I stood and watched bubbles pop.
Liquid turn to gas and rise from the pan
Escaping one wispy ghost after the other.
I reduced the booze to a third its size,
And added sugar,
Brown and powdered.
I made molasses on accident.
I injected chocolate cupcakes with the concoction
Frosted the cake with peanut butter chocolate frosting.
Peanut Butter Cut out cookies compliments of The Merchant Baker. Frosted with Nutella. And edible spray paint.
Halloween is the day of a year where you can be a.n.y.t.h.i.n.g. What were you?
“What are you? Are you a lizard woman? A telephone operator?”
The words, “You have a hook in your mouth,” landed like a smack across the face.
“So do you,” I replied.
“Have you ever been trapped?”
I used my costume as an opportunity to start a conversation.
“I followed a girl to L.A.” he answered.
“Why? What was the bait?”
Okay, so maybe my costume didn’t really lead to any ground breaking dialogue but at least I tried.
I was “ghosted” this Halloween while making plans to meet someone from the virtual world in real life. He vanished right before our date. Lesson learned, Bumble is still Tinder.
So I dressed up for work as Minnie Mouse because we all know how amazing her boyfriend Mickey is. He can do anything. ( Look at the sorcery in that photo. Am.I.Right? )
I have one more treat to share. It’s candy for your ears. “Ghosts” by Laura Marling.
Eat more fruits (apples) and veggies (sweet potatoes)
No matter what it takes. (Brown Sugar, Cinnamon, Pecans, and Bacon)
Bake at 350 for about 10 minutes.
Huckleberries are all over Montana- just not where you’d expect to find them. They are plastered on billboards, not exactly what I expected for #BigSkyCountry. Advertising for shakes, pie, and all things huckleberry obscured the view of the lovely mountains, long enough to lure me into their sweet and tart den.
Pictured here are Huckleberry Gummy Bears marinated in local spirits. Wine, Vodka, and Whiskey. (Wine was my favorite. Both flavors enhanced the other.)
A little bit of dis and a little bit of dat.
Maple bacon cookies should be shaped like pigs after all.
Ain’t No Girl Scout Cookies are the the answer to the thin mint-
except it’s a chocolate sugar cookie sandwich
fused together with chocolate peppermint frosting
drizzled with chocolate peppermint ganache
topped with a chocolate mint leaf dredged in sugar
Okay so maybe its not much like a thin mint at all,