The lime cookies are cooled and under the dome. Now I'm waiting for Frankenberry to get home.
Not sure if I'm making chicken and waffles or hamburg with pub chips. Both sound good. But the second pairs better with dessert. Something wonderful about a light lemon/lime cookie after a beef meal. Just works.
What's for supper at your pad? Did you make dessert?
The correct oven temperature makes all the difference and now, I can write and test, with happier results. Yesterday's tear bread had a lovely crusty top, and a soft crumb.
As for today ... it's after 9:30 in the morning and I'm headed offline to finish the work that I started on the weekend. Didn't get the new flour containers because I decided that I'd go restaurant food grade.
More on those another day. Right now, it's time to get back to work. Happy Monday to all, and to all a yummy day.
I had a good day of cleaning and moving the shelves around in Ethel (fridge). Followed by moving ALLLLLL of my various flours with the exception of nut and seed flours, to one central dark cool location. Ideally, I'd love to keep all of my flours in the fridge but there's not enough room.
SO, I gutted a few cabinets, ripped out the innards, made a HUGE mess, and found room elsewhere. Headed to take a big fat break soon. What's not done will keep 'til morning.
On the menu for Saturday night. One scary movie and several pepperoni rolls. Cheers and boogie boogie.
Thanks to little Bug (who HAD to pee), I'm awake and about to crank my oven.
Thanks to a restful yesterday, I'm ready to work, today. So I might as well stay up. Best part is when Frankenberry stumbles down the hall in a two hours (seen below), he'll walk into a yummy bakery of goods.
We're home from Barnes (see picture of me), and on the kitchen table are rolls filled with pepperoni. They're cooling. I never liked pepperoni. I would tolerate it or pick it off my pizza, but hardly ever ate any of my own pepperoni bread.
Until I developed an allergy to dairy, where even if the dairy is melted in the air, I get a face rash. Far worse, if I eat it.
So I don't.
And you know, I don't miss cheese at all, which I thought that I would by now. Instead, I'm making new bakes like simple pepperoni rolls or allergy-friendly muffins.
Well, Boogerbutts and Smoochie Faces, the rolls should be cool enough to eat. Tim's got Friday the 13th queued. We're off to drink iced tea and eat until our bellies are full.
It's a little after 10 in the morning. Smoochie-Face is working on his Patreon page (that's how it's spelled). And I'm letting my palacsinta batter (Hungarian pancakes) and bacon come to room temp before I bake the bacon in the oven, and whip up a killer batch of Hungarian pancakes.
It's snowing and we're not going any ding dong where. Also, if you missed it, check out Tim's blog, I made it girly for Valentine's Day.
As for gifts, Tim bought me brand new palacsinta pans and a pair of Smooch Sneakers (new treadmill shoes for Monster). I also got him Smooch Sneakers, along with a new game and headphones for work.
And that my Boogerbutts, wraps up today's live posts. Happy Valentine's Day and Smoochie Smoochie.
The chocolate chip agave muffins that I wrote, gave me a face rash. Though the science was right, in that the muffins baked and rose properly, the taste however, needs a few tweaks. I'll also need to locate, remove and replace the allergen.
But that's the fun of writing food.
Sometimes the science is off but the flavours are good. Other times it's the other way around. And on occasion, nothing works and it's a complete rewrite.
Whichever the case, it's all fun....except for the face rash.