I'm off from work and playing in the kitchen. Made maple ham, apple sauce and as I type, a small cauldron of chicken soup simmers on the stove.
The maple ham we ate for dinner (lunch), the apple sauce is for a big batch of apple muffins, and the soup is for tomorrow.
And now, my Wonder Woman mug is filled with organic decaf and it's time to do paperwork. Tonight, it's the bookshop and Wegmans for an ingredient run. Meanwhile, there's a snowman gaming comic posted at The Geek Gazette
Enjoy the comic and eat well.
Ciao ! un caro saluto !!!!ReplyDelete
Ciao Rossella: Piacere di vederti. La speranza si mangia bene oggi.ReplyDelete
As usual, you've made me hungry.ReplyDelete
Hi Becky: Hope things are going well and that you had some time to play in the kitchen with the kiddos.ReplyDelete
Maple ham sounds wonderful.ReplyDelete
Hey Lurker, nice to see you. It was pretty good and I usually don't like it. But I added a bit of cream to the glaze and that really made it good. Sorry to read about your knees. Teleporting you some ham, straight away.ReplyDelete
Dang that sounds good.ReplyDelete
Happy day to you, indeed!ReplyDelete
I read it and instantly relaxed. A soothing picture of domestic bliss, and all is well with the world again!ReplyDelete
Ah ... Porky: That's the best comment yet. Thanks for the nice words. Hope you enjoyed the comic.ReplyDelete
am i too late, did i miss the food... i am stuck in a snowstorm...ReplyDelete
It's never too late. We always have plenty. Sorry about the snowstorm. I'm separating the chicken bones from the soup now and then I'll teleport you some. Stay warm.ReplyDelete
you have such a wonderful and fun blog! it makes me hungry to see all the delightful concoctions you have cooking!ReplyDelete
always wanted to learn how to make homemade soup. especially with this hell of a winter we are having and all the sickness around our house. a nice bowl of homemade soup, must be so great. sigh.ReplyDelete
Yeppers, Alex. Ham bits cooked in local maple sryup, organic brown sugar, good unsalted butter and a touch of cream. Num num num.ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by, Vapor. Supper was yummy and now I'm baking apple muffins.
Hi Brad. Thanks for joining and thanks for the nice words.
Thanks Guys :-)
yum, homemade chicken soup, in a cauldron no less! Where do you get one of those anyway?ReplyDelete
Your site always brings me a smile! I always read Foxtrot and Zits, I have 3 teenagers at home. =)ReplyDelete
Glad it makes you smile. Always a good thing.ReplyDelete
Yummy. Good food.ReplyDelete
I bet your house smells wonderful! You've made my stomach start growling:).ReplyDelete
Have a good weekend, Carol. And I bet your house smells wonderful too, Maria. Chicken soup might not make for a good Yankee Candle, but it sure makes the kitchen smell fantastic.ReplyDelete
Eat well, Ladies.
Sounds yum! Hope your day was good~ Cheers!ReplyDelete
Apple sauce! Yummy!ReplyDelete
You have delicious foods and ...HUMOR !!!!!!ReplyDelete
I love this place !!!
I bet your kitchen smells WONDERFUL! Happy weekend, with lots of delicious food.ReplyDelete
Maple ham sounds delicious!ReplyDelete
Sounds like a fun day! And that skeleton pic is hilarious!ReplyDelete
It was a good day, last week and another good day off today. Now, I'm tired and ready to get into my jams and head off to bed.ReplyDelete
Have a great night, thanks for stopping by.