Monday, June 14, 2010


Not really sure what to blog about tonight. There's not much we haven't covered.
OHH! I got it!!! E-mail sites, and there pro's and con's.

Gmail- What I use!! I love Gmail, best e-mail site ever!! I would strongly encourage!
Pro's- Super duper spam blocker, fun backgrounds, and great chat.
Con's- No fun stationary for your letters and no fun fonts.

Yahoo- My sister uses this, she likes it I guess
Pro's- Fun stationary and fun fonts
Con's- wretched spam blocker

Comcast- Umm, nothing good to say about this so I'll skip it.

Hotmail- This one is your basic e-mail, good spam blocker but not the best and no fun backgrounds, but they do have fun fonts.

Well, that's pretty much it. Nothing much else to say, thanks for reading!
L!bby Gener!

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Recipe Ruckus

Okay so in my honest pursuit to be able to do most things my latest is cooking. I've found that is the most amazing resource for new cooks. (If you've never used it I advise it
strongly.) I would now like to regal you with my recipes made up all by mysenlf!

1. McDonalds Honey Mustard at home! :)
2. Most amazingly fluffy and fun whipped cream.
3. Um, I had a number three but I can't cremember it.

  • Mickey-D's honey mustard recipe (This recipe can be extended or shrunk to meet your needs, because it's currently in 2 serving form)

You will need

3 tablespoons of mayo

2tablespoons of horseradish mustard (Dijon works too, but I like the spice in the horseradish.)

3 teaspoons of honey (This is kind of funny, I used packets from KFC, because we were out of honey! ;) So do use whatever is on hand!)

Mix all ingredients in small bowl or little cup and Viola! Tastes exactly like McDonalds honey mustard.

  • Homemade Whipping Cream!

You will need

A container or half container of fresh whipping cream,

1/2 Cup of granulated sugar (Increase if you do a whole container to whole cup! :)

Put ONLY whipped cream in bowl, it says to have a chilled bowl but I ignored that one, but I did chill my beaters by running them under really cold water. Whip on medium setting for 2 minutes then transfer to high for 1 minute, then add sugar and beat on highest setting 1 or 2 minutes depending on how you want it to look.

And there you go, 2 amazing recipes! I promise the greatness of both, I greatly enjoy both of them. The whipped cream is good on scones and fruit. (Read my mom's blog for more information!) Hopefully you'll have as much fun with the recipes as I do!