Wipeout!As our tracks show, Anthony and I took approximately three steps this morning before we both fell straight on our butts. Ha! We thought the latest batch of snow looked soft and run-able — and it was. BUT, there’s a thick sheet of ice about half an inch below it that makes it impossible to maneuver on. Maybe another at-home workout is in order.
The plus side of being cooped up in the house for the past two days: I have had ample time to bake away. Yesterday I tried a cranberry-orange loaf that we’re enjoying for breakfast this morning.I loosely followed this King Arthur recipe but totally skipped the refrigerate-the-dough-overnight step. This obviously left me with very goopy dough that wasn’t good for braiding, but was (barely) firm enough for baking!Orange zest, vanilla, and dried cranberries give each slice a sweet tag; walnuts give it some crunch! Next time I’ll try sticking to the actual recipe Luckily I went grocery shopping on Saturday so we haven’t completely run out of food yet. But our produce supply is running pretty low! Yesterday I rummaged up some aging vegetables and fruits from the back of our fridge to make juice. This blend has beet stalks/leaves, carrots, ginger, celery, apple, and lemon. Trying to fit in some vitamins when we can!Let’s hope the roads clear up enough for a drive to the grocery store today. If not I will just have to bake a loaf of bread for lunch
- Nashvillians: What are you doing in this mess?!
- Recommendations for at-home workouts?
- Last time you fell to the ground?