Week got wiped out several different ways.
Cooked Thanksgiving dinner for my nephew, his girlfriend, and a few scattered friends who didn't have other engagements. Figured I'd pick off a few French recipes I had missed on my birthday. I figured the roast bird could simply be a chicken, especially since I hadn't done any chicken on birthday.
I repeated the potatoes gratin dauphinois and chopped chicken liver but none of the other spreads. For new dishes, I had carrots cooked with ginger and cardamomgreen beans with pancettatian zucchini and tomato slices roasted on top of onionand a salad frisee aux lardons -- I had a nice-sized chunk of slab bacon left over, and mixed a little liver into the vinaigrette.
For dessert, I made three pies: Probably should have offered ice cream, but just whipped some cream. In fact, had so much cream left over, I probably should have made ice cream. Had a couple bake-it-yourself baguettes.
Figured I needed them for the liver and croutons for the frisee, but turned out that butter on bread was popular. Thanksgiving probably cost me two days of listening, but I started the week strong, and finished it stronger. Still, that should have yielded something like 40 records.
However, when I ran the numbers, the increase was less than the list, so I made a pass through the unrated albums list and a dozen more I had missed. And by the time I straightened that out, I had rated some more.
In the end it seemed easier to get current than to respect yesterday's cutoff. I've started collecting EOY lists. Thus far there's not a lot to go on: I've retained some data from mid-year lists, which helps balance out the early skews. I'm also tabulating Jazz Critics Poll ballots.
Can't share any of that with you yet, but I have about 20 ballots counted at this point.
That info is pushing me to check out lots of albums, although my priority this and next week will be to catch up with my own CD queue. Meanwhile, I've done a preliminary sort on my own Best of lists, split for Jazz and Non-Jazz I'll keep adding to these well into the future.
Also, expect a Streamnotes by the end of the month. I guess that's like Friday. I have a pretty decent-sized draft file already. New records rated this week: Origami HarvestBlue Note: Emerge , Wide Ear: Snow BoundFire:Search the world's information, including webpages, images, videos and more.
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