I stayed home, brought in yet another cart-load of wood, fixed my lunch (Eggie-rice- which was a Tolles family fav., and I love it - brown rice, finely chopped veggies, and two eggs, beaten up and fried like a pancake), and then worked on printing out word sheets for River Singers. (Mary Cay likes getting us "off our music.") Then I went to the soup supper the church is now putting on before rehearsal-convenient for us and a money-maker for them. I had cauliflower/cheese soup. It was good.
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Flour, Wood and Soup
Today, Ellen went with Eliza and Robin to the King Arthur Flour store in Norwich, VT, about an hour's drive. They had a great time. All interested in cooking and baking. The KA store is incredibly well/stocked with all kinds of things relating to baking - special mixes, equipment, etc., plus a very nice cafe.