Well, that got a laugh, and my item from the high shelf without flashing my bottom to everyone in the aisle. Maybe flats next time?
The holidays of Pesach and Easter overlap this year, which is causing all sorts of issues in our interfaith family. As I'm not terribly religious, I don't mind having bread in the house so long as it isn't consumed during Pesach. I baked Kulich to keep in the freezer for a late Easter dessert (here's the recipe from last year's post) http://eattheblog.blogspot.com/2014/04/easter-baking-paska-and-kulich.html. We already sampled one of the loaves (well, I didn't but the boys did) and I'm sure it will be gone by tomorrow. Earlier, I baked Paska, and have two in the freezer for our belated celebrations. I think this is a good compromise, as Danny would be disappointed if I skipped it, and he gets to enjoy a bit of the baking now.
I bought paper baking moulds rather than trying to find coffee tins that were unlined with a plastic coating (most are these days)and it worked so well I may never go back to baking in tins. Imagine a large muffin liner made of heavy greaseproof paper with a cardboard bottom. Once placed on a baking sheet, they are stable in the oven and can be used as a container to give away baked goods. I wish I'd known about these earlier-it would have saved a lot of fuss over the years. Buying the liners did require going to the snooty kitchen supplies store, but the salesperson was lovely, and it was a quiet afternoon without the typical crowd of
Pink dotted blouse-Thrift World
Jones Studio jacket-Goodwill
Skirt-Sears, years ago
Flower-Tiff and Tam
Black Hills Gold necklace-Gift from Danny
60's link belt-Goodwill
Pink lucite bangle-Goodwill
The flip-off was getting tired, so I thought I'd give nose-thumbing a go. I apologise in advance if this means something else outside of North America (as so many things do). Here, it helps if you do a taunting, "Nah, nah, nah" for effect.
Hope you're having a nice weekend. I'm off to find my pervert-proof panties.