The summer heat has returned with a vengeance. Yesterday was the hottest temperature recorded all summer for our geographical area. Many of the area lakes and spring fed pools are now reopened, recovering slowly from the record summer rainfall. Weather.com ranks the area mosquito activity as “moderate.” I think they are going for sarcasm.
I made dinner this evening for Sig, K$ and myself. It was chicken and wagon wheel pasta with chipotle pesto. I used the same sort of chipotle peppers as they do at work. The container read “Chipotle peppers in adobo sauce.” Adobo sauce burns with the spite of hell. I have only encountered something that tastes so ruthless in one other place in my entire life in the form of wing sauce. Normally, I can eat my fair share of pasta, but I could hardly finish a scoop of this. My mouth felt as if I was breathing fire. My face still tingles from the sensation. Sig and I gave the rest to PK, who will hopefully appreciate the spiciness.
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