Today is a cold, rainy evening here. My sister Tomala made us grilled ham and Swiss cheese sandwiches for breakfast this morning.
I got to admit, they’re really delicious. 🙂 Then I got on the Roku this afternoon to play games for a little bit, and catch up to my favorite TV shows on Hulu for a few hours after that. I sure had a good afternoon today. 😀
And now for no reason here’s a random Gmod picture from awhile back:
Since my upcoming birthday will begin in less than a week, I thought I’d share this recipe video of a peanut butter cup cake from The Rachael Ray Show. It’s a cake with peanut butter cream cheese frosting, chocolate ganache and some chopped chocolate peanut butter cups on top.
Now this will be my birthday cake. 🙂
Thought I’d share this fudge wreath recipe video from The Rachael Ray Show since Christmas is around the corner:
I was going through some Rachael Ray clips on YouTube and I found this one on how to make watermelon popsicles:
I’d say those are pretty good. 😀 Now I just need some popsicle sticks and pieces of watermelon to make them.
Last night, I was watching a Rachael Ray Show clip on YouTube and I found this story on how to make classic southern Chicken & Waffles with buttermilk, blue cheese and a buffalo-whiskey sauce:
I like both chicken AND waffles but not together and oh my god, that kind of recipe makes me wanna vomit.
I decided to have some of Tomala’s vegetable soup for breakfast. It has carrots, peas, celery, potatoes, green beans, radishes and onion.
That’s good soup. 😀
I was watching a couple of Rachael Ray recipe clips where Gwyneth Paltrow was making taquitos and chicken enchiladas:
I should learn how to make them for dinner someday. 😉
Last night, I was watching a YouTube clip of the Rachael Ray Show and I found this story on how to make short rib lasagna:
Well, I’m sorry. Ribs and lasagna do not go together. Ribs: Good. Lasagna: Great. Ribs in lasagna: Nasty crap.
I was on YouTube last night, and I was watching a clip on The Rachael Ray Show where Sara Moulton is on the show, talking about her new easy-to-use cookbook called ‘Sara Moulton’s Home Cooking 101: How to Make Everything Taste Better’:
I should start reading more cookbooks. 🙂