That coleslaw was pretty damn good. I ate a little, and I don’t even like the stuff. The dressing was go-od. Our friend Eddie said, “Only in this house can I get spicy coleslaw.” Because Jon is generally generous with the peppers, and I followed in this tradition. It was lacking zing, so I added some cayenne (about 1/2 a teaspoon) and Tabasco (probably another 1/2 to 1 teaspoon). I didn’t do this, but possibly some lemon would have been a good idea.

Rite Aid (oh, that was lame, I had to look up on Google to see if it was “Aid” or “Aide”) is my buddy this week. They are running their “Four bottles of Coke for $3.76” campaign. Unfortunately, I went to TWO Rite Aid’s this morning and both were sold out of the D.C. I blame vanilla, lemon, and lime. And possibly cherry. These products take up room on the shelves that should be kept free for the Coke and the Diet Coke. There’s a reason why no one’s buying them. “But Sarah, why didn’t you check to see if they had any more in the back?” Well, I did. Apparently they are getting restocked tomorrow. Gr.

I am not a fan of Albertson’s. The cashiers (at every branch I’ve visited) just.don’ However! This is averted if you use those self-check-out things. (Assuming they are working.) Going to Albertson’s early in the morning means that they still have packages of bacon end pieces. I like buying these. They’re $1.49 a pound. Which is fine for me; all I do with bacon is chop it into little pieces to put in potatoes. I think I bought about two and a half pounds. I froze it; it’ll last a good long while.

I finished the fried chicken last night. Mm, so good. I’m getting a bit pudgerific, though, so I probably won’t be doing that again for a while. I hate diets, but it looks like I’m going to have to go on one soon. Bleh.

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