Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Mother Clunker

Today, I skipped working on house stuff and made onion crackers and plain bagels. Cracker photos to come. Tomorrow, I'm on the hunt for bath towels and veggies then Friday, it's back to house stuff.

First on the list is the leak under the kitchen sink. It's time to get that mother clunker, fixed. After that, it's pick a project, any project. We have many to choose from.

But for today, I had a nice break. And now, I'm gonna kick back, read a few blogs and sip some hot tea.

Thanks for reading and boogie boogie.



38 comments:

  1. Bagels look tasty!
    Good luck with the leak.

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  2. Be careful about delaying on that leak. Otherwise, the pipe might burst and oh hell no.....

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  3. The bagels look excellent. Enjoy your day.

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    1. Thanks.

      Are you seeing the last of winter?

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  4. These look delicious! Was it hard making bagels?

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    1. No, but I've been making my own for many years. When I get video going, this will be one of them. They are a million time better than shoppe-bought ones.

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  5. Those bagels look good! Do you boil and bake, or bake only?

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    1. Boil AND bake, baby.

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    2. Mmmmm, those are the BEST! Glad you're a traditionalist! "Bake only" bagels are just buns with holes.

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    3. OHMYGOSH...boil and bake! The absolute best. Reminds me of bagels in my hometown.

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  6. your bagels look delicious!

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  7. Thanks for visiting. I'm not a foodie at all but your bagels look tasty!

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    1. You have a great eye for photography. I've got you in my feed and I'll be back this weekend to see what else you posted.

      PS: Again, neat thing you made Debra (and the rest).

      Cheers and boogie boogie.

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  8. Those look sooo good! I hate leaks! Good luck with yours...

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    1. Thanks.

      What did you make to eat?

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  9. Love the expression "mother clunker". There are a lot of those around here. Can't believe you make your own bagels. Goodness they look yummy. Can't wait to see cracker.

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    1. Thanks, Granny Annie - It made me giggle when I wrote mother clunker.

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  10. Those look darn good, lady! We recently had to get a leaky sink fixed too. Easy fix thankfully.

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    1. Glad to hear it was an easy fix. Those are nice to get. Tim thinks ours will be too. Fingers and nutsacks, crossed.

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  11. Pity you don't live closer. I have bath towels in abundance and was only thinking the other day I should donate some of them (a la Ivy of course). That picture looks yummy.

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    1. I recently heard that the pound and/or animal hospitals take old towels. Haven't tried my area yet because we are using the old towels for demo and repairs.

      Thank you for the kind words. If we lived closer I would make you crackers, any flavour.

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  12. Oh, those bagels look good!

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  13. Yes, that leak must be seen to.

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  14. Your bagels look good. It sounds like there is no lack of interesting food around your place. Now I'm wondering what onion crackers taste like! I imagine they might be pretty good with soup.

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    1. They tasted a little like sour cream and onion potato chips, but I never added any sour cream or potatoes.

      Yes, soup, that does sound good.

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  15. I have had onion rolls but never onion crackers...but I bet yours are delish, Ivy! :)

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    1. Onion rolls, I used to love those. They were the inspiration for my crackers.

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  16. These look soooo good!

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    1. Thanks.

      Loved that water drop shot you took. Sooo coool.

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  17. Your bagels look yummy!!

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  18. Those bagels certainly do look good!
    I do hope you got the leak sorted, and happy hunting for bath towels!

    All the best Jan

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