Hey guys, looking for some advice. My truly amazing boss is retiring this summer. In addition to just generally being supportive and helpful, he is also in the process of completing a personally generous project that he orchestrated for me that will have a long term affect on my quality of life (sorry for being vague, but it would take a while to explain). What can I do for him to show him how much I appreciate all he's done? What would be a meaningful retirement gift? I am completely at a loss. I owe him big-time and I'm not sure I'll ever see him again once he's gone.
@adorable-eggplant Combine it with fresh oregano and basil for spaghetti sauce! Combine it with fresh peppers for salsa! If you can only do one, I vote basil over tomatoes. So versatile!
@whizz_dumb Too true. They have not been invited back.
Got my garden in! Yayyyyyy!!! Hoping not to kill my herbs this year. I've been doing lots of reading this time around, and I think I've figured out what I've been doing wrong.
@j-i-a "Amazing Foods of the Midwest" could be its own article. Mmm... pie.
@frenz.lo I love having people over! I don't want dinner to be a sleepover though.
@hotdog I have friends who didn't leave even after I said that I had to get up early, thanked them for coming, and went inside and went to bed. Instead, they moved from my front porch to my neighbors' front porch and kept them up until 2 in the morning despite having only just met them. Some people are just completely insane.
@oh nice My first boyfriend dumped me when I went over to his house one day while he was sick. I made him dinner. He asked me to buy him milk, so I went out and did that. And then he dumped me. F**ker.
@Beaker I stayed within my budget for the week and did NOT have to put anything at all on the credit card!
@frigwiggin Ooooooh!!! Haha that was GREAT!