Smoke a little smoke, drink a little drink?

Come on- you know that song… and it does pertain to this post! In a good way.

Friday, in an attempt to keep myself busy, not bored, and be productive (at work), I spent my time learning how to use my camera by taking pictures of inatimate objects around the office. See:

I love my new camera.

Anyway, Friday night I spent smoking.

And no, not the reefer. Not cigarettes.

Meat. Oh yes

As an early Christmas present to my boyfriend, I forked out a lot of money bought him a meat smoker! I’m totally reaping the benefits though. The food is outrageously delicious. Words cannot describe. I’m drooling, just a bit, thinking about Friday’s dinner.

Boyfriend, pull that meat! (hehe)

Sascha, boyfriend, made pulled pork via smoking and it was amazing. Actually, it was mouthwatering A M A Z I N G.

Mama Samaan baked fresh half whole wheat rolls (these were fantastic) and prepared a slaw to go on the pulled pork sandwhiches.

And this sandwich is proof that when a few items love each other, I mean really love each other, an unpictured food baby can be born. Or it’s just proof that this was the best sandwich I have ever had.


Moving on.

This weekend seemed pretty long. But long in a very good way. Besides the fact that Saturday morning at 3:00 am, three (huge) powerpoles went down right in front of our house. Amazing since there was no wind, rain, snow, anything to cause them to fall.

But fall they did.

And who am I not to go outside in boxers, a jacket, Uggs, and my camera, and not take a million pictures? I’m sure the PG&E workers loved me being there…

And that leads me to my final note about the weekend. Since the powerpoles went down, the power went with them. And that means there is only one thing left to do…

Bevmo’s Holiday Beer Sampler time with the boyfriend. Via candlelight. ๐Ÿ™‚


P.S. Tomorrow marks the Twelve Days Before Christmas- You won’t want to miss this post. ๐Ÿ˜‰

QUESTION: What do you do (would you do) when the power goes out (because everyone’s power goes out in the mountains where I live, so I need ideas for the upcoming storms…)

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