The big girls were bored and decided we needed to redecorate. (That’ll teach us to do yard work while leaving them unsupervised):
The little girls decided it was time for the Egg Olympics. Based on the amount of squawking going on, I thought a hawk had injured one of them… Evidently, the poor girl was just trying to lay her morning egg:
For the humans, it was just another week. Mr. RGBistro jammed with his garage band, we both caught up on really bad teevee …and somewhere in the 10PM hour, I made a batch of cookies. Really, really good ones. So good that “Mr. I don’t care for peanut butter” helped himself to about six. And because I was then prohibited from storing them at home, I forced them upon my office colleagues, who all thought they were delicious, too.
I enjoy the taste of peanut butter, so I like that in this cookie, other ingredients don’t get in the way. There’s no egg. And instead of butter, there’s coconut oil… just enough that there’s no “coconut” taste. There’s also no sugar; the sweetness comes from the (dark) Grade B maple syrup. And then there’s just a splash of vanilla to tell your senses it’s a cookie. In the oven for just a few minutes, and the final product is delicate, crispy and full of peanut buttery goodness. Can you tell I’m a fan?
How was your week?
P.S. With SEVENTEEN GIRLS on the property, including myself, Mr. RGBistro is severely outnumbered.
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