After the "Great blackout of '11" I was able to toddle up to Laguna Niguel to visit with my friends Squeaks and Bill.
Squeaks and I had full agenda for the weekend, one thing being finding me a long black skirt for the Victorian tea at church. I figured a thrift store would be a great place to find what I needed so we hit up a few thrift shops, one being Portobello Road in Tustin. Dang, what a great place, I got an impeccable white wind breaker/rain jacket for only $3.00, yup, that’s right, 3 bucks and it benefits a woman’s abuse shelter.
In one shop we had a blast checking out the kitchenware area.
Along with some old kitchenware this shop also had a lot of old records, even some 78's.
After a busy day we picked up a beautiful piece of Coho salmon from the Santa Monica Seafood Company to go along with the Cacio e Pepe we were planning on making. It’s so easy and so delicious it’s almost criminal.
I'll show you what we did.