Today's lab didn't work as a pumpkin roll so I made SuzieQ-style sandwiches, filled with maple peanut butter. Oh my yum. Cannot wait for Frankenberry to get home. Only thing, I'm not sure I'll have any left. Just kidding.
Or am I ...?
In other news, I've been MIA, working on the new room. Apologies to anyone who has emailed me, that's been off too. Figure I'll get back in the game soon but had to pop in and share some photos.
PS: What's for lunch? I had these and they were goooooood.
Looking forward to the 'after' pictures!ReplyDelete
Slowly getting there ...Delete
Yeah, that carpet had to go.ReplyDelete
Maple peanut butter - that sounds awesome.
It really did have to go.Delete
Damn, those look good. And yes to 'after' pics!ReplyDelete
Thanks, and me too. Slowly getting there ...Delete
Looks like you've been working hard!ReplyDelete
Trying to get it done, taking a bit longer than planned but that's okay, too. Thanks for stopping by and Happy Spring!Delete
It looks as if you have been busy, and productive. Again.
Thanks. Taking longer than planned but that's okay too. Happy Autumn. Got any fruit bowls left? I recall last year you had lots of yummy fruit.Delete
Ivy! I was just starting to worry about you. Your pumpkin/peanut butter sandwiches look yummy! Your room is coming along nicely.ReplyDelete
My apologies, Christine. I hope to be back to normal Internet fun, soon. Been grooving on a new cabbage dish with veggies, will send you the pictures.Delete
These peanut butter thingies look great. Is that bread on either side? Or?
Hi Sheila. That's a pumpkin spice cake formula that I wrote last week but then made it again, yesterday.Delete
I wanted to roll it like a Swiss Roll/Pumpkin roll but it cracked too much so I switched gears and cut the bake into little cakes.
I have been somewhat missing too trying to finishReplyDelete
Send one of the yummy thing through my screen please.
Did you get your cabinet/cupboard thingy? Teleporting you some of the pumpkin peanut butter bake now.Delete
You've been busy, HW. The cookies look delicious.ReplyDelete
Thanks Marie. Happy Spring!Delete
Those look like tasty treats! Wow, you've been doing so much work on that room. You must be all buffed out now.ReplyDelete
Buffed out. lololololol.Delete
Maple peanut butter is a good combination!ReplyDelete
Simple but yummy. Happy Spring!Delete
I was thinking earlier today about how you hadn't posted for a while--then you show up. Crazy!ReplyDelete
Spooky stuff. How goes your spring? Hey, have you ever tried the Beyond Burger that's currently sold at Whole Foods? It's got ingredients that I won't eat but I am curious to talk to someone who has tried it and I remember you shop there. Ever try it? Or any of the Beyond Meat products?Delete
Sounds pretty scrumptious Ivy. Especially the maple peanut butter. Good luck with the renovations.ReplyDelete
Maple and peanut butter go well together. Honey does too though, so that could work as well.Delete
It is almost asparagus farm time for you? Oh my gosh, sounds so good.
I could probably eat half a pan of those... Enjoy your renos! -JennReplyDelete
I'll teleport you half a pan. Happy Spring, Jenn. Thanks for stopping in.Delete
Happy spring to you too! Finally! Now someone needs to tell Mother Nature. She seems to have missed the memo. You are moving and grooving on your projects. Go you!!ReplyDelete
Yesterday, we had teeny tiny snowflakes that looked fake. Sorta like movie snow. Did you get that too?Delete
Can't wait to see your after pics - yummy snack looks right up my alley. Happy Spring to you, too! I am SO ready for it!ReplyDelete
Today, we have lots of sunshine but burrrrrrr, it is cold here. Is it warm yet by you?Delete
YES. It's starting to get awful here - we skipped winter and went straight from Fall to Summer...Delete
Holy Crackers, Batman.Delete
You have been missed. It is nice to know that you have been your usual productive self. Oh my those sandwiches look so yummy.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Granny Annie - I'll be back regular soon, and catch up on the blogs. New room is coming along, slowly but I'm getting closer and closer to being able to paint. Thanks for stopping by and boogie boogie.Delete
OH my god...they look soooo gooood!ReplyDelete
Hi Linda :-) Happy SPRING !!!!Delete
Those look so delicious! And you are one busy bee.ReplyDelete
Slow and steady ...Delete
Got some new mud to play with. Supposed to be low-dust. We'll see. Cracking it open today.
How goes your busy bee work? Have you been able to cook/bake anything in the new kitchen? How goes the painting?
Hi Ivy ... glad all is well.ReplyDelete
I like the sound of your new cabbage dish with veggies, you were telling Christine about!
Have been enjoying some Spring like weather in my part of the UK
Take care and loads of good wishes
All the best Jan
Hi Jan - You might like this one, it's all veggies and easy enough to toss your meat of choice on top. I'll send you the pictures when I get back to email, as well.Delete
Glad to hear you're enjoying spring. Very cool. Thanks for stopping by.
That looks so yummy. Eww, tearing up carpet. I hate trying to get all those nails and tacks out of the floor.ReplyDelete
The nails. So many bloody nails. Ack.Delete
These look yummy! I hope your room is going well.ReplyDelete
Thanks. Behind schedule but that's okay. Would like to be done, done by staycation or at the very least, laying down the floor.Delete
How goes you? Got any good bakes going?
Happy Spring. I'm happy everything is going well for you and those peanut butter thingies look great. Meow!ReplyDelete
A tad behind schedule but that's okay too. Overall, moving forward. I'll take it. How goes Jacob?Delete
Those squares look too good to be legal! Good going on the reno. It's always a lot of work, but worth it in the end.ReplyDelete
Thanks Jenny. I agree about the reno.Delete