Don't forget, show tonight at the Hub. Starts at 9 on the dot. G. Green is not playing, which sucks, but is good news if you are hoping the show will end early. If you just want to catch English Singles you could probably be in bed by 10:30.
Are you sick of hearing about the holidays? Me too. One last post. Here's an awesome cookbook I found at a thrift store. It caught my eye because of the nice jacket (nice jacket!) and because I had heard of Mimi Sheraton. I was getting her mixed up with Gael Greene and I thought she was the sexpot food critic. She's the former NY Times food critic. This book is from 1969, so it predates any of that. It is all holiday sweets from around the world.I have had a bottle of molasses sitting around for the last couple of years, so I decided to make this recipe.
At one point you mix boiling water, molasses, and baking soda. It foams up which is exciting and makes the recipe seem pretty old-fashioned.
So moist! I love this cake with coffee in the morning.
Here's another holiday favorite. Hot toddy with scavenged lemon.
I went caroling and carried a hot jar of this around for fortification.
Right now my citrus craving has been pretty much sated but I had a lot of fun roaming around my neighborhood, picking all the fruit I could carry.
I call this picture: Whut? I iz relaxin'.
I drank this!
Do you think Babs liked her Christmas gift?
I ate this! It was good.
Tshirt in Stockton. The piercings come out of the shirt.
The wonderful signs of Stockton.
I had drinks at this bar once. It was crazy inside.
Sign in Grass Valley. The most important summit in memory.