Good Morning! I had a fairly busy and productive weekend as well as the SUPERBOWL game and have a very early appointment this morning so I’m getting going early. Join in with Sandra over at Diary of a Stay at Home Mom for Happy Homemaker Monday. Be sure and stop by to see what it’s all about!
- A big cup of green tea and a banana and a tangerine for the road.
- Physical Therapy
A few new shows start this week and we’ll clean up the DVR from the past couple weeks.
|MONDAY||2/2||FRUIT||Black Bean “Kitchen Sink” Steak Chili|
|TUESDAY||2/3||BAGEL & CREAM CHEESE||Layered Tortilla Pie|
|WEDNESDAY||2/4||YOGURT||Hot Chicken Salad|
|THURSDAY||2/5||FRUIT||Texas Red Chicken|
|FRIDAY||2/6||CEREAL||CADILLACS – Parmesan Roast Beef|
|SATURDAY||2/7||Waffled French Toast||Piquant Chicken with Charred Tomato Sauce|
|SUNDAY||2/8||Shirred Eggs||Pan Seared Chicken with Lemon Garlic Green Onion Tahini Sauce|
Do a little quilting and finish a few older projects though I have yet to have a few minutes to myself LOL like that’s going to happen.
- Vampire Slayer Artichoke Bread (from last week)
I also tried several other successful new recipes recently and they will be popping up a little here and a little there over the next few weeks. I’m back to trying recipes from my experimentation file this month so am hopeful that there will be many to pass on to you soon.
I have a few favorite photos this week. We headed out on Saturday to trek all the way around the pond since it was actually sunny and fairly nice out and because we are now 2 days into a 10 day rain stretch. These ant hills were the most unique picture I took, but seeing the beaver below was one of the rarest. Too bad I forgot to put my long lens on before we left.
Buried under decades of blackberry brambles and moss is an old foundation and from the looks of the construction it was probably from the early 1900’s.
This Robin jumped from tree to tree as we walked along, but I finally caught him in this pine tree.
There’s a farm on the other side of that gate, but this road truly leads nowhere, well except into the pond.
Take a good look, the sunny, cloudy sky is rare this time of year and the thistles made a perfect forefront.
And if your shoes don’t look like this when you get home, you did something wrong.
I tend to eyeball some measurements because that’s the way I was taught, but often, especially with a new recipe, I’m exact.
There are 2 different types (many people don’t realize this) – dry and wet measure.
- Liquid measure tend to be glass or plastic with a pour spout.
- Dry measures are your nested cups and spoons.
Common Sense to prevail with some medical issues and the
imbeciles, idiots, ignorant, clueless people handling the paperwork and appointments dealing with it.