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Okay folks, listen up—if I’m going to stop being a ‘mouse and start being a ‘muse, y’all have to start listening to me—Keith, good job on “Bottle Cap, Going Down,” keep up the good work; Bakerina, throw on that apron and get to work—I wanna see apple pie and an eggy update by Monday; anyone else? Jo, you get Jen pregnant yet? What’s next? Step right up, I’m ready for ya! Come one, come all, the ‘muse is in the house.
Macadamia nuts, Maui natural sugar, butter, egg yolks, flour, kosher sea salt (full stop)
Via Snowball and Bakerina, and in honor of ‘mouse’s upcoming birthday, let’s all sing along.
It.s R. Stephens Tasmanian Honey, real leatherwood. it means she loves me more.
Bakerina stops blogging to create a store full of jammy goodness, adorned with mouthwatering berries and fruits and gleaming jars of sticky delights.
“I broke Bakerina’s sentence,” sniffed ‘mouse, hoping Keith would make things all better.
It was about yea big, sort of prosey - um, in a Mailer vein; not, you know, Dickensian - and it had a little Scottish interjection right in the middle.
It’s been years since I’ve baked bread, mostly because when I want to spend hours in a kitchen it’s to make some scented delight of the curry persuasion, but this time when I read that delicious bread-baking recipe, I found Bakerina in my head.
The sounds made by grud’s sister when she discovered a parcel addressed to Boot in the post which she is now holding for a King’s ransom - damn postal services that make you list the contents of the box on the outside!
Apparently, all that is required to create your own piece of paradise is a handful of winesap apples, some quinces, a number of pink lady apples, a well of water, a farm full of sugar and, oh my, a lot of love, dedication and skill.
I want Bakerina to cook for me.
I just found, deep in the back of my pantry, a jar of jelly dated June 2005 from Bakerina with an illegible label… and I ain’t gonna share (unless you show up at my office at bagel o’clock tomorrow morning and ask real nice).
1. The existence of a woman like Bakerina.
Yay Bakerina! - Grud blows party whistle and throws steamers at Bake with such energy that you’d think the party hat placed jauntily on her head would fall right off… but strangely… it doesn’t.
Please know that I was here with you, in real time, even, and that the only reason that I was not thanking you profusely and Rawkin’ Out in Real Time was because Bunni’s computer *is* HAL 2000, and will crash if you look at it cross-eyed; that said, please know that I am beyond touched, that I love each and every one of you to pieces, and that I felt the power of the 45, oh, yes.
“Oh, don’t listen to a word that man says.”
Bronwyn and the Droid, engaged in a life-or-death struggle for proxy rights to Bakerina on her first day of clerking, raised their fists and eyed each other like Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef.
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