Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Baking

loses its appeal
when indoor temperatures
exceed eighty-five

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18 comments:

  1. That's hot! At those temperatures I'd be useless...

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  2. I just can't imagine being in that heat. My hubby would have to live on salads or go out and eat! Joan

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    1. We've been eating a LOT of salad lately.

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  3. I bet it does :-). Best Haiku Ever!

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    1. If panting would help I'd have panted with the best of them. De-panting seems to work better for humans.

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  5. Amen, sister, amen! Time to make blueberry pancakes!

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    1. I did make blueberry pancakes, yesterday morning! (Blueberry buckwheat, to be precise.)

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    1. Lolly! How are you? I know you know about hot weather....

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  7. I wouldn't even think about baking!

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    1. Well, Mr. M is a carb fiend and loves his baked goodies. He's really suffering from the heat wave.

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  8. Oh, yea...hot - bleck!!! Although there have been times when I've thought, "To heck with it!" and baked. I sometimes figure that hot is hot. But then, baking seems to be an inner need I must attend to with some regularity. So, are you in the drought area, Sue?

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    1. Yes to the drought question - our whole state has been declared an emergency drought area. :(

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  9. You need some no bake cake recipes ... cheesecake? Rocky road?

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