Wednesday, February 14

Awwww, snap.

There has been some serious baking going on up in this piece! Yeller and I have baked eight batches of cookies in two days. The other night we created the world's largest ginger snap.



Today Yeller and I had been planning to drown our February 14 woes in ice cream-for-dinner and a folk concert, but it looks like our plans will have to change. A big storm is coming, and I'm not just talking about my mother.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi.

Emiliano

Anonymous said...

Dear Enough Big Cookies and Baking Agent Yellow,

I'm glad you all are going for the world's biggest gingersnap because I read an article about the 20 something year old in England who hold's the world record for number of brussell sprouts eaten in one minute. I was worried that EFC would fall in with that crowd, but I see that A.Y. has been a good influence. Thank you, A.Y., thank you.

-Corinne

Faith said...

That is an awesome and tasty looking gingersnap. Good luck with the snowstorm! Apparently it's snowing EVERYWHERE right now. Dan's afternoon classes were canceled; mine was not. Those Long Islanders are a bunch of pansies. OMG I WILL SEE YOU IN ONE MONTH YAY!!!!!!

Melanie said...

How-dee!

Love that ginger snap and have a suggestion: make two, then slather a serious layer of ice cream between them while they are still warm and voila! You have your ice cream dinner! (grins)

DC had ~2 inches of ice, 25 MPH winds with gusts of 40, and it made the ice falling off the roof sound like steam trains! Or, now that I think about it, similar weather while sitting under the impressive slate roof in Skinner!
Yeah, and our road is still doing a professional version of a slip-n-slide. But colder. NO bathingsuits there!

Looking forward to our trip your way in about a month!

Hope you are warm and are having a good time snowshoeing in the white stuff!

~ Melanie