Did you know that Santa drives a convertible in the north???
Being watched (at Foleyet, Ontario)
Though Niki has been in our new places several times… she isn’t to sure about it. At least it has her rug and smells like us. (at Foleyet, Ontario)
Well our tree is finally up. It’s missing presents though. (at Foleyet, Ontario)
Also witch magic, duh.
Coffee and chocolate cake
Is this, reaching inside the oven and grabbing the oven rack, really how you burn your hand, a lot? And do you put the pizza right on the dirty ass oven rack anyway? Maybe you do, maybe this is all normal. Feel free to let me know if this is a normal thing you do with your human hand, sticking it in a hot oven and burning it before you remember the reason you’re going in there is that you were cooking.
Kim’s Delightful Chocolate Fondue Recipe My secret is that I used Toblerone chocolate, the mix of chocolate and almond nougat makes a difference. Ingredients for 4 persons: 8 or 9 peaks of Toblerone (I buy the large bar widely available at the grocery aisle and I am left with 3 peaks) About 1/4 cup 1 tablespoon of 15% cream – adjust to taste 1 to 2 tablespoons of Grand Marnier Full strawberries, sliced bananas, pears cut in thin quarter- like shapes, pineapple pieces, melon scoops Add 3/4 of the cream and all the chocolate in a double boiler to melt the chocolate. Stir regularly while its melting; the goal is that the chocolate does not burned. Check the consistency while the chocolate is melting, you may add some cream but do not forget that the Grand Marnier is more liquid. When the chocolate is almost melted, add the Grand Marnier. When the chocolate is fully melted, adjust the cream if necessary to get the right smoothness. Transfer in the Chocolate Fondue Pot. Light the candle, stir a little, dip the fruit and savor with friends. You can serve tea, coffee or a glass of Port wine. (via Put the Chocolate Fondue on the Menu with Jacob Wagner « MenuDesignShop)
Not happy with the snow. Poor Sadie. (at Foleyet, Ontario)
Niki enjoying HER snow. Its really coming down put there. (at Foleyet, Ontario)