Along with the flower cookies, I made a few leaf shape cookies to ice and coat in these sprinkles.
This time I used an iPhone app to edit my video, it is a bit long since the highest speedup is only x2, but yeah no black border and it is not stretched out!
Take two at video editing! Aspect ratio is better this time around, so yea improvement! I’ll keep at, let me know if you have any tips.
So more skills to be learned: video editing!
I’ve been in the kitchen lately making sugar cookies and getting ready to ice them. Here are a few pics from the process.
On Sunday Ben and I explored the new Ikea with some good friends. Here are a few thoughts:
1. It’s massive. 2….
It’s nice when after a long day you can easily put a dinner together. One of my go-to’s is pasta with plain alfredo then each bowl can be customized with spices.
It’s Saturday morning again, ya’ll and I am once again practicing my sunny-side-up egg making skills.
Sometimes chopping away at some ground beef to make it into small pieces can be therapeutic in a way.
After being cooped up inside all day Emma and I went outside to toss around the tennis ball. I took the time to snap a few pictures and play around with the slow-mo on my phone.
Since I have started I have learned that making sunny-side-up eggs is harder than it looks.
A couple nights ago I made a quiche lorraine, filled with mild cheddar cheese and bacon! This made me think about how I always recall microwaving bacon while growing up.
Every day after work I get to come home to this amazing four-legged friend, Emma. Day 2 of my blog every day in November challenge I am going to blog not about food but about my Corgi named Emma.
A new month with new goals to set. Last month I was pleasantly surprised to find that I like pumpkin recipes. I tried some main dishes, desserts, and even a dip. Now into November, I am challenging myself to blog every day.