Thursday, May 23, 2013
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
It is about time! A few weekends ago, it was around 60 degrees... and then ever since it has been 20s and 30s. Bunk! We were able to host Easter while it was around 40 degrees, and we featured a breakfast dish that we made up after searching for a good one. It shall forever be known as
Bronnie Breakfast Casserole
8 frozen buttermilk biscuits (Pillsbury Grand or similar)
8 Strips of Bacon, cooked (we do ours in oven) and coarsely crumbled
2 Cups Milk
2 Cups Grated Cheddar (or cheezstuff of your choice)
3 Cups of frozen Breakfast Potatoes (we used cubes, but shred might be cool)
Preheat oven to 375.
Grease a 9 x 13 baking dish (we sprayed with Pam Baking Spray
Let Biscuits thaw 10-30 minutes, cut in half and evenly distribute on bottom of pan
Spread the cheese, bacon and potatoes over the biscuits
Whip up the eggs and milk in a bowl (or measuring cup, hat, etc)
Pour egg mixture over the top of all the other stuff
Toss it in the oven uncovered for 30-40 minutes. Watch for the egg part to firm up (no liquid allowed) and the cheese to brown. We cheated on Easter and used the broiler to get the top nice and brown.
Monday, March 4, 2013
Thursday, February 23, 2012
A few weeks ago, Trystan baked a birthday cake for Bronnie B. Sure, it was packaged, but (1) he is seven months old, and (2) don't judge him, that is the cake that Bronnie wants for her birthdays (blah). I was most impressed that he did the whole thing with his pacifier hanging out of his mouth like a cigarette. Follow along with Trystan as he walks you through the steps for making this regrettabl... I mean... delectable... cake.
|The hardest step... opening the box.|
|I will whisk a bitch.|
|Yeah, that's it. Stuff smells nastier than my formula.|
|And this looks a lot like my diapers. Only slightly more chocolatey.|
|I don't even need a spoon...|
|Time to cup it up. Ladies like the frilly ones.|
|This is embarrassing for all of us...|
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Given that we have recently endured miniature/harmless signs of the apocalypse in the form of an earthquake that bent but didn't break and a hurricane that was a windy rainstorm, what could be next. Here evidence of the "destruction"...
Some things also fell off of shelves and walls, but we picked them up before I took a picture, so this is all we have to claim on our insurance. This was nothing compared to the yard cleanup necessary after Hurricane Irene.
Well, surely we have more pain coming soon.