Monday is baking day. The baker (me) made mixed fruit this week. We had extra’s from a canceled Christmas celebration due to the family getting COVID or needing to quarantine. Sigh. Using the fruit in muffins is a perfect way to make sure it doesn’t go to waste or spoil.
Author: Grey Lupine
Winter. January 3rd, 2022.
It’s cold, but we have blue skies and grey clouds in upstate Western New York. Temps will raise throughout the week until they return to the twenties near/on the weekend.
Dinner. January 2nd, 2022.
Quick dinner. Pot stickers are tasty, and it’s awesome when you can find vegan ones. These are from BJ’s in the frozen food section.
Winter. January 2nd, 2022.
The grey clouds brought snow with them to upstate Western New York.
Dinner. January 1st, 2022.
Burritos. They’re an excellent way to have veggies before they spoil. Plus, they’re tasty.
Winter. January 1st, 2022.
Happy New Year, y’all. The grey clouds returned and this time they brought fog with them. We’re under a storm warning/advisory. Four inches of snow and an ice storm might be arriving soon.
Dinner. December 31st, 2021.
Ma’s birthday is today, while dads is tomorrow. (I know, they’re weird.) She wanted a hamburger, so I tossed Beyond Meat’s into the air fryer.
Winter. December 31st, 2021.
The sky returns to upstate Western New York. It’s wonderful to see it after days of grey clouds!
Dinner. December 30th, 2021.
It’s been a while since we’ve had Trader Joe’s sweet potato fries. Tossing them into the air fryer meant an easy dinner.
Winter. December 30th, 2021.
It’s no surprise the grey clouds are still here in upstate Western New York. They’ll persist until March. Sigh.