Lindsay, Ryan and kids are coming tomorrow, so I whipped up this Starbucks Lemon Loaf recipe because Linds adores lemon. It looked good, reviews were good, mine turned out hard as a rock and flat as a flitter and looks nothing like this picture. Why??? I've been baking for how many years now???? So I put it in Tupperware while it was warm, hoping that it will magically turn to moist gooey yumminess by tomorrow. Umhmmm, sure it will.
So then I made her potato salad because she likes it better than macaroni salad, which I'm getting ready to make for Ryan. It went well, potatoes, eggs, sour cream, mayo, mustard, dill relish, and dill weed, but the potatoes are dark. Why??? I've been boiling potatoes for how many years now????
So I go online, read that it's the potatoes, not the cook. Something about the oxidation in certain potatoes, so do I throw them out and start over? They taste fine, Google says it's just a cosmetic thing, not a taste thing, so I'm putting them in the fridge, hoping that the chunks of potatoes will magically turn white by tomorrow. Umhmmm, sure they will.
Now I'm ready to make macaroni salad, but first a trip to the market for Miracle Whip, Ry likes sweet macaroni salad, with chunks of Velveeta, eggs, Creamettes medium shells, sweet pickles, onions, and Miracle Whip, not mayo. Wonder how this will turn out? After all I've been making macaroni salad for many years now???? Umhmmm, it's a no brainer, Jan, sure it is...
Then I'm going to bribe hubby to clean the kitchen and we're going out to dinner. I'm on a roll this morning, and so far it's rolling the wrong way. Don't think I want to make dinner, but after all, I've been making dinner for how many years now???? Umhmmmm, better have dinner out. If they screw it up, I can send it back!!!