Mmm… rib eye steak with rosemary potatoes fried in duck fat, and stir fried asparagus. This is about the fifth best photo of this platter but all of the better angles revealed a (gasp!) hair. It’s still there in this one but the light doesn’t catch it in quite the same manner and it’s not something you would find without some advance notice and some scrutiny at a higher magnification. Of the three entrees the potatoes took the longest to cook. Some recipes call for them to be par-boiled but I went with a straight up skillet fry.The asparagus we had with the steak came in a sizable bunch so I kept some back and used it this morning in a frittata/omelet with a sliced onion and a bit of ham. Mrs J took a portion of orange chicken and rice to work with her the other day but brought it back because they had a spread laid out for lunch.The leftovers were perfect for a nice fried rice dish – this one has bacon, peas, green onions, and an egg added to the plain rice with a splash of oyster sauce and soy.St Francis is in the middle of moving out of the old house that the shelter was established in and into their new building. They’ve been saving up for a while and doing sales and auctions and hitting up local animal lovers for cash, the new headquarters is nearly half paid for already but they could always use more help.Mrs J says they aren’t quite done with the finish work in the kitteh section of the new digs but these may be the last pictures taken of cats in the old house. They are taking bids for the demolition. It really was falling down around them.We’ll have photos of the new place soon-ish.