I cooked butternut squash for the first time. All I did was roast the squash, let it cool, scrapped it out into a mixing bowl where I put honey, salt, pepper, and a little butter. I then baked it in the oven for about 10 minutes. Easy and delicious (I hope).
This morning was about going to breakfast at a local restaurant called The Longhorn for their Eggs Longhorn which is their signature dish. Scrambled eggs, hash browns with biscuits and gravy are sure to get you going.
I hope your Thursday is good and tasty.
Something funny from our four-legged friends as they celebrate their own Thanksgiving feast. Warning cuteness and mass gorging ahead.
You will enjoy doing something different this coming weekend.
During the virus crisis it’s important to support local businesses. Today I ordered Chinese food (my favorite sesame chicken) for lunch from Hunan Wok through Uber Eats. Local places need the support in a big way now.
So many establishments are having to modify the way they operate and serve customers that it’s having a impact on their bottom line. Support local and you can’t go wrong.
A thrilling time is in your immediate future.
On Shrove/Fat Tuesday it’s traditional to make pancakes which uses up all of ones fatty stuffs such as butter, sugar, milk, etc before the season of Lent where one gives up such indulgent foods. These are my scratch made pancakes and store made maple sausage. I don’t know what I’m doing for Lent yet. I have a few hours to figure it out.