I made this amazing bread this Sunday night for my family. I have to admit that it does take a bit more work than Bisquick biscuits, but if you have the time, it’s definitely worth it. It is the perfect mix of classic white bread with just the right touch of sweet.
Like most wives, I love to torture my husband by handing him my purse to hold when we are in a store. In fact, sometimes I will find something to try on that I’m not even interested in buying, just so he has to hold my purse. I know this is cruel but it is also really funny. Sometimes I even point and laugh at him when he’s holding it. He usually just rolls his eyes and tosses the purse at me.
There’s a joke around our house about paying each other with knowledge. It all started one day when we were sitting around talking and my husband had mentioned how he had paid a bill over the phone and how he had randomly told the person who assisted him on the phone a little factoid. He then commented that he had not only paid the bill but also paid the representative with a little knowledge.
I’m not sure if this is the best news or the worst news I’ve ever heard. It seems that there is a clown shortage, according to the World Clown Association. Apparently this is due to old clowns dying off and no new clowns wanting to fill their giant shoes.
This recipe is a little twist on the classic potato soup. My mom always cooked with kielbasa, whether it was in a nice cold pasta salad during the summer or in a hot stir fry, it was a staple in my house growing up. However, it hasn’t been something I’ve cooked with much since I’ve been married, mainly because my husband is a huge hunter and we mostly eat game meat. Every once in a while I like a change of pace and will buy kielbasa. It’s almost considered a treat in my house since we have it so rarely.
Yes, I know it’s still February, but I just can’t help myself. I desperately want spring to make its appearance. I am growing weary of the below zero temperatures for a week, followed by high 30 degree temperatures. The snowy, icy, wet and slushy roads are starting to drive me crazy, literally.
One of my favorite things to eat for breakfast is monkey bread. If you’ve never had it, then you’re missing out on little pieces of deliciousness that pair delightfully with coffee, tea or milk. Monkey bread is the one breakfast I will make even if I don’t have to cook for anyone else. The only bad thing about it is that it tastes so good that it’s usually all I can do to keep myself from eating the entire batch myself.
Are there things you know you should say that you don’t? I know I could stand to use, “please,” and, “thank you,” more than I do. Who doesn’t appreciate someone with good manners? It is one thing that I’m constantly trying to work on with my boys. It’s a great way to impress their dates’ parents in a few years.
I imagine that when I die and step through the pearly gates and take my first breath that the sweet aroma of heaven will smell like a coffee house. I’m not sure if there is anything on earth (or in the sky) that smells better than fresh ground and brewed coffee.
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