No More Blurry Pictures

Because the camera is new.

New meaning, she bought it a year and a half ago, but couldn’t bear to stop using her old Nikon, which she bought in Hong Kong in 2006.  Sentimental value:  That was the last time self and Sole Fruit of Her Loins were in Asia together.

But, sentimentality begone!

Well, thank you Venetian thief of self’s luggage.

Now, no more blurry pictures!  Forevermore!  She opened the box where the new Nikon had been languishing, and tested it out Saturday, snapping pictures of The Man’s culinary wizardry.

Hmm, how wonderful to be able to take sharp pictures without having to lean on some kind of support!

Here is what self cooked for dinner:  chicken tenderloins, sauteed in Ponzu sauce (Thank you, Mz Kathleen, for introducing self to the wonders of Ponzu sauce!)

Stir-fried Chicken Tenderloins!

Stir-fried Chicken Tenderloins!

One of the pleasures of cooking at home:  having every ingredient at her fingertips!

Stay tuned, dear blog readers.  Stay tuned.

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