last week, dw and i started watching Lost. friends, it's freaking me out. i'm glad i'm not watching it in real time, that the hoopla has died and that i'm pretty much spoiler-free. we spent the weekend plowing thru the first season, a midst a few home chores, kitchen duties like tomato paste from the latest csa stash, gluten-free & dairy free chocolate chip cookies, and 12 hour chicken stock, and oh, a paddle board excursion.
a few things that i've thought of:
exactly how big is this island? my perception of how small earth really is is off, because how has this place not been colonized by someone already, or has it?!
there were two polar bears on the island. hold me.
there is no one on the island that is likable, save Hurley, and maybe Sayid, not even the dog is cool.
speaking of Sayid, how is he keeping his jerry curls so perfectly oiled?
anyone else creeped out by brother-sister-not-really-related-so-they-hooked-up peeps?
korean chick has a slammin body.
what is the appeal of Kate that both jack and sawyer sweat her? sure she has great arms, can shoot a gun like a pro and has fabulous hair but she kinda sucks.
kinda like the walking dead, why do they allow a kid wander around alone, when there's obviously a crazy french woman on the loose, specific climate animals on the prowl and mayhem abound.
i know this is a show, i know that i am judging from the safety of my couch, but some of these people are not very bright.
in the meantime, i made chickpea cakes for this week's The Food Matters Project, hosted by Life with the Lushers. in lieu of edamame i used fresh garbonzo beans/chickpeas and served this over a bed of sauteed chard + chive blossoms.