Ronto Wraps and the Peril of Home Cooking a Park Favorite from @kleffnotes

With no knowledge of what an actual ronto warp tastes like and only a limited number of resources I attempted to make the park favorite at home. The one benefit of never having eaten one before I have no idea what they should actually taste like. For those who have been here for a while you might be wondering how I was even eating a ronto wrap, well in the past few months I’ve started eating some meat. Krista has always eaten meat and it has been easier to do some meals that involve meat. I don’t eat a lot of it and I prefer chicken if I do eat meat, but we thought we would give ronto wraps a try and the recipe is mostly pork.

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A Tale of Two Blue Milks from @kleffnotes

With zero trips to Galaxy’s Edge under our belts, Krista and I don’t really have a basis for comparing Blue Milks to something in Batuu. While we haven’t had that experience yet there have been so many people trying out recipes at home. This was sort of a bigger thing during the early days of quarantine, but recently with our Star Wars marathon I have wanted to give it a try. The two recipes I found are both Disney shared, but are very different from each other and let me tell you they were not what I expected at all.

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Cooking, Baking, and Making Book Review from @kleffnotes

Cynthia O’Hara, well known for her Harried Housewife blog, delves into recipes and crafts for any occasion in Cooking, Baking, and Making: 100 Recipes and DIY Ideas for All Seasons and Reasons. Primarily she breaks down the book into Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter and for each season she has a plethora of delicious eats and treats for you to try. Not only that, but she includes some of her own Harried Housewife tips throughout the book to help give you a bit of a boost. Continue reading “Cooking, Baking, and Making Book Review from @kleffnotes”

A Cookie to Celebrate Book Review from @kleffnotes

Jana Douglas shares her tips for making cookies like a pro in her book A Cookie to Celebrate. In 2014 months from graduation from The Ohio State University, Douglas found herself stress baking and this way of relaxing led her to create Jana Lee’s Bake Shop. With A Cookie to Celebrate you will learn how to make fantastic cookies and get a better handle on how to make beautiful decorations and get them where they need to go. Continue reading “A Cookie to Celebrate Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Brain Food from @kleffnotes: Brain-ana Bread ( @iZombieWriters @CWiZombie )

I can’t believe we have made it all the way to the finale of iZombie season four! It seems like this season just started, but we have the very positive news that a season five is going to happen. To celebrate I made a brainy version of one of my favorite recipes, while this is technically banana bread I very easily gave it a brainy twist. Enjoy the episode and I’ll see you next season with even more brain food from my brainy kitchen. Continue reading “Brain Food from @kleffnotes: Brain-ana Bread ( @iZombieWriters @CWiZombie )”