Later: I planted all of the irises I'd gotten recently, so that was good. I also put those T-shaped labels by them with the cultivar name. I might as well list them here. The Old House Gardens irises that I got in late July are 'Mrs. Horace Darwin,' 'Queen of May,' 'Coronation' and pallida Dalmatica.
The irises I got from a relatively local sale include Iris germanica with a "N.W. Greece" note. Perhaps that means it's a species iris, or species hybrid, or near-species variety. I believe the flowers are supposed to have purple falls and standards that are a lighter-colored purple. The others are 'Empress of India,' Odoratissima (I. pallida) and Dalmatica (I. pallida). I believe there may be some overlap between the various old sorts of iris that I got this summer.
The irises I got in the spring and planted in the raised bed were 'Eleanor Roosevelt,' 'Wabash' and 'Swerti.' They don't overlap with the irises I got this summer. Some of the irises I got from the HIPS sale in 2019 may be some of the same kinds I got in 2020, but by the time I planted the ones I got in 2019, the leaves that had their names written on them had fallen off, so I don't know. The 2019 ones did well overwintering in the vegetable garden, but then I transplanted most of them in the spring, and mostly into pots.
I read a soul food cookbook and The Enforcer Enigma. There are a lot of recipes from that cookbook I'd like to try.
Retrospectively: I must have been talking about Carla Hall's Soul Food: Everyday and Celebration.
Also, thank you to past me for listing the irises I planted. This has been very useful to go back to consult in the past few weeks.