Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “-tast-.” Find a word that contains “tast” and use it in your post. Enjoy! – Linda G. Hill
For health reason, Hubby and I are on a low carbohydrate but tasty, healthy and balanced diet. When he retired in 2016, he said, “You have been cooking for me for twenty years. From now on, I’ll do all the cooking.” He has kept his words literally. We eat two meals a day. He makes a tasty and colorful brunch with eggs, fruit and vegetable. For dinner, he makes tasty salmon and different vegetables. Once in a while, he makes thin crust pizza and continues to improve on his secret recipe. Two or three times a year, we have barbecues with lean meat.
For dining out, I usually have seafood and he has steak. Basically, we stay away from fat and starchy food.
Brunch – Hubby’s portion, half size for Miriam
Thin Crust Pizza – Pepperoni for Hubby, Veggies for Miriam
Barbecue dinner with homemade potato chips
Dining out – Hubby’s dinner
Dining out – Miriam’s dinner
In response to the daily prompt – float, I wanted to make ice cream float. I found this easy recipe and easy process, so I decided to make it.
I need blueberries, black cherry ice cream and strawberry soda, and a serving glass.
I put the blueberries and the ice cream in the serving glass alternatively, then add the strawberry soda until the ice cream floats.
Here it is, my first mixed berries ice cream float. Hope you like it!!
Daily Prompt: Float
I don’t have a sweet tooth. I can’t even have sweet at night because it keeps me awake. Usually I give all of the desserts to my husband. The only occasion that I have a hard time is party time! I am so tempted by the presentation of the desserts. As I approached the dessert table, I grabbed a plate, inching my steps toward the table. I said to myself, “I’ll just sample them. Just take a little bite of each.” Pretty soon, I had the whole plate (small plate though) of desserts. Guess what? I couldn’t sleep all night! Oh well, it only happens a few times a year!
Daily Prompt: Tempted
A doughnut bigger than his face.
He ate the whole thing and liked the taste.
Whenever traveling to Portland, Oregon,
He wants a doughnut bigger than his face.
– Photo by Miriam Hurdle