Again And Again

I’ve used that title before. I can tell because the permalink comes up with a -2 on the title. Oh well, we’ll just have to live with that.

Remember how I was craving bacon. Well I solved that with a tasty bacon and egg dinner the other night. The husband doesn’t really like breakfast for dinner but I do so we have it now and then. Not too long ago I started baking the bacon instead of frying it in the frying pan. I now like making bacon. It tastes the same but I don’t have the tiny burns on my hands from the splattering grease. It’s a good thing.

I knit my fingers to the bone over the weekend and completed the TGIS Day socks. You’ll see them later in the week. I also rewarded myself with casting on a plain stockinette sock. It felt so good to knit mindlessly last night. I needed it too. Sadly my aunt, my father’s remaining sister, passed away. It wasn’t entirely unexpected though the speed with which it came was. This is going to be a long week.

Yesterday while the husband had N at lacrosse I decided to do some baking. Cupcakes! The cakes are from a mix. I have yet to find a devils food cake recipe that I like as well as the Duncan Hines mix. I like my cakes light and airy. The frosting is sinful buttercream with lots of butter and semi-sweet chocolate. I used this recipe as inspiration. I will be craving this frosting, I know it.


~ by nothingbutknit2 on January 30, 2012.

6 Responses to “Again And Again”

  1. The supper/breakfast looks yummy! And so do the cupcakes. 🙂
    Sometimes I bake the bacon too. Less grease and like you say, no splatters.
    Sorry to hear about your aunt. My sympathies to you and your family.


  2. I love breakfast for “supper.” If I don’t cook just eggs with biscuits, it’s pancakes and fried eggs and bacon on the side.

    And looking forward to seeing the socks.


  3. Thanks a lot. I have no bacon in the house! I do have DH Devil Food and frosting, but no MUFFIN CUPS!!!!


  4. Such delicious cookin’ goin’ on in your place.
    Sorry to read about your auntie. My condolences to you and the ohana.


  5. Does the bacon get crispy? And by crispy, I mean actually crunchy? Nothing worse than limp bacon.




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