First half of my playlist from my workout today:
Hot Legs - Rod Stewart
Sweet Home Chicago - The Blues Brothers
Shake Your Tailfeather - Ray Charles
I Want to Hug You - John Lee Hooker
Move It On Over - George Thorogood & and The Destroyers
Bad to the Bone - George Thorogood & and The Destroyers
There's more, but I'll save it for another day.
Now Spin That Wheel
Over 3,524 shows.
"Help Control The Pet Population, Have Your Pets Spayed Or Neutered."
Bob, I love watching people win cars on your show. Of course, it is a little embarassing when I talk out loud to to the contestants while at the gym. People stare.
Thanks Army Wife. For the wicked idea of layering apples, bread pudding, and caramel sauce. Made bread yesterday. Have just enough left over. Pulled out the family cookbook and made the caramel sauce while the kids ate lunch. Will put the rest together this afternoon.
Caramel Sauce (from my great-grandmother born 1883)
1 cup sugar
2 tbsp flour
2 cups water
1 tsp vanilla
1 tsp butter
Place ½ cup of sugar on a shallow frying pan. Heat very slowly and stir constantly until light brown syrup has formed. Add one cup of water and let boil for three minutes. Mix the sugar and flour and add the caramel syrup and the rest of the water and boil for two minutes. Add remaining ingredients and serve hot or cold.
This does not taste like what you get in the store. If the sugar is initally too dark, the sauce will taste burned. It needs to be pretty light. Of course, you can always burn sugar intentionally, and make ice cream.
Please note, that in order for sugar to melt it gets really hot. Really. It gets even hotter when water is added and it boils. Don't try to eat this right away. Allow it to cool a little.
Wednesday, October 04, 2006