Check it out! Tribally branded condoms.
Auntie had a bunch on her kitchen table last time I visited.
“They have a big bowl of them at the clinic. Take all you need.”
Well, technically I don’t *need* any. But I took one because I thought they were funny.
I am not a breakfast person but I tried a local restaurant that is known for its breakfast and features long lines.
One of the items on the menu was called a frittwich and it was a breakfast sandwich made with an apple fritter. I described the menu item to some friends who take donuts very seriously to see what they thought.
They thought I should try it and get back to them.
I finally revisited the restaurant and gave it a try. It’s a fried egg and cheese and the server recommended adding bacon. Who is going to say no to that?
The first three bites were mesmerizing but the effect wore off fast and after half it was too sweet and weird. I worried how my digestive system was going to treat me and gave up. Overall, it was worth trying but definitely don’t need to do it again.
My digestive system hung together but exhibited some unhappy confusion over what I had done to it.
I’ll be back to posting less frequently. I hope to do more Priscilla recipe testing in the future and will post any gems I find.
I didn’t realize there were so many variations of the party mix made from cereal. I wish I could ask about the origins of the recipe name, “Some.” Looks delicious. I can’t eat crunchy things with my braces so I’ll have to wait for next year.
Look at all these pudding recipes from the really old cookbook.
Carrot pudding! Kinda tempting.
The Internet says hard sauce is more like a spread.
And look at this Indian Pudding – how not P.C. (I’m not offended.) And it calls for Indian meal which must be corn meal. Just for kicks I put “Indian meal” in my search engine and came up with Tandoori Chicken and Aloo Gobi.
Loretta is Bob’s great aunt, also known as Lolla.
I feel like I tried a variation of this recipe once with not good results.
This was my big Thanksgiving test recipe but the plan has changed so I’m not making it today. I might make it tomorrow but not sure.
This isn’t the exact recipe. This one is from the ancient cookbook. My sister-in-law has the more recent recipe card.
It’s tomato juice jello with shrimp and chopped vegetables in it. You eat it with a dab of mayonnaise. I was pretty horrified the first time I saw it but it is not bad.
Big cooking day ahead but we’re going to have a fun group.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone.
Another classic Priscilla cookie recipe that she made certain I had. I want to say that I’m inspired to try some of these for Christmas, but probably not. I’m ready to cook Thanksgiving dinner but beyond that, I’m in one of my “the less time in the kitchen, the better” moods at the moment.
When I first started going through these recipes, I noticed the typos. We don’t see typos like this so much anymore. (although these days there is an aggressive disregard for proper spelling in casual communications but no need to go into that here.) But back when Priscilla and her mom were typing these recipes, the only way to fix a typo was to start over. According to the Internet, liquid paper wasn’t invented until 1956.
I love that this was for birthday cake. Sounds like angel food cake — the part with the eggs is confusing. Probably intends to say just egg whites.
Lottie (Charlotte) was Bob’s great aunt.
I learned that one of these cookbooks was Priscilla’s mom’s. Lottie was the mom’s sister-in-law.
I don’t get mincemeat. According to the Internet it was originally a way of preserving meat. In my limited experience, it is not my thing.
I love the idea of caramel pie but just looking at that recipe makes my teeth hurt.
I’m not much for meringue either and the few times I’ve tried it I wasn’t successful. I don’t like recipes that challenge my self-esteem.
According to the Internet, Montgomery Ward was founded in 1872 and went bankrupt in 2000. The brand was acquired by another company and you can still buy stuff from them online including freezer chests. But none as fine as this one.
I love the storage period for sandwiches. Have you ever thrown a sandwich in the freezer?