I had some challah leftover from the challah and cherry panini, I posted this about two weeks ago and hopefully you checked it out and even more so, you actually made one for yourself. It’s certainly not difficult and completely worth your time and energy. After making the challah and cherry panini I had plenty bread, cherries and goat cheese leftover. I’m sure you’ve heard me go on and on about waste and bad management. I think it’s a crime to just throw away food and be wasteful or just lazy.
It’s times like these when I hate myself. I was talking with a coworker that asked me “don’t you just hate these people?” To which I thought, I jokingly say I hate someone but I don’t really hate anyone. Hate is a strong word and I prefer not to use it. I will use it, but I prefer not to.
I always thought it was a beautiful idea to support local businesses and I do. It’s just that convenience is so….convenient.
An idea shot down that turned into one beautiful dessert. I give up easily on people if we don’t click. My best friend Brandi once told me, “you can’t reason with crazy.” She couldn’t be more right.
I was approached by some ladies asking me if I would be interested in developing recipes for a vegan cafe. Not really but I thought what the hell, it’s a challenge. I made numerous items for them, shipped off a ton of samples, conference calls once a week that were a waste of time and I was even grilled by the NYPD Investigation Unit regarding these ladies.
Double fudge you’ll-complain-thery’re-too-rich-yet-you-know-you’re-going-to-eat-six cookies.
A friend and I had an idea to venture into starting a cookie company. Then we decided it wasn’t really where the money was. You see, we’re not really about doing what makes us happy, we want to be rich and travel. So many people are about the happiness factor and I really don’t understand this thinking. It boggles my mind.