Quotidian: daily, usual or customary;
everyday; ordinary; commonplace
Not as good as it looks: my husband bought cream cheese-style cheese, which is gross.
That yogurt cream cap is basically clotted cream. Now if I only had a scone….
This smoothie is called “Let’s Clean Out the Fridge.”
And this one’s nectarine banana coconut (I think).
No hands: my butter problem is solved!
Rubbery (too much rennet?) Colby makes for a most excellent melting cheese.
The pigmentation machine glitched.
I spy a problem.
Thank goodness for my cheezer.
Finally sprung for a whole house fan.
Etching lines for easy milk measuring.
Yet another step of the (very involved) mushroom-growing project.
Looks like we have a driveway mechanic.
He let her borrow his car in exchange for a wash.
Lil Peach: Outside.
And in! Note the recessed lighting (under the shelving) of which he’s particularly proud.
This same time, years previous: the coronavirus diaries: week thirteen, berries for supper, how do you want to be when you grow up?, the quotidian (6.4.18), the quotidian (6.6.16), a better grilled cheese sandwich, on pins and needles, meat market, of a sun-filled evening.
I think you mentioned in one of your videos that you do not use shortening. Do you skip those recipes or do you substitute butter? How do they turn out? I have not bought shortening in many years but sometimes there are recipes with it that I would like to make.
Thank you for any info you have.
I look forward to your posts and videos. Fun and informative.
Yes, I generally just automatically swap for butter, but sometimes I’ll use lard instead. (Lard and shortening yield a product with a pretty similar texture.)
That chicken was in terrible pain.
Great schoolie! And, yes, it’s those little touches that really make it