When we first saw this house three and a half years ago, we made fun of the ostentatious faucet in the front bathroom. The cut-crystal ball handles and the filigree were over-the-top to our minimalist decor senses. “That’s going to be one of the first things to go.” we said. The thing is, although it
Well. That title just about says it all. I got the recipe for the Cream-of-Wheat muffins from the Once-A-Month Meals blog. I got the idea to add apricots from having two bags of dried apricots in the cabinet. No doubt my fault. But too much is a better problem than not enough. I’ve also always
I got the recipe here. It actually went together easier than I thought it would. I didn’t need to pull out any appliances. A mixing spatula and tireless arms sufficed. I did run out of regular ‘from the bear’ honey and wound up using a quarter cup blended honey and a quarter cup spun honey.
A few words about Cojita cheese: crumbly, salty. It’s a perfect cheese for pairing with crab. It doesn’t melt and run all over the place like jack or cheddar. It tempers the spinach and onion flavors and enhances the seafood taste. It made the enchiladas shout crab without screaming. Filling: 16 oz Crab (claw meat)
Quad-c-w cookies are sort of a freezer section of things that I keep as standard pantry items. As far as I can remember, I’ve been doing chocolate-chip cookies since I figured out that my sister would stop bugging me for a day if I made them. They’re easy enough to do but I still have
It’s amazing to me how well WordPress works and yet how poorly it works at the same time. I realize that it’s the “Open Source” nature of it all that’s to blame. Programming by committee. Everyone doing their part to make sure that their code works but no one taking the time to make sure