I'm also toying with YouTube, G+, Patreon and a possible zine, but I don't have enough details to share at this time. Nor do I know HOW to get where I want to go. The good news is, I know WHERE I want to go.
Now I just gotta figure out all those little steps.
Anyway, here's a clip I did the first week, after hitting the organic farm stand. I've been eating solely organic local garlic forever and I love the stuff. So flippin' good.
Now I'm off to bake an apple pie (without garlic).
Hi Ivy! I'm home again and finally got to see all your videos -- they're great! You have a lovely and melodious voice. These videos are a wonderful new vehicle for you and your foodie thoughts!ReplyDelete
Hi Debra: welcome back. You've been missed.Delete
Thank you for your kind words and, for taking the time to watch my clips.
I hope your plans work out OK Ivy. I like the idea of apple pie and garlic LOL. Have you ever tried putting cloves in instead of cinnamon? It's how we make apple pie in the UK.ReplyDelete
Hi Jo: Yeppers. I use cloves in many things and as a HUGE fan and owner of Mary Berry books, I have made her classic apple pie.Delete
That said, I find marriage of clove and cinnamon (and other warm spices), to produce the most robust flavours. Happiness, in a pie.
Which I might use later as a post titile.
Hope things are good on your end. One more day off for Tim. Lovely day here.
Only use garlic in apple pie if hosting vampires.ReplyDelete
Very true and excellent idea.Delete
Garlic from the store is not garlic at all.ReplyDelete
I ADORE YOUR VOICE !ReplyDelete
You have a plan first step
The Square Ones would say Gud !
Thanks, Parsnip. Yes, lots of little steps to go.Delete
Thanks, The Square Ones.
beautiful garlic! G+ is that Google+? I can't comment on Google+ blogs as I have not converted.ReplyDelete
Hey Christine: I've unfollowed a few blogs because the bloggers decided to keep their blogs G+ only. Mine blog won't be like that.Delete
You know what they say about garlic... "A nickel will get you on the subway, but garlic will get you a seat."ReplyDelete
Is that a real saying? Because it sounds like one.Delete
Welcome back, Buttface!
I've never seen purple garlic before! It looks pretty and I want to try (and I hope you wouldn't put it in the pie :P)ReplyDelete
So much flavour and punch. Hope you get to try some, soon.Delete
Love garlic and apple pie, separately. Enjoy baking :)ReplyDelete
For sure, separately.Delete
I always leave here hungry and jealous!ReplyDelete
Glad you have a plan for your videos. Are you going to leave Blogger behind for the other choices?
Hey Ava - I've got the end goal in site but it'll be all trial and error on the way there.Delete
As of this comment, no plans to leave the personal blog. Thanks for asking.
That garlic looks so wonderful. This house is never without garlic. Ever.ReplyDelete
Staple here as well. Such good stuff.Delete
Apple pie with cinnamon, definitely not garlic!ReplyDelete
Hey shouldn't all kitchens have garlic, onions and loads of other great stuff!
All the best Jan
I think they should, yes. And now, I'm working on a garlic pie/tart thingy. Yum.Delete
How goes you, today?