I thought I'd share a little project I created this morning at work.
Jealous that I get paid to do something this fun?!
|Lagoon Trip 2011|
|Our favorite bakery and coffee shop in Seattle|
|I didn't take a picture on our honeymoon (I guess my mind was|
elsewhere),but this is the hotel we stayed back in November.
|We drove 45 minutes for this: The Pazookie at BJ's|
|On left: Summer 2011 === On right: 8 months earlier on our honeymoon!|
|Husband & Wife|
|These are worth every penny of the whole $5.00 you will spend for 3-5 mats. Imagine chopping some onions, |
picking up the mat, bending and letting the onions fall gracefully into your pot. No mess required.
|A bench scraper makes clean up pretty much as easy as it gets. Scrape up dough pieces that are stuck to the counter, excess flour and all, and dump into trash.|
|You'd better believe I bought a brand name can opener. The $3 dollar cheapy I first bought at Wal Mart lasted about 3 weeks, and KILLED my hands & wrists every time I opened a measly aluminum can.|
|Chopping with dull knifes? |
Now you don't have to, because Rada Cutlery makes a really great product! I literally ordered a set of knifes
the day after we got home from our honeymoon. Good knifes make cooking so much better.
|BEEP BEEP BEEP. That's the sound of our smoke alarm going of because,|
the pie I baked last weekend
ooed and gooed all over the bottom of my oven.
I don't have time to scrub my oven after every baking escapade, but this makes it so all you
have to do is remove the liner from the oven and gently wipe all the burnt particles into the trash.
Again, clean up made easy.
|You call that inflexible 3 wired thing a whisk??? Really? |
I don't have ALL day to froth up my eggs for the ooey goodness of pastry cream.
|The BeAUTifUl flowers my husband surprised me with on V-Day.|
I told you he spoils me.