Sunday, April 5, 2015

Week 64 Sunday (4/5/15)

Recipe Review
Today’s Recipe and Location:           Siracha Deviled Eggs        
Found in: The Pioneer Woman Cooks: A Year of Holidays
                  Pages:   116     Copyright:  2013  Harper Collins

I figured out that there are 95 calories per one whole egg serving, if 12 servings are made. (Please note that the calorie counts vary depending on the specific brands of ingredients that you choose to use.)

         These are now my favorite deviled eggs!!!!!!  They are so darn good. I have never had Siracha, which I learned was like an Asian spicy ketchup-like substance.  This recipe is not overly spicy. The Serpicos liked these a lot, too.  I plan on using Siracha on my eggs and anything else that needs a little kick.  I love finding a new condiment.

Here are the ingredients I used to
create these wonderful eggs

The back orangish eggs are my new fav ones!
Those are black sesame seeds on top.

Trivial Triffles

         Last week I was driving down the road, when I saw this license plate in front of me.


Okay, my mind tried to come up with some options. I came up with:
                                             Liver Giver
                                             Lover Giver
                                             Liver Governor
         What else could it be?  Can you even give part of your liver away?  Why do you want everyone to know if you did?  Lover Giver is pretty arrogant – some guys would definitely flaunt that one.  Who knows?  Who cares?
That’s why this is just trivial!

Memory Musings

One of the most interesting and challenging teaching jobs that I ever had was at Greenman Elementary School. During my second year teaching fourth grade they asked me to teach a 4/5 split. That year I had 10 fourth graders and 15 fifth graders in the same classroom. All of the students were labeled as gifted. This was new, but I really enjoyed this class. It was great problem solving practice to have to organize my teaching to meet the needs of both grades.
         I taught a split class for two years in a row. It was a great experience and I learned a lot from the experience.

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