Yaaaayy!!! And Booo on the little finger burn. :)
Long time no talk. How goes you?
Good on the first!! I've got my hand raised too.On the second one, I always burn myself .... nearly always (haha!) when using an oven. An aloe vera plant is an essential stand-by when using the oven, and it works.Great illustrations, Ivy.
Agreed. Aloe is amazing to have on hand. Right now, I'm taking a short break from gutting my kitchen, but one of my kitchen goals is to find a spot for winter healing plants and herbal fun.Loved all your artwork. Have you ever considered professional illustration?
Haha boogie boogie!
Boogie boogie, back.
Yay for the butter, boo for the burn!
I just moved my pizzelle iron back to a central spot, in the lab.Muwhahaha.
Good to hear Whisk, excellent news apart from the finger!
Thanks, Lurker. That's be my fault. Too much silliness in the lab.
Happy happy joy joy! :)
I burned my arm making pork tenderloin the other night, just a little one. So happy you survived melted butter, go pizzelles! Loving your header art!
Sorry that you burnt yourself. How was the porK? What did you serve with it? Thanks about the header.
Love pizzelles, my favorite! Sorry about the burn, but if I don't get burned or cut, I'm doing it all wrong. :)
Which kind do you like? Tim loves the almond the best. Second up, vanilla.
Good job but bad job too !cheers, parsnip
sorry you burned yourself...i do it almost every time I cook...pizzelles sound delightful.
Do you make them, too?
Always pay attention Ivy. I burn myself regularly through inattention. Remember you making pizzelles last Christmas
You're right, Jo. It's one of the top rules in the kitchen.
Awesome sauce!! I might just have to buy myself a pizzelle iron!! Have a great day :-)
With you living Italy, you're bound to find lots of great pizzelle formulas to play with.
I hope your finger is feeling better. I love Christmas music!
All better, thanks. Your orange muffines looked yummmmmy.
Hope your burn is all better. I sliced my thumb good yesterday so I feel for you! Pizzelles sounds great, never tried that!
All better, thanks. Yikes on slicing your thumb good yesterday. How is your thumb doing today? Better?
Poor little finger. You gotta pay attention, Wonder Woman, when you're gettin' down :)
True, I do.
I just love listening to Christmas music at this time of year ...Burns are just part of cooking aren't they !?Perhaps we should all pay more attention when in the kitchen ...I'm sure my dear mum used to say that too !All the best Jan
I think they are, yes. And you're right, I do need to. But the xmas spirit took hold and bam, burnolla.
No rash or throat closing -- good. Burnt finger -- bad. Glad yesterday was a success!
Thanks. How's your cold?
That's what I said.
Congrats on the butter but sorry to hear about the burn!
Thanks, Suzie the Foodie.