Check out these progress sheets Tim made me for my 100 Days of Baking. Now I'll have proper documentation and at the end, 100 pages of bakes that I wrote.
I love my husband. He's definitely getting some tonight.
And, and, and, look at the space up top. Perfect for writing oven temps, times, yields, title and all that stuff. This works for me because I have numerous pages of formulas without titles and temps. And I'm always writing on whatever pages I can find, sometimes even on backs of old coupons.
Well no more.
Good bye mad scientist. Hello organized baker. Even better, hello organized food writer. Yeppers, that's me.
Yep, he's pretty thoughtful. Have fun tonight!!! :)ReplyDelete
oooh, Timzie is so gonna score tonight :PReplyDelete
We do love when everything is compulsively organized :)
Whisk, I can't believe you just said that! You just made him the happiest man in the world.ReplyDelete
Very nicely done. Now you know you have to use these sheets Whisk!ReplyDelete
Stacy: He's such a good egg.ReplyDelete
DEZMOND: It's required if I want to actual publish a collection that other people will be able to read.
Alex: What'd I say?
Anne: These sheets are FANTASTIC. I'm filling them up faster than they can be printed.
They are perfect for how I write.
That is SO DAMN AWESOME!!! Jealous me!!ReplyDelete
And I baked today!!! =)
Melanie: Cool beans, what did you bake? Perhaps a birthday cake? One without toes, I hope.ReplyDelete
What a guy. Very cool form.ReplyDelete
The real question is what are you baking that Tom's getting some of tonight? ;DReplyDelete
The sheets are tres cool!
My husband needs to take notes from your husband. :)ReplyDelete
Love the worksheets.
Ivy, I gotta tell ya, this made me tear up a bit.ReplyDelete
Not sure if I ever made this public but I am divorced. Eight years now.
My ex-wife is still a really good friend of mine and we work together at a learning center for 2nd to 6th grade kids that she owns and runs every Sunday.
I ran a game for her and some friends the day after Thanksgiving and the day after Christmas.
This reminded me of, well, old times. Your a very lucky gal and he's a very lucky fellow.
Peace and Love,
Those look perfect! I bet they will come in handy. Make sure you take oodles of notes for us so we can steal all your recipes later! ;)ReplyDelete
I have a feeling the two of you deserve each other completely :)ReplyDelete
Enjoy your night.
What a guy. The way to a man's heart and all . . .ReplyDelete
He did a truly awesome job, Whisk! That is the gamer in him, so very organized and thought out. Hope you two had tons o' fun =PPReplyDelete
Susan: He's a keeper.ReplyDelete
Suzan: Anything he wants.
Savannah: And the worksheets are so much fun to use.
Barking: What a nice comment. I did know about your x but I'm not sure if you said it on your blog or in our emails.
Very cool that you get along so well.
matt: I sure will.
mshatch: Thank you.
Kim: He's a keeper.
Elsie: Yes, we're big on charts. In the past, he's made all my bill and coupon charts as well.
Love those. And him.
I'm anal so I'd be all over that. :)ReplyDelete
Haha!! This is so awesome. And you guys sound so cute together. Here's to many more years of Progress Sheets and getting some (and more) :DReplyDelete
Jennifer: Love my charts, I use them for all kinds of fun stuff.ReplyDelete
Azra: Thanks bunches. He's a keeper.
Of course, there are times when being a mad scientist is entirely what's called for.ReplyDelete
Love that sheet! What a fab way to work your way through kitchen experiment.ReplyDelete
William: Totally agree.ReplyDelete
Lori: I will email you them. You can adjust the page as needed, like add oven temps to the top or whatever you fancy.
Just wants to check-in to let you know that apparently *I* am the best husband ever. My wife posted it all over her Facebook page yesterday. So, there you go.ReplyDelete
Martin: You coming by the start some shit on my blog, eh? Very nice. Congrats on being the best husband ever, says your wife.ReplyDelete
Hope to see you again.
Cheers and boogie boogie.