Getting my oil changed at the place we'll call "Spiffy Pube", these were my magazine choices.
Obviously I chose the Honeybaked ham catalog, cause' you never know when you'll have a ham emergency and need to have a 12#, spiral-cut beauty FedExed in.
(As as aside to Enrique, my Spiffy Pube tech: I know what you did to my car. That noise, and the "check Engine" that's on now- that came on ONE HOUR after you all messed with my baby- yeah, you know what you did. I won't be back to visit you anytime soon, evil Spiffy Pube. I'll find somewhere else to get my hams from.)
I spent Sunday afternoon with my lovely lady Stacy at the St. Paul Art Crawl. We went to the bar at the Local Embassy Suites for bloodys beforehand. This is where, if you watch the news at all, you may remember this incident occurred.
No ducks were injured in the drinking of our tomato cocktails, I promise.
I bought some lovely earrings and this plate.
You will note that it depicts bunnies escaping from prison.
Yes it does.
Yesterday I got a haircut.
And yes, this is the best I could do for a picture. Cut me some slack. I'm retardedly busy.
Blurry, and I look angry.
It's a haircut. It's fine.
It looks a little Rock and Roll here. That is completely unintentional.
Like my muffin? Do you? Do you like it toasty and warm, big boy? Mmmm...tasty muffins.
Gotta go- many, many, many more of these to bake today.
I think that FINALLY, tomorrow, I will return to whatever "normal" is for me.
I'm really not sure what that means exactly.
I'll keep you posted.
I almost forgot! Here's the puffy pancake recipe!
Puffy Apple Pancake
2 tbsp. butter
2/3 c. flour
1 tbsp. sugar
2/3 tsp. salt
2/3 c. milk
sliced apples, if you like that sort of thing
Heat oven to 425 degrees. In medium bowl, combine eggs, flour, sugar, salt, milk and vanilla; beat until smooth (I just mix it in the blender). Spoon 2 tablespoons butter in to a 10 inch heavy oven proof skillet (I use a large glass pie pan). Place in oven to melt butter and heat skillet. Pour batter into prepared hot skillet. Top with sliced apples, if desired. Bake 20 to 25 minutes until edges are deep brown and puffy. Loosen pancake with knife or spatula; cut into wedges.
Dust with powdered sugar when done, serve with syrup or whatever the hell you want- I’m not the boss of you.