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By: GardenGrrl, 1:00 AM GMT on January 15, 2016
Cooking Class for bread isn't until the end of the month.
So here is some blog filler until then.
These are some fun photos I did today. The goblets were set up on a stand in front of my mini blinds. It looked okay. There is a full length mirror by it that I use to reflect window light back to the plants. Now in the mirror the goblets took on new shapes and reflection. So took pictures of the goblets through the mirror then cloned out all the dis...
Updated: 12:40 AM GMT on February 01, 2016
By: GardenGrrl, 8:04 PM GMT on December 31, 2015
Well, last year I continued with my goals of reading something positive every morning. Have two different e-mails sent every day from inspirational web sites. Been pretty good about reading them. Have had a bit more time than I would have liked to practice things like meditation, growth, finding myself. Guess I need to be careful about what I ask for in my spiritual development. Ouch.
This year I'm asking the universe for a huge winning lotte...
Updated: 5:50 PM GMT on January 08, 2016
By: GardenGrrl, 7:02 PM GMT on December 19, 2015
So MERRY CHRISTMAS YA-ALL!
Time to post Christmassy and Holiday stuff.
Updated: 10:58 AM GMT on December 20, 2015
By: GardenGrrl, 10:16 PM GMT on November 28, 2015
As promised or threatened depending how you look at it, this really is going to be a blog about recipes and weather. To get this started, here is my mostly pecan, pecan pie recipe.
I like pecan pie but don't really care for ones that have more sugar gel goo than pecans and will just eat the pecans and leave the blob on the plate. So I came up with this recipe that is more pecans than anything else. It also has chocolate chips.
Maple Pecan Surp...
Updated: 11:17 PM GMT on December 02, 2015
By: GardenGrrl, 1:34 AM GMT on October 30, 2015
With cooler weather it is time to light our ovens and culinary imaginations.
There are Holiday pastries and treats to make. Creative side dishes to go with turkeys. hams and lambs need to be prepared.
So share your cooking tips and recipes here.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Start your kitchens.
This photo is from Cooking School, Chefs Jeff and Toni are straining the chicken stock we made. It then became an amazing soup and stock base f...
Updated: 4:02 AM GMT on November 28, 2015