Kids that live in Multnomah County are very lucky. For one week during sixth grade, every single one of them goes to a summer camp and studies the ecology there. This week is Cy's turn in the woods, and he leaves this afternoon. This means, of course, that he won't be able to cook dinner. But it also gives us an opportunity. One of the things about Sunday Dinners is that until now, they have been only dinners. But since he can't cook tonight, he cooked this morning.
Cyrus made créme brulée, and while I was asleep for most of the cooking, I got there at the end, for the most important part: the flames.