, because I’m really good at cheesecakes. I promise. Better than the vanilla bean cheesecake at Cheesecake Factory? I don’t know. That’s a high bar. But my cheesecake slaps. I wouldn’t lie about cheesecake.
Guys, my vitamin D dipped to dangerous levels, and I didn’t even know it. My legs have been aching so much and my muscles felt really weak, and I was extremely down in the dumps. Turns out it was a severe vitamin D deficiency, and since I’ve been taking my prescribed supplements I’m one hundred percent better. I’m telling you this so that you make sure to get the vitamin D you need. It’s important.
Also, guys, please be careful and wear your masks and stay a safe distance from people. Even though the states are opening up again and we’re all sick as fuck of covid, there’s still a risk, and I want us all to stay healthy and vigilant.
Alright, kids…until next time.