After Susan spent an hour on Sunday evening listening to the dreamy and wonderful Nigella, she fell asleep all warm and giddy imagining herself as one of Nigella's guests. Twinkly Christmas lights, bubbly prosecco & cranberry cocktails and impossibly rich gravy swirled through her head all night spinning her round and round until the alarm woke her up Monday morning.

Brrrr, it's cold in Susan's house.

She layed in bed long enough to put her behind schedule then resigned herself to the routine of her morning. She got ready for work, packed up the *brownies she made for the staff, and took her cup of coffee from the husband on the way out the door.

In the car she drove through the grey of her neighborhood, looking at the sky and the trees and the garbage cans and the kids waiting for the bus. She pressed all the buttons on the radio. She wasn't in the mood for music, she wanted to listen to people talking so she stopped at NPR.

At that precise moment Steve Inskeep was beginning an interview on Morning Edition and welcomed Nigella Lawson.

*Susan made peanut butter and jelly brownies by swirling microwaved peanut butter and raspberry jelly through prepared brownie mix.


The Zadge said...

I listen to NPR every morning on the way into work and never caught Nigella. I feel gypped.

Meg at the Members Lounge said...

I missed this one, too. Thanks for the link Susan, Nigella makes me feel cozy, too. As does Ina Garten.
How nice is that?

Carey Brown Strombotne said...

nigella makes getting fat look glorious! i think she's a government spy working for the obesity campaign. susan must watch out for her, for sure.

Mrs. Tuna said...

Nigella makes me feel incompetent not cozy. Silly Meg.

Dawn in D.C. said...

Your brownies sound delish!