It’s arrived. Hexagonal lattices of hydrogen and oxygen polar covalent bond-ing it up.
I knew I took chemistry for something.
Bonnie and Maddie demonstrate snow pollination:
I mentioned starting as the new registered dietitian at the awesome one-stop-shop for healthy living, Mettler Center. I kicked off my tenure by setting up a tasting table packed with healthy recipes and nutrition information. Robin and I chatted up members and guests after reeling them in with samples of popped amaranth granola and orange cardamom tea cakes.
In retrospect, it would have been more interesting to get an action shot of us handing out samples. Hindsight 20/20 and all that. Here. This is the best I’ve got.
(Reminds me of being an intern and pasting my head onto an empty chair.)
Some of you have been interested in my knitting, so I’ll show you a little of what I’m working on.
The lace edge of my first knitted skirt,
a sweet little thing,
and the first project for my life list donation pile (a cozy scarf).
Plus a bunch of gifts I can’t show you yet because, well, obviously.
Finally, a few vintage THIH recipes to round up the holiday season:
Finally finally, there is a wealth of slow cooker recipes from Cooking Light I want to try. Time to get cooking!