Beautiful shots. Looks very cozy in there. Happy WInter Solstice to you all!
Thanks, Lang. Spacious our Bide-A-Wee is not, esp. when occupied by two people and two dogs! But we've got all kinds of cozy.Happy holidays to you, and all the best in the New Year~ Brett
What a cool place. Like to be somewhere like that right now.Hope you are enjoying the holiday season. Days getting longer now and we're edging toward trout.WBPS: what would you do with four boxes of organic semolina pasta baby food? Figure if anyone's got an idea, it's you.
Hi Wendy: I'd like to be there now, too! The snowstorm kept us in town over Christmas. The chickadees will have a thing or two to tell us about the empty feeder when we get back out there this week.Re organic pasta baby food: ...? I'm stumped. Is it actually pasta, like identifiable strands of spaghetti, pieces of penne, etc., and precooked, I assume? Off the top of my head, if you really wanted to find a way to use it (other than feeding it to a baby, of course...), I'd say maybe you could use a bit of it to thicken a soup or stew, or work some into a bread dough? Now I am sort of intrigued by this challenge. Let me know what you try, and/or give me a little more info about the product, and I'll see what I can come up with.Post-solstice, days, yes, the return of the light, ever so slowly. But I won't be hitting the streams for a while. I will look for your reports over at F&TinMN.Happy New Year~ Brett
Hi Brett.What great Christmas pictures!It is just how I imagined Bide-A-wee to be! Really great to see pictures of it from the outside.I have really enjoyed your blog over the last year, I think it has been a year. I look forward to more mouth-watering tales in the New Year.From us all here in the East Side Patch...have a Happy New Year!
Thanks, ESP. The very best in the coming year to you, as well. And happy gardening in that amazing "patch" of yours. Cheers~ Brett
The semolina is in little pellet form. Size of BBs. We've got 4-5 boxes, and our kids are well past babyfood. Thickening a soup is a good idea - might try that.
Wendy: "Semolina pellets" sounds rather like couscous. Could you treat it as such? I'm still unclear whether it's raw or cooked. Maybe you should post some pictures of the stuff on F&TinMN and run a contest for most creative recipe. Cheers~ Brett
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