Oh, but these were not frozen for long. Look at these fine Brookies, the largest one measured 11 1/2 inches. Just right, and
so tasty fried in my cast iron pan with a hint of olive oil, rolled in cornmeal with a pinch of cayenne. Lip-smacking, finger-licking delicious. Thanks Eric., you're the man!
Also, the neighbor lady, Betty, walked over with a couple balls of yarn, needles and a pattern. She needed a baby's Bobble Cap for a gift. Of course, I will knit it for you. It turned out pretty cute, but, in the process, I found out that working with tiny size 3 needles is not the easiest with arthritic fingers....use it or loose it, but don't abuse it, like my Grams B. used to say.Now, for a gripe. All night and this morning, I could not bring up any of my entries. Somehow, my last one, Ticked Off, all about the clock collection of an aquaintance, has completely disappeared. Have any of you had a similar problem? If so, what do you do about it? I'm sorry if I missed any of your comments. Now, I'm Ticked Off.
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