spacebabie: River Tam and James Norrington...used when I write crossovers. (Love)
and Kaitlin was the one that partied. Her daycare that she goes to one day a week held their Halloween party yesterday and she got a goodie bag.

I scalped and scooped out the brains of the pumpkin and today I drew a kitty face for it.

I cooked a dinner of fried catfish and hush puppies. Look ma, I can deep fry. I used the big pot that I usually use for spaghetti for the oil. Gave some of the fish and hush puppies to Kaitlin. She's not big on fish yest but she loved the hush puppies. After she went to bed Will and I ate our dinner with some spumante.

We exchanged cards and I gave my husband some batman boxers.

And we watched Ten Inch Hero. Good romantic comedy with Jensen Ackles as the punk character and Danneel Harris/Ackles is also in it.

food

Oct. 9th, 2011 11:56 am
spacebabie: River Tam and James Norrington...used when I write crossovers. (Halloween icon)
Cornmeal pancakes.

I just made them and they are yummy topped them with butter and honey, and now that I have cornmeal in the house I will be making cornbread muffins.

Cooking.

Jul. 31st, 2011 02:09 pm
spacebabie: River Tam and James Norrington...used when I write crossovers. (Confident)
About a week ago I made a home made pizza from scratch with home made sauce and crust and it was good, It was thick with toppings and plenty of cheese but oh so good.

A few days ago I made Frenc Bread pizzas and today I made Monte Cristos.
spacebabie: River Tam and James Norrington...used when I write crossovers. (Holiday icon)
The big and main cast came off and they put a smaller cast on that will have to stay on for four weeks. She can bend her knee and she is pretty pleased with that. I've been cleaning away the dead skin that had collected under the cast around her knee and applying plenty of lotion.

Kaitlin can also clap now.

I came across a recipe for a Portuguese chicken dish and made that.

and I watched this.

spacebabie: River Tam and James Norrington...used when I write crossovers. (Default)
The current temperature is 71 degrees. The high will be 78. Perfect day for taking the baby out for a stroll. Which we did.

I made myself some stuffed French toast for breakfast. I stuffed it with Nutella. It's basically a Nutella sandwich that is dipped in the egg mix and fried. I made another one for my husband so he can have it for breakfast for tomorrow. I topped mine with some strawberries and powdered sugar.

It was a perfect day yesterday as well. That was why we ate out in the bistro area of the restaurant. Most people wanted to be inside so the could watch the Texans vs Cowboys game. I'm not much of a football fan. Although I am proud to say that the Cowboys won.

Woo Stuff

Aug. 12th, 2010 02:02 pm
spacebabie: River Tam and James Norrington...used when I write crossovers. (Confident)
Autumn arrived last night. We will be dropping of Kaitlin with her paternal grandparents tonight. We will be heading to Pensacola tomorrow. In November the baby will be on her first roadtrip to Orlando to visit her other grandparents and her Uncle Buster.

Last night I cooked a good dinner. I made fried chicken using the thighs and Panko aka Japanese bread crumbs. There is this mashed potatoes in a bag thing that I made. You take the bag, steam it in the microwave for ten minutes, then you dump the taters into a bowl, add milk and butter and mash away. Didn't have any gravy so I mixed in some minced garlic, parsley and basil. Third dish was some corn mixed with sauted red bell pepper.

Watched Planet 51 last night. Cute movie with The Mac as the hero. Also had Stifler and the Rock in it. Very cute and had several funny moments.

I also did some art. This took a few days to put together.



Vampires Beware
by ~Spacebabie on deviantART

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May. 5th, 2010 02:48 pm
spacebabie: River Tam and James Norrington...used when I write crossovers. (Mommy icon)
Kaitlin got fitted with orthopedic shoes yesterday and yes they are connected by a metal bar.

Poor girl had a rough night last night. She likes to kick and it's hard with her feet secured like that. She has been raising her legs. I don't know if that will make them stronger or not.

I made a carrot cake on Monday. It's my favorite kind of cake and I also made the frosting, and yes I did the cooking by the book and the cake is delicious, no lie.

I used up the remaining three carrots for my husband. I sliced them up and cooked them in a mixture of water, Country Crock, and brown sugar.

I made him the carrots since he doesn't like asparagus at all, not even steamed or sauteed. I sauteed the green spears in a mix of Country Crock, minced garlic, basil, oregano, pepper and salt and it turned out delicious.

Tonight I'll probably just go easy and make microwave taquitos with some Spanish style rice and a salad.
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I've never seperated or folded before, eggs that is. I also never grated a lemon rind before and I'm so glad that I did. The scent alone was worth it.

I made cream cheese souffle pancakes and topped them with sliced strawberries and strawberry jelly. These are so light and fluffy and yummy.
spacebabie: River Tam and James Norrington...used when I write crossovers. (Default)
When we were in Florida my father bought us a bag of macadamia nuts for snackin

I still have those nuts and I cjopped some up and used them in cookies. I love the aroma of freshly chopped macadamias.

I made pancakes with them today. I got the idea from House.

Also I married the only man who says "Fuck you" to a bottle of syrup.
spacebabie: River Tam and James Norrington...used when I write crossovers. (Up to Something)
I made fries last night. Usually when I have fries I just open a bag, but since I plenty of potatoes I just cleaned them off, cut them into strips and fried them up. They turned out great.

Today I made an omelette. I'm usually good at those. I'm better at them now than when I still with my folks, but then again all my frying pans have teflon. I wanted to have one cause Alton Brown made them the other day. I mixed in parsley, basil, and oregano into the eggs and before I slid the eggy dish off the skillet I sprinkled in some parmesean cheese and after the final fold drizzled on a little olive oil.

I am getting over my fear of frying, although when I cooked the fries last night my main fear came true. I used a little vegetable oil and my fear is that with all that sparking greasing it would strike me, and it did on the hand while I was stirring the fries now. It only hurt for a few seconds and didn't leave a burn behind though.

Now I'm going to be lazy and just have some Spaghetti-os...although I will mix in some spices.

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