April 30, 2013 Leave a comment
April’s posts stretched from C to shining C.
But alas, Read more of this post
April 29, 2013 3 Comments
Instead of wearing the omnipresent boots (they rub against my boo-boos), today I am wearing regular heels.
Which is to say, I’m wearing heels that I don’t wear every day of my life.
April 27, 2013 3 Comments
Severe contusions. Big, bold, rainbow-colored contusions, that don’t particularly like to be touched. Or brushed against. Or leaned on.
Which is better, by far, than having to report that C is for cracked. Or maybe even crutches. Read more of this post
April 24, 2013 1 Comment
Apropos, since April is a busy birthday month. And today is also Young Mrs. B’s birthday, for which there will almost certainly be cake.
(Young Mrs. B makes some of the most delicious cakes ever, but I am not sure if she would be baking for herself.)
Meanwhile I have been wondering if my shortcake recipe can be doctored to make a nice maple cake. Read more of this post
April 20, 2013 11 Comments
And Coffee, and Company. But mostly for Clumsy.
The Ladies were over in the morning. Always a good time, when the Ladies are here.
April 18, 2013 2 Comments
I had guests over for dinner.
I rarely have dinner guests. I rarely do anything like real, proper cooking.
So on Wednesday I did all the prep-work that could be done, so that for the event I could throw things into the oven (bing, bing, bing, clockwork) and have a meal for guests. Read more of this post
April 5, 2013 2 Comments
OK, so if you’re going about your day, and someone offers you a piece of gum or a mint, chances are that you wonder, “Is my breath offending this person?” Some people will even outright ask, ”Do I need one?”
This is what most people think given that scenario, because when someone offers you something like that, it’s entirely possible that they’re just having one themselves, and thought it would be rude not to offer you some too… Read more of this post
March 31, 2013 2 Comments
My parents joined me for dinner, to celebrate Easter.
For the occasion, I baked bread:
It’s a basic no-knead recipe. No kneading, so it’s time, not working the dough, that causes the glutens to form.
So I had to wait for it to rise.
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