Here's the deal:
Wait for a huge snowstorm.
Make a wonderful, amazing, fantastic, stupendous IGLOO with all of your neighbors.
Spend all day cooking and building, building and cooking.
Eat Pizza. Eat Chocolate. Play with Children. Laugh with Adults. Meet new friends.
Smile at your sore back. Go inside and dry off. Spend time with friends and Lukas, the wonderBaby!
Pour some homebrews. Play some music. Sing along. Play games. Laugh and try to design the FolkFoods Label. Put your hair up. Take your clothes off and jump into the hot tub. Watch some YouTube videos about Chad Vader. Laugh. Laugh. Laugh!
Defrost some hearty barley, mushroom, FolkFoods Veggie Crumble soup.
make Cornbread (recipe below!)
pour more Homebrews!
Eat your fill. Drink what you like. (instead of Homebrew, drink homemade Kahlua, if you like - recipe to follow! It's great with Vanilla Ice Cream or raw real milk! Or... HomeMade Hibiscus Tea, thanks, Jenn **stay tuned to find out how to make really healthy fizzy drinks from this stuff!**)
Eat Soup, add some FolkFoods MasterSauce for spice, rave about how wonderful soup is on a cold day and appreciate the cold day's warmth with friends.
Play Othello. make Brownies. Eat Brownies in the IGLOO. Jump Around. and Smile at the moon! Oh yeah, light candles for dinner, bring them to the IGLOO and kiss your people. on the head. Shake, rattle and roll....
From experience, this is a recipe for a wonderful evening.
Cornbread Recipe (adapted from Didi Emmon's Vegetarian Planet) (Here's her newest gig!)
(preheat oven to 400 degrees and put some cast iron pots into it!)
2 cups Cornmeal
1 whole wheat flour
1 t salt
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
2 cups whole real raw milk
1 cup homemade yogurt
lots of honey (2 tbsp)
3 eggs (or 4, if you are feeling giddy enough)
some canola oil (about 4 tbsp)
mix everything together
fill the cast iron pots about halfway. (take them out of the oven first!)
then put in FolkFoods Veggie Crumble (sauted with red onion, taco seasoning and dark beer)
then add grated cheese (whatever cheese you like - we used garlic cheddar)
then fill the rest of the cast iron with the rest of the batter
bake at 400 degrees until browned on top and a toothpick comes out clean!
Sleep Well and Sweet Dreams!
Saturday, March 3, 2007
Here's the deal: