"If you have an apple, and i have an apple, and we
exchange these apples- then you and I will still each have one apple.
But if you have an idea, and I have an idea, and we exchange these ideas-
then each of us will have two ideas"
-George Bernard Shaw-
Let us begin...
JUSTICE – D.A.N.C.E.
JUSTICE – D.A.N.C.E.
[[Today's kitchen gadget]]
(ok not a kitchen gadget...but this is my blog. I do what I want lol :) )
"The HOT beverage goes in, and the mug turns white showing, the word “ON” written on it. When the mug is empty or the beverage is cold, it turns black with the word “OFF” written on it. Amused? Wondering where it can be put to use? It is a mug that makes complete sense; at least as far as the utility goes. This mug warns onlookers that it has a hot beverage inside due to its sensitivity to heat although it isn’t sensitive to the dishwasher. That makes this mug the perfect kitchen ware to have in houses with young kids."
L.E.D. DANCE FLOOR
"Illuminated dance floors are nothing new. In the seventies they where all the rage, the problem was that dancers flared hot pants would cover the floor panels and kill the effect. Now, flares or not, the illuminated dance floor is back, this time in LED form. Using the latest in pressure sensitive LED technology, these panels are designed to interact with club goers moves as well as D.J's sets. Special plug ins can be downloaded into the D.Js computer equipment allowing an entire set to be pre programmed where the music and lights work together. The panels are not restricted to work only on dance floors and can be fitted to walls, bar tops and Lionel Ritchie's favorite place to dance, ceilings."
[[Today's food clip(s)]]
[[Today's curly head]]
NO BAKE COOKIE BALLS
(This is the same recipe as the regular no bake cookies. Except: instead of being made over a burner and being formed into cookies, it is all done by hand and formed into balls.)
(Makes roughly 50-70 balls)
2 cups sugar
3 cups rolled oats
1/4 cup cocoa powder
1 tablespoon water
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 cup peanut butter
1/4 lb butter
1/2 cup milk
- In a large bowl combine the oats, sugar, and cocoa.
-The peanut butter and butter need to be softened prior to adding to the mixture. I usually microwave the butter for about 25 seconds and the peanut butter about 30-40 seconds in a microwave safe bowl.
-With a large spoon, mix in the water, vanilla, softened butter, and softened peanut butter to the dry ingredients to form a dough.
( I'm a very hands on baker, so I use my hands instead of a spoon.
It's a pretty messy process but I like to feel the products I'm making.)
-After mixing, your mixture should look like the one pictured above
-Using your hands, roll the dough into small balls. Whatever size you so choose.
((This isn't the stickiest or wettest of dough- so it will take some effort getting the dough to shape into a ball.
I use my fingertips to squish them together, then once it's holding i'll roll it between my palms.))
- Pour the powdered sugar into a pan about 2 inches deep. Or into a large bowl.
-After rolling each of the cookie balls, place them atop the powdered sugar.
-Shake the pan side to side- allowing the balls to roll in the powdered sugar- until they're completely coated.
((Be careful not to make a powder sugar mess!))
((Requests? Questions? Comments? Leave me a comment!))