Years ago, when I fell in love with cooking, I got most of my recipes from the Taste of Home and Taste of Home Quick Cooking magazines. Every month I would wait for my two magazines and peruse through them for new dishes to make. And at the end of the year, I would buy their annuals and the annual of their sister magazine, Country Living.
I finally stopped subscribing to these magazines because I had ten years’ worth of recipes that I would never get through. But I would still sometimes pick up a digest-sized cookbook at Ralph’s if it caught my attention. I never really stopped looking for new dishes to make.
These days I find recipes on the internet, specifically, Facebook. I follow several pages like Recipes For Family, Eating On A Dime, Brown Eyed Baker, Delish Recipes, Skinny Recipes, and Taste of Home. Today I was looking for a recipe for potato soup I thought I saved but hadn’t. I did find it, and I’ll be making it next week. Now I have to find the recipe for herb biscuits I saved…
Aside from cooking at home, I also am a volunteer on kitchen staff at my church. Kris argues that I make her fat. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2mU6USTBRE
To that I say https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcJjMnHoIBI
Oh, look! Another recipe…
136th blog completed.
First Steampunk novel: 72,193 words. Need to expand to about 80,000 words. ß Didn’t work on it. Catching up on critiques.
First Steampunk screenplay: Need to update with notes from the novelization.
Second Steampunk screenplay: 162 pages.
Second Steampunk novel: 0 words.
Third Steampunk screenplay: 38 pages.
Tried a new recipe for Halloween: Hot Dog Mummies Halloween Recipe – Mom Endeavors
“These Hot Dog Mummies were a simple and tasty Halloween treat. A bowl of chili made a great companion dish.” – Vincent Reinheart.
“I came as Marty Feldman.”