Monday, April 7, 2014

the quotidian (4.7.14)

Quotidian: daily, usual or customary; 
everyday; ordinary; commonplace


Soaking up the color. 


Transitioning.
I used to buy big, loose-leaf calendars for the fridge until I got smart 
and just drew lines on a piece of paper.



From the outside looking in. 
Heading out on my morning run, I spied this quiet moment and had to run back inside for my camera.



Multi-tasking: doing math while keeping an eye on her dog.


School lunches.


Because eyeliner shouldn't be limited to just eyes.


Bookish cuzzes.


Dire straits: the wardrobe situation.


Two males, a giant hole, and a fixed pipe.


Saturday baking.


Waiting to be rolled into Russian pancakes along with Feta, mozzarella, and Parmesan.


A brand new bottle for the olive oil. 
(I broke the old one when when I was scrabbling to hide—from the children—the candy I was sneaking.)


Lemon meringue pie always tastes better when eaten while wearing gloves.


Mystery photo.
I doubt anyone will guess it correctly, but then again, maybe it's easier than I think?


This same time, years previous: yellow cake, daffodils and horses, cardamom orange buns, and writing it out.

16 comments:

  1. ooh, do tell more about that beautiful braided bread. I made a cardamom braid this past weekend and it did not meet my expectations. grump.

    I'm guessing that last photo is a baking pan/sheet of some sort.

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    1. Look in the index under braided bread. It's all there (and so easy). (Also, in the links at the bottom of the post is a link for cardamom orange buns. I bet it'd work in a braid...?)

      Re the photo: yes! But can you decipher more of the back story?

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    2. looks like saltwater and maybe rice was involved?

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  2. Was the poor doggie being punished and that's why he was tied up outside?

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  3. Black and tan yarn under a microscope for the hat you are knitting me?

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  4. Ah...you burned beans in your pot. :)

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    1. Yea, it looks suspiciously of beans to me too. Though ... not necessarily burned...

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    2. Close---not beans and not a pot...

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  5. Heat lasts for 18 days. That's a long time to be tied up.

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    1. It's more like a month for her (we like to play it safe). She's normally in her kennel (not on her leash), and she gets lots of walks during the day, too.

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  6. You burned almonds while trying to *toast* them on your baking sheet under the broiler. :)

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  7. You roasted peanuts on a baking sheet, and they left this print behind?
    Q.

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  8. Camille and KTdid, you win! I was toasting almonds and ignored the instructions to use a stainless steel pan. So the almonds got a little black (but without a burn taste, thankfully) and left the pretty print.

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  9. Do I get a prize? ;-) Too funny! I only recognized it due to the fact that I've had similar burns around these here parts. Yes, JJ...you and I share similar taste buds and now...burn marks. Hugs, Camille

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