|Wohoo!! Back on the bike!||Wannabe|
Oct 19, 2001 9:49 AM
|Now, for me, this is a big deal, but compared to others on this board my off-the-bike time and cause is downright trivial. It's been three weeks since I have been on any of my bikes. We built a new house this summer and while we officially moved in last weekend, the house was not quite done! Anyway, I finally got my kitchen today and I now will have time to get back on the bike! Hot diggidy-dog am I psyched!
Again, compared to others, like Elephantino or Spin-chick, this is nothin'. But it'll still feel good! After all, Do[u]g did more miles in one ride than I've done since, well, August? Early September anyway!
Have a great weekend folks!
Andy - Wannabe
|re: Wohoo!! Back on the bike!||raboboy|
Oct 19, 2001 10:04 AM
|congrats. when is the housewarming? ;)|
|After next week...||Wannabe|
Oct 19, 2001 10:22 AM
|...anytime! By then, all of the last projects should be done and I can whip up some really wicked-good pasta with some italian extra-virgin olive oil with fresh garlic and parmesean! What to add in? Chicken? Or perhaps some shrimpies!?
Actually, a cycling housewarming would be a good thing. Need to find some riding friends!
On a side note, I'm surprised I didn't get flamed (yet) for such a personal post!
|After next week...||raboboy|
Oct 19, 2001 10:33 AM
|a few diferent varieties of cherry tomatoes (if you can get them by you this time of year) tossed in near the end will add some great color and a 'freshness' to the pasta dish. Halve some, leave some whole, & pop a few for some contrast. A handful of basil leaves wouldn't hurt, either.
Damn, now I am hungry. Cycling is a good companion for a food lover, eh?
|Just make sure you post a pic of the dish||Spinchick|
Oct 16, 2001 4:52 AM
|so the rest of us can enjoy it vicariously! :-)
Better drape a bike chain on top of the pasta though so you don't get flamed for it not being bike-related.
|Does anybody make chain shaped pasta? nm||dzrider|
Oct 19, 2001 12:17 PM
|What, no beer or wine? nm||bikedodger|
Oct 19, 2001 11:22 AM