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Stolen, Dang It!

March 9th, 2015 at 06:46 am

My package of Bay's English muffins, that is. I had it in the freezer at work, and I guess it was just too much temptation for somebody. Just one more reason to hope I get to retire early.

My soup bar was a success. That said, I have leftovers of all four soups, but everyone said they were good and they loved the concept. I ended up making cheddar bay biscuits from scratch. They only turned out fair, I think mainly because the baking powder is too old.

It will warm up into the 40's today -- heat wave!! It was so warm in my condo yesterday I had to open the windows. I think winter is finally over, though I hate to even say it!

Here's a dilemma. For the past few years I've made a St. Patrick's dinner based on Reuben sandwiches. This year I was going to add Shamrock shakes and potato farls. Well, by rights I should do it this coming weekend, in order to precede the 17th. However, the grandkids are having a sleepover at the Y (something they look forward to all year), so the timing isn't good. Furthermore, I can't stick to the ten items rule. I have many basics to buy this Saturday, so I doubt this meal is doable. Should I break my rule? I really, really wanted to stick with it this year! Maybe I'll just do a late St. Pat's meal, which might be better timing for the family anyway.

Oh, by the way, I did remove the gel polish this weekend, using the cotton ball/foil method. Worked great! My nails felt rough afterward, so I put on a clear base. My hands look a lot better! And it cost nothing.

3 Responses to “Stolen, Dang It!”

  1. Carol Says:

    I'd pick a date that works for everyone for the dinner. It's a fun menu whenever you have it. ( I have to look up potato farls.)

  2. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    That stinks that someone took your e. muffins! Were they labeled?

  3. CB in the City Says:

    No, I should have labeled them. We just don't usually have that kind of problem here.

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