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    Okay, I did it.

    And will do it four more times today! YES, I WILL!

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    I know (now) for sure the things that drive me crazy in my kids are the things that drive me crazy in myself. It took me a very long time to figure it out though.

    You are such an adventurous cook, all of your stuff sounds so yummy.

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    Holy cow, your food sounds good. What time should I arrive?

    I was unimpressed with your rain, since I was stuck in it on the plane for what seemed like hours. The folks in our Austin office have a running joke with me. It rains almost every time I go there, so they ask me to come and bring the rain. I did not fail them this time!

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    Oh! Can you come a week from Monday? That's when we could use some more. Thanks, that would be awesome!

    The onion custard-bacon cups are ready now. For the rest, don't arrive until this evening. I'm going to start the cooking AFTER I get the fair prep done. First things first. I'm giving myself until 9:07 to play on the computer, then I must DO STUFF!

    Demuralist-the onion custard is a variation of an old German recipe, Zwiebelkuechen (onion cake-but more of a tart). I LOVE it, and am very impressed with myself that I thought of making a bacon crust. These few years I have just not been eating the crust, but this will be some much better. And...they look adorable.

    Made sushi for Littlest's lunch yesterday( and Honey's post-work snack). I confess, i always feel like Super-Mom when I send SUSHI to school. I mean, if any packed lunch deserves a gold star, that is it!

    Have discovered a new tv series to enjoy on dvd from the library: Leverage. Honey likes it, too, so we'll be watching together. Successfully resisted buying the dvd of Walking Dead, Season 3 at Costco. Guess my willpower (or won'tpower) is getting stronger.

    Aggravated by a mailing my congressman sent. I think I need to write him a strongly worded letter. What a doofus. (Okay, he's probably NOT a doofus. But taking credit for something I consider a travesty, should receive some kind of scold. Let him know not ALL his constituents think this is a good idea.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabine View Post
    Okay, I did it.

    And will do it four more times today! YES, I WILL!
    Thrilling! and Mysterious.

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    I think my DH likes Leverage... A lady on the plane recommended a BBC series called "Call the Midwives". If it is on Netflick or Amazon prime, I will see what I think.

    I will be going through Dallas on Monday afternoon and back through on Thursday. Of course, an airport stopover is not always a guarantee of rain, but I'll do what I can

    Recipe for the onion tart?

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    Slice massive quantities of onions (I used two for this last small batch, and it made 8 'muffins'. Usually I use about 10 for a baking sheet mega-cake.)

    Caramelize in bacon grease or coconut oil over low heat, slowly. Let cool.

    Add sour cream (1/2C per 2 onions) and eggs(1 per 2 onions, I used 2 this time, because I want more volume), stir together.

    Pour into a prepared pie crust and top with chunks of bacon OR pour into bacon-lined muffin tins.

    Cook at 350 degrees for 30 minutes for muffins or about 45 minutes for pie. Let cool. Serve room-temperature or chilled.

    Oh, man. Now I want to have a piece!

    And what am I doing, back on the forum, you may well ask? Taking a break. Pricing these bags is tedious! But I have the timer set.

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    oh, thanks for that, I searched in Pinterest and there was nothing.

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    A very nice Up Day yesterday. I went to my fair (did okay, but not great) and successfully ate ONLY the items I brought for myself. Then went to a party with Honey, and had only the toppings of four slices of pizza(I consider this the perfect primal pizza compromise). No soda, which was easy, (compared to booch, who wants a soda?) no ice cream, which was less easy, but still not hard.

    Then home and zonking into bed. Woke up very thirsty this morning. I didn't drink enough yesterday. Ready for an all-liquid-and-lots-of-it Down Day.

    Here's the details:

    Up at 5:00(not on purpose)

    5:45 2 zweibelkuchen cups
    1 low-carb crepe with jam and cream

    9:00 salami

    11:00 mushroom quiche

    12:00 heroin wings with ranch dip
    1 zwiebelkuchen cup

    2:30 3 crepes with cream and strawberries

    4:00 more heroin wings with ranch
    mushroom quiche
    lara bar

    8:00 tops of four slices of pizza

    Water: 8 glasses
    Walking: a little here and there
    Pains: 24(down from 33 yesterday, ugh, a bad day)
    Sun: not much, but probably more than I think

    Bed at 10:00

    After I finish my tea, I'm going to walk the dogs(it is beautifully crisp outside), pick up Littlest from church, then slug around a bit until Honey and i go to see WorldWarZ at the dollar theater.

    Oh, and I'm checking my latest batch of booch today, to see if it is ready to bottle. Fingers crossed. If it is, I will have new booch just as I run out of old!

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