I actually started writing this post two weeks ago, while half dead and naked in my bed, having remnants of crocodile/alligator dreams, those darn predators that keep you from entering Maine on your bicycle. Anyway, at some point I just had to get up and start wiring it down because I just knew I wouldn't remember all of it and I was very afraid of specifically not remembering to tell you that I actually started writing this post two weeks ago, while half dead and naked in my bed.
This is going to be such a creative day!
On to semi-intelligent stuff : I need your help with something. I need somebody to send me a tutorial about pie crusts, preferably one that will teach me to make them without feeling frustration to the point where I feel that throwing it against the wall would be helpful. Honestly, I'd prefer you would make all my pie crust for me, for life, but I'm willing to be reasonable. That's why I'm requesting the tutorial (with audio track and picture - please include relaxing music) or, ok, an actual recipe that will have me succeed without having pulled out all my hair.
If the recipe isn't shortening based, I'll erect a statue in your honor in our garden.
Did you know that enough flesh-eating predator-free sleep will make you more sane (or saner) ? Anyway, I highly suggest it.
Now, pictures !
The photo isn't good but the dish is exquisite.
If you haven't tried Susan's recipe for Eggplant Paprikash, you must!
Fruit and Nut Bars from Vegan Lunchbox. I really liked these. Very simple to make, too.
Where-Ze-Heck-did-they-come-from Blueberry Muffins. They where delicious and I can't remember if I created the recipe myself or if I took it from a recipe book or whatever. I probably will never make them again because of that.
I told you about this grilled sandwich a while ago but didn't have a picture then. So let's make this a game and you try to find out what kind of sandwich it is. Clue : the recipe comes from Vegan Vittles.
Roasted Veggies tossed with garlicky Kale. Worth fighting alligators for, that's all I have to say.
This was taken on top of Mount Laura, about 10 to 15 minutes from here. It was a gorgeous day.
And we got around to hug a few trees that day too.
There you have it. Another one of Gaia's insane posts. Maybe she is just exhausted from a month of working on the house and other stuff I'll talk about later, or she was just born that way. Why is she talking about herself in the third person now ? Only insane people know.
Hope you are well!
I'll post again soon.
See you !