I’m glad everyone loves baked goods as much as I do. I’m making the bread tomorrow, and I’ll show you guys how it works.
The key with real sourdough is that it takes a lonnnng time. Even when you’ve got starter (which takes about a week to get going the first time), you’re looking at 12-24 hours of rising time! (Normal bread is more like 1-2 hours). And I’m babysitting my blogger baby friend again today, so no bread making.
Dinner was tasty, but nothing exciting.
Chicken w/some Italian herbs, and roasted garlic, brown rice with the same seasonings plus cheese, and peas
And a salad. Love that salad.
We decided it was perfect hot chocolate weather
Was there booze in there? Possibly. Let’s not judge.
And for “bed dinner”* we ate this ridiculous pack of sugary weirdness
I found it for 98 cents at Winco. Couldn’t say no. Candy that looks like mexican food.
That, clearly, is chili con carne.
The eggs on the “heuvos rancheros” tasted like pineapple. Not eggs. Which was good, but really weird. Food that looks like other food is just strange…
Now I’m chowing down on this
Plain yogurt with pineapple and Nature’s Path Maple Sunshine goodness
And waiting for my baby friend to wake up and eat her yogurt with me
*when Baby Brother was little he called dessert “bed dinner”, as it was the meal you ate before bed. I told that to the fiance, and he liked it, and it stuck.
Dose your family have any weird little kid sayings that stuck? In the fiance’s family his sister called bananas “blalalalahs” and they still say it sometimes when they ask her what she wants to eat.