Most people loved Friday’s at school because it was rectangle pizza day. This did nothing for me. I would grab the lunch menu for the month and give it a quick scan, BAM! Weenie-Winks, third Wednesday of the month! I was over joyous probably more than I should have been. Make your jokes but when you’re a fatty-fatty-boom-boom anything that combines meat, cheese and rolled up in bread and baked. Hold on….I need a moment….
You know you love biscuits, don’t lie we’re all friends here. I love me some biscuits. Biscuits are those things you steal from the restaurant. That’s why Dad tells Mom to bring the big purse to dinner. You could be so full you’re about to pop and someone comes along and asks you if you want some biscuits and you know you do.
In one of my “Genius Gone Wrong” notebooks I have a scribble about making an easy chocolate mousse. People love chocolate mousse, it’s a classic that’s here to stay and it never goes out of style.
One of the best parts of being a kid is the Holiday’s. Luckily I grew up with a big family. They were fun, had great hearts (I mean that in the kind way. In the healthy way we have terrible hearts) awesome, always down for a good time and they loved to eat.
I knew I was old when I started getting an epiphany for butterscotch. Yeah sure I’ve always liked butterscotch but I’m at the age where if I see it on a menu I have to order it. When people are talking about food, they don’t even have to be people I know, I have to chime in about butterscotch. “Hey, you know what’s good? Butterscotch!” “Shut up old man, all old people like butterscotch!!!” Then I’ll just slide down in my chair and wonder why someone wouldn’t want to know about butterscotch. Damn kids!!
Did I mention these cookies were gluten free? Nope, because if I did you would whine and cry that they probably don’t taste good or that they’re dry, because that’s what you’ve always been told.
I’ve made fun of you red velvet eating ninnies long enough and like it has always been said, “if you can’t beat em? Join em!!”