Here’s the menu for my family for the week of December 27th. As far as desserts go, we still have some Captain Crunch Candy and some fudge left, but the cookie jar is empty. I will probably make some easy cookie to fill the jar and use the left over marshmallow cream and Rice Crispies from the goodies I made last week and make some Rice Crispies treats. We’ll also make a celebration New Year’s 2011 cake.Pin It
Tag: New Year’s Day
Our family always enjoys a traditional New Year’s Day menu. That is: Black Eyed Peas, Turnip Greens, and Cornbread.
I’ve never really researched the tradition, just accepted it as what “people do”. So, last week while I planned on writing this post, I discovered this fascinating information on Wikipedia:Pin It
Laura at Heavenly Homemakers has offered us the opportunity to share what we’re thankful for in the last year. It’s supposed to be “Grati-TUESDAY” and today is Wednesday, but I was traveling yesterday and hadn’t written this ahead of time.
Here’s the menu for my family for the week of December 28th. As far as desserts go, my sister bought me a crème brûlée torch for Christmas, with the orders that I’m to make her crème brûlée while I’m here at my parents’ house. We are also traveling at the beginning and end of this week. If we are able to make a dessert at home, it will be star shaped cookies to celebrate New Year’s Day.Pin It
Because of the Hubble Constant, their math doesn’t even work out anymore. There are stars that are moving far too fast; stars that are far too distant, stars that are far too bright; etc., ad nauseam. Informed scientists know this. Many have abandoned the accepted theories and are in dedicated pursuit of the truth. Many others refuse to do so because of the metaphysical implications alternative theories present. The latter group has the loudest voice.Pin It