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The socks say "Team Awesome" but they have nothing on that Orange Suit Coat, Mark!
So what's this got to do with my pantry/freezer challenge? Not a whole lot, but I wanted a good dedication this time around so Terry this Bud's for you!
Anyhow on the cooking home front things have gotten somewhat interesting again. They generally do when I get creative and daring all at the same time! I am cooking somewhat regularly and primarily with items that have been in my freezer or pantry for extended periods of time. Much to my husband's surprise,I cleaned the fridge and pantry again this weekend to see where we are at with things and shockingly I found this...If you are freaked out about Ebola DO NOT READ THIS BOOK. If you are like me: eternally curious, love science and have a strong stomach, read it soon because you will LOVE IT. I may read it again before I return it to the library.
Then tonight Kara and I made a batch of Karla's Famous Home-made Mustard and shortly after starting the stuff simmering a little bit splashed up into my right eye; it burned like Hell (or at least like what I imagine Hell would burn like) and I may have sworn a couple of times before frantically submerging my entire head under the faucet in order to rinse my eye. Being witness to the ordeal, Kara was freaked out and ran out of the room upset. I rinsed on because I was concerned about permanent eye damage and I figured I could do damage control with Kara once I knew I was not going to become the next One Eyed Willy. She returned a short time later wearing a pair of shades ready to safely cook on....Smart Girl!
Future's so BRIGHT she has to wear shades!
So the mustard is now chilling in our fridge, I am writing for "all ya'll" while occasionally talking to myself and Jeff is snoozing in his chair. Life is really good!