Friday, February 20, 2009

Chips, Sausage and Mushy Peas

Spouse gives his opinion on the dinner

I put the chips on a preheated cookie sheet in a very hot oven right after they drained and they were much crispier! I think Ill try the double frying next (which sounds like how you do plantains) and see which method I like best. The oven one seems like it might be easiest though, but two swims through hot fat sounds tastier.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Snoody McSnoodster

I made a snood last week using this vintage pattern but still need to put the elastic in. I'll take pics of it on and my hair done when I've got it ready for prime time. Snoods work up really quickly. I think if I like how it looks on me, I'll make a few more as a stash-busting project. They go quicker than the kids' toys (that I have no picture of :( ) I made for the nephews.

Sunday, February 08, 2009

I seem to be in a Pinter play all the time

Interior apartment, afternoon
Me: There's still bread. You should eat some.
Spouse: What?
Me: Bread. There's bread.
Spouse: You want me to eat some bread?
Me: Yes, I'm hawking bread at you. You don't have to eat the small piece. I'll use that in meatballs.
Spouse: What?
Me: Meatballs.
Spouse: Oh. Meatballs.
Me: There's granola too.
Spouse: How much ingredients are left.
Me: I used all the flakes but there's lots of fruit (holds up containers of dried fruit)
Spouse: Lots of fruit left.
Me: Yes, it will be good for hot cereal.
Spouse: What?
Me: Cereal. Hot cereal. Porridge, Cream of Wheat.
Spouse: Oh.
Me: You know, the longer we live together, the more we sound like Pinter characters. You know, how the dialog is always stilted, and people talk over each other.
Spouse: (raising foot) Pull my foot.


Yes, I swear this conversation happened today (hell, every day). It was actually longer, but would probably work better on stage than page.