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You know it's fall:

I've pulled out the hot chocolate making thingummy, and fingerless mittens are now indoors accessories.


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Oct. 1st, 2009 04:05 pm (UTC)
\o/! I love the hot chocolate thingamajig!

I've been roasting things and making soup, and I have used up the last of my frozen stock - and the idea of running the stove for hours to make more stock doesn't make me want to stick my head in the freezer.

Sorry about the poor, cold fingers, though.
Oct. 1st, 2009 04:24 pm (UTC)
The soup I made from deadlands' roast chicken was divine, and made 2 dinners + 1 lunch and I was very happy with it. It ended up super simple: just the broth, leftover chicken bits, a couple of potatoes, cubed, salt and pepper. Served with fresh bread, and that local cider. Nom! Definitely the best broth I've managed to accomplish yet. I think there needs to be more roast + soup making in my life.
Oct. 1st, 2009 05:02 pm (UTC)

i heart your kitchen extra more in fall ~wiggles~

i'd like to contribute to the chocolately goodness - is there some brand/preparation of chocolate you can point me to and i'll bring it along?
Oct. 1st, 2009 05:30 pm (UTC)
If you are interested in having hot chocolate, say, _today_, then what I'm actually low on is milk. So, that's the problem ingrediant at the moment. re: chocolate, I have the following chocolate products that can be used in my house already: natural and dutch process cocoas and various bars of chocolate (some sort of callebaut dark? some sort of TJ's milk choc? not sure). If you would like to bring a particular chocolate item for use that is not listed above, just make sure it's either powdered, shavings, or choppable.
Oct. 1st, 2009 09:53 pm (UTC)
I usually just wear the fingerless mittens to keep my knuckles from getting scarred up when I hit people....(grin)...TC
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