Hospital lunch was very ambitious today: ravioli in a tomato pesto, served with a bed of spinach with balsamic, chopped walnuts, gorgonzola cheese and sliced apples. Honestly, the ravioli was the least interesting part of the meal. The spinach party was where it was at. I loved the sweet and salty contrast between the crisp apples and the tangy gorgonzola. The balsamic added its own sour element to the mix as well. And for $4.50, you almost couldn’t afford not to eat it.
As for work anecdotes, today I learned that the hospital employs a physician named Dr. Schmucker.
And when the lights go dim, he begins his grim rituals