Whew. School’s over, exams are over, and all that remains is three glorious months of summery goodness. (I’ll be posting pretty frequently for the next two months, hopefully at least once a week. Next week’s video probably won’t be a recipe, so I won’t be posting it here. I’ll do a traditional photo-and-comment type thing instead.)
I started it off with a new video over on The Codex Omnis:
As I mentioned before, I do a food segment on a YouTube collab channel called The Codex Omnis.
It’s awesome…mainly because of the six other people on there (Sophia, Audun, Alex, Aslak, Will and Anna). Thing is, for as many different reasons, I haven’t been able to upload a video for the last three weeks, plus I was missing one from before, so I’ve got a month’s worth of videos missing. My Internet sucks. My timing sucks. My laptop likes to shut down randomly while I’m uploading overnight.
I think I solved all the above problems by just uploading from a different computer, though, so hopefully I’ll be embedding a video here every once in a while. Here’s this week’s!
I love my math class so much that I made us all banana muffins for our Friday morning lesson. That and everyone else is bringing breakfast stuff.
We had a super-ripe banana lying around, and just too many other ones.
I have food on the brain almost all the time. The other day, I was imagining baking bread, but the amount of time it would take waiting for it to rise kept putting me off. Then I remembered reading a recipe for soda bread a long, long time ago and decided to make some this weekend.
Not only does soda bread not involve waiting for the dough to rise, it has so few ingredients it’s almost ridiculous. One of those ingredients is buttermilk, which they don’t sell in too many places around here, but never fear…this is where the vinegar-or-lemon-juice-plus-milk solution comes into play.
(Jeez, you turn around and two weeks have passed already. Oops!)
I find it curious how 2/3-cup measuring cups exist. Oh well, they’re perfect for this recipe.
For the past year or so, I’ve spent my Sundays at home alone. My parents go out for lunch and grocery shopping while I do homework (kind of). Sometimes I actually do get a lot of work done.
Other times, I get really easily distracted and start composing, reading, or cooking.
Well, I have to eat, don’t I?