Date Night Canceled and Flour A, Flop
In other news, Flour A didn't work on my chicken tenders. However, this morning, Flour B worked pretty good on American-style pancakes and that gave me an idea for a pancake, cake - layered with coconut frosted goodness. More on that when I give it a go.
Earlier, I told you about making coconut butter. Well, after I did that I also made an almond butter, cacao and coconut butter mix. It was pretty darn good and less expensive than me buying hazelnuts.
It's just about supper time here at The Manor. Chicken legs, tots and organic baby arugula (rocket). Enjoy your weekend and I'll catch ya' on the flipside.
Posted by The Happy Whisk at 7:54 PM
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Too bad about datenight, stuff happens! Your dinner sounds good! I did fast fry pork chops tonight!ReplyDelete
That's okay. A night in works too. I'm playing in the kitchen. What did you have on the side of your chops?Delete
Your supper sounds very good, Ivy! I love the Christmas tree image! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, I don't know where I got that one from.Delete
You and Tim have a good weekend!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Lurker. You guys too.Delete
Merry Christmas to you and Tim, Ivy!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Norma. I laughed at your last comment about skipping them too. Good stuff. Happy Christmas.Delete
Plans changed and it sounds like it all worked out fine. take careReplyDelete
Yes, it really turned out nice. And we got some snow overnight. Very pretty.Delete
Have a nice weekend Ivy!!! Have fun!ReplyDelete
You too. Your gingerbread cake looked wonderful.Delete
Sorry to hear about date night but there's always another time!ReplyDelete
True. And really, we didn't mind. Still two days left.Delete
Did you get snow? We did. Not buckets but enough. So pretty.Delete
Cuddling together to watch a movie is a good date too!ReplyDelete
Even that bit got canceled, but there's still two days left.Delete
We had a simple tomato soup and cheese roll last night. I am sure you will organise another date night soon.ReplyDelete
I used to enjoy tomato soup and grilled cheese, back in the day. How was your cheese roll? Baked in, heated? Or room temp?Delete
Room temp It was goat cheese, creamy like Brie, and delicious. Using it in our Convent Eggs tonight.Delete
Room temp, very nice.Delete
Too bad about date night :( But the rest sounds really nice!ReplyDelete
It was, for sure. We didn't make it out today, either. Shooting for Sunday.Delete
How goes your baking?
It's bad to miss a date nite but staying in and watching a movie is the next best thing...xoxoReplyDelete
We thought we'd go today but instead enjoyed being home. Sunday, we'll hit Barnes. Do you have bookshoppes with cafes there? And if so, do you guys go there?Delete
Awww! Why did it get cancelled?ReplyDelete
Snow. But that's okay, we're fixing to go on Sunday.Delete
Sorry to hear about date night...just catching up on your blog. The butters sound pretty amazing. They are so popular in the States right now. I read about them everywhere in blog land but have never made any myself. I'll have to look into that. There must be a reason they're so popular right?ReplyDelete
Hey Girl. I'm not sure if they are popular or not, but I can tell you that I've been making them at home for a very long time. I'm a from scratch kinda gal.Delete
Hope you give it a go, it's great fun.
Sounds like a good supper. Hope you enjoyed it!ReplyDelete
Always fun to play in the kitchen. Do you like to cook or bake?Delete