Happy Independence Day, today, July 4th, the night when the folks where I live wish that the fireworks were at Gasworks Park with the helicopter flying the flag over a searchlight instead of in the street in the late, late night and early morning. The wish is not granted but that doesn’t stop the abundance … More Happy 4th & Happy 92nd Birthday to My Mum
This is not a new cookie, but a revision to one I invented last Christmas when I decided to change up the color of the sprinkles for Pride. So it’s still a snick with vanilla chips and essence of cotton candy but with rainbow sprinkles. Same deliciousness. Different sprinkles. Different occasion. Since I wasn’t able … More June: Time for Rainbow Sprinkles Snicks
I have not been able to successfully edit, save or post since the first week of August. Ignoring the fact that I’m on Day 55 of a virus (tested negative last week for the pandemic version) which has zapped my energy and strength, I’ve made multiple attempts to post new content. When I try, I … More WordPress is not nice to old ladies.
Yesterday I read in a neighborhood online community that a nearby family-owned, small local produce market called Top Banana was carrying not only vegetables and fruits but also milk. I was out of milk and am in the at-risk group who should stay out of grocery stores and all stores, even with my mask on. … More Top Banana Provided Vegetables so I Made Korma & Brown Basmati Rice
There’s a useful photo for saying something with cake to Facebook friends, right? The son of my good friend was abroad for his birthday and recently returned, so I phoned his mother, asked if he’d like a Belated Cake and, if so, what flavor. Chocolate somewhere, the cake, the frosting, somewhere. I remembered that he’d … More Happy Belated BeeLated, CDC Sharing
Originally posted on Ms Chef in Seattle:
Experiment number I-don’t-know, but with a jar still more than half full of my Cranberry Lolly needing use and a container of frozen cinnamon crumble topping and a chilly morning, it’s off to the kitchen to warm up and scent the apartment and maybe have a lovely small…
My daughter is briefly visiting from London (while also working from 6 AM to 5 PM because her employer abroad is American, so two different time zones) and high on her list of favored dishes is my lower-fat version of the famous eggplant Parmesan. How lower in fat? I skip the egg-dipping, breading and frying … More Mock Eggplant Parmesan: don’t mock it.
That’s right. A second batch of chocolate fudge, this time without the walnuts, because more people prefer not to have their chocolate interrupted by a nut.
Golly, it’s late and I couldn’t figure out how to get this joke to just repost for me with the 2 changes I made, so here it is, doggone it. https://mschefinseattle.com/2015/11/27/thanksgiving-joke-told-yearly-told-again/