So, I bought a donut pan.

There are entirely too many loud cars playing on the tv in the background.  I thought cancelling cable would help with the racing shows.  I was wrong. 

Yesterday was a busy day.  Our community had it’s biyearly garage sale and that always starts ridiculously early in the morning.   I didn’t think Alan found that much stuff to sell, but we made a decent amount.   While he was manning that, I took the big kid to his soccer game.  His team didn’t win, but he had an awesome block that would have easily been another goal for the other team.  Yay big kid! 

After that, we met up with some friends that are moving from one end of the metroplex to the complete opposite end.  As we’re getting close to their new house, I start realizing I’m quite familiar with the area.  Turns out, their new house is two houses down from a long ago family friend.  It was quite surreal to be back there and brought back all kinds of memories from years long ago.  Made me nostalgic and a little sad.

The good part of the day was that the boys had been completely run out of energy and pretty much passed out as soon as they went to bed.  That’s always a good night.   

Here’s some donuts I made from this recipe.  I used up to 1/2 cup of almond milk instead of regular milk. 

20130428_120315 20130428_122638

One of these days I’m going to finish the blanket I’m working on and prove that I don’t just cook random food.  Maybe. 

It’s Just a Giant Pizza Topping!

I decided to get all fancy and add a recipe widget for this post.  Got 75% done with making my recipe and it disappeared into the ether.  Too bad.  Now you’ll only get to read how awesome portobello mushroom pizzas are. 

They’re amazing.  The end. 

Well, here, you can have a picture of one.    I meant to take a pic as soon as it came out, but I was almost half way done with it before I remembered that tidbit.  


Not dairy free.  Mmmm….cheese….  It’s sort of Paleo if you don’t think too hard about the cheese.