Reflecting on CSA Month One
First of all, I have to apologize for the lack of content recently. Mrs. Esquire and I are expecting our first baby any day now. My to-do list is eight miles long. Not much time left for blogging!
However, we’ve still been eating some very tasty goat and burgers. I just haven’t been very creative, so I haven’t felt like posting. I’ve also been bad at taking the time for pictures and updates. For instance, last night I made some very nice mushroom swiss burgers that were probably worthy of a post. But I didn’t snap any pictures.
So the decreasing frequency of my posts is partly attributable to baby preparations, but it’s also due to the CSA. All month I’ve had a ready supply of goat cuts that are perfect for quick and hot grilling. With easy access to delicious meat, I haven’t had to be creative. That is great for the busy stage of life I’m about to enter. It not necessarily a good thing for blogging.
Wow, this is starting to sound like an obituary for BBQ, Esquire! That’s not the case at all! I hope to continue with lots of great grilling on the BGE and lots of interesting blog posts. I’m sure the little guy will make an appearance in the blog along the way. I have to come up with a blog identity for him. Baby Esquire is just wrong. I don’t want to suggest there are any expectations about his future profession. Maybe I’ll go with Baby E. Or just the Little Guy.
Back to the CSA. I’m definitely re-upping for month number two. Mrs. Esquire and I didn’t have any trouble finishing the meat. The meat was absolutly delicious. I’m already excited to see what the next box will bring. Check back for details!