Poopyhead came home for lunch and surprised me with the rest of the afternoon off. So we ate leftovers, Tim cleaned the kitchen and I cleaned the crapper, and shredded more.
Now, we're off to Barnes.
But first, dig these waffle sticks. Made with organic spelt and mini-chocolate chips. They might not look pretty, but they sure eat good. This formula goes in the book.
And now, we're headed to Barnes. Cookery magazines for me, writing for Tim, and shared drink for both.
Perfect little day.
Now I want to go out to the bookstore and eat waffles. And maybe a tall ice coffee.ReplyDelete
You should come with us. So fun.Delete
Sounds like a great day. Have fun at Barnes!ReplyDelete
I got my work done and hung out with Hubby. It was the perfect little day.Delete
Love the new header pic - so pretty and springy :)ReplyDelete
Thanks. I took that last spring.Delete
Pretty or not, I'd eat that.ReplyDelete
I eat them frozen, too.Delete
they look really pretty and very inviting for a dollop of chocolate or ice cream or jam to be poured into those cubes :)ReplyDelete
I've eaten them with ice cream and they are yummy. Can't just eat one. So good.Delete
Big Smiles to you, as well.Delete
Never pass up waffle sticks!ReplyDelete
I like that. Might use it as a post title sometime. Thanks and boogie boogie.Delete
Those waffle sticks look pretty to me. Pretty good to eat! :) Hope you had a fun time at Barnes!ReplyDelete
We had such a nice afternoon and it wasn't planned. Just the perfect little day.Delete
Sounds like a great day, especially since it includes a trip to Barnes. Those waffle sticks look good to me. Homemade stuff is always the best.ReplyDelete
It was such an unexpected fun trip. Really helped get me away from all this sorting and tossing I've been doing.Delete
I'm a big fan of the waffle but have never had the courage to try to make my own. One day, one day....ReplyDelete
Do you have a waffle iron?Delete
I got this little one at Target for 20 bucks. It's a waffle stick iron. I thought it was a silly little toy, but I tell ya, it works great.
The booklet told me not to use spray so I did the veg oil like it told me and bam, haven't had to re-season it since.
I tell ya, Anne. I love this dinky little machine. It's so much fun.
what does it mean to re-season it? To wash it? I know that our nagymamas didn't wash their iron pans for palacsintas!Delete
No, never wash my palacsinta skillets, either. Are you kidding, my Mamam would come up from the grave and yell at me in Hungarian.Delete
Re-season I mean to say, add more oil to the hot grill area of the waffle iron. I only had to do it once and that was it. Very impressed with this little machine.
Where in the past, with my old waffle iron I always used spray oils. And it made my iron have a film. Never again.
Yes, it sounds like a lovely day indeed!ReplyDelete
Do you and your Rare One ever hit the bookstore cafes?Delete
They look Tasty have a good tripReplyDelete
Waffle sticks are silly but good. Thanks.Delete
PS: Haven't sat down to redo my blog yet but I think it'll be the first order of business once the house is done.
They look pretty good to me. Add some Nutella....ReplyDelete
I used to buy that stuff a lot but now that I coupon, I can't bring myself to pay the high-price. Though I have used it for icing way back when.Delete
That was the perfect little day. Well deserved after cleaning and shredding. Hope you found a treasure or two at Barnes!ReplyDelete
It was. I'm back at it today but it sure was nice to get a break and hit Barnes yesterday.Delete
We did get treasures. BBC GoodFood for me and Ghost Adventures on DVD for Tim.
Sounds like a great way to start the weekend. :)ReplyDelete
I can't believe how long ago it feels nice, but yeppers, it was a perfect little day.Delete
How went your weekend?