What do you do when the weather witches and warlocks, oops I mean meteorologists, predict massive amounts of snow and ice? Do you head out to the store and buy up all of the milk, eggs, bread and toilet paper that will fit in your Hummer? I'll admit that I am not one of those. I think about it then realize that I have enough rations in the house that will sustain MJ, TY and myself. About the only thing that I think that I should probably pick up is some bottled water. Of course, I have enough pitchers in the house that water really isn't a problem either.
I don't know where the whole idea of rushing to the grocery store came from. Where I grew up, that really wasn't an option. Mom could make homemade bread. My aunt had chickens so eggs weren't a problem. And these women were country folk so there was always some evaporated milk in the cupboard when fresh wasn't available. You just made do with what you had. I miss those ladies.
I actually miss being snowed in with them. My mom used to make us something called snow cream. She's collect fresh snow (never the first falling though). Then, she'd make a custard and let it cool. She's mix the snow into that then freeze the mixture. It was so good. Of course, I loved anything sweet, but I'd like to think that the snow cream was better than ice cream. It was special because you couldn't have it all of the time.
What did you do as a kid when you got snowed in? What do you do now?
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
That means I really have been slacking. It's been about 49 weeks since I last blogged. Well, I won't bore you with the mundane details of my life. Let's talk about the exciting things on the horizon. I realized that my passion lies in the kitchen w/a certain hot appliance. That's right. I'm mad about my stove. It helps me produce some absolutely D-VINE gems. In the words of Kanye West and friends, I'm a monster. Don't worry. I'm a good monster. I'm a cookie monster. Thankfully, I am not covered in blue fur. Can you imagine being in a hot kitchen covered in fur? HOT!!! :) I'll be bringing you some of my favorite recipes, the good, the bad, and the unrepeatable in the coming months. Stay tuned.