We woke up to even more snow this morning. Teddy had problems deciding whether she wanted to go outside or not.
Hmmmm....should I get my pads wet?
Well, maybe I should. I have awfully big pads.
But it looks nasty out there.
I think I will just sit inside and get snow on my head.
This is my favorite winter hat.
Click for a better look. It has little red beads decorating the trees. I wish I could tell you I knitted this myself. I am a horrible knitter. A friend knitted this for me.
This is the current scarf I am making. This is the best I can do.
I was frying bacon for my daughter's boyfriend's breakfast sandwich this morning. Julia Chow was in close proximity.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE Indian food. Yesterday was Indian food cooking day. First I made naan which is a traditional Indian flat bread.
They are rolled out thin and cooked in a tandoor which is an earthenware oven.
I baked mine on my pizza stone in the oven. They are brushed with melted ghee which is clarified butter.
I then made curried potatoes with eggs which is a favorite of my family. I make the curry seasoning by pulsing onions, garlic, red pepper flakes, salt, cumin, coriander and turmeric until it forms a thick sauce.
It smells great.
I diced about 2 pounds of potatoes into small squares.
And thinly sliced about 4 tomatoes.
The potatoes are sauteed until they begin to turn brown.
Then I add the tomatoes.
I hard boiled 10 eggs.
Then peeled and chopped them.
I add a bit of chicken stock and two bay leaves to the tomatoes and potatoes and stir in the curry sauce and let it simmer for 20 minutes.
Then I stir in the hard boiled eggs.
This simmers a bit longer. Tomorrow I will show you the finished meal.
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