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How To Make Sure You Have A Baby Girl


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whose your daddy?! quiche a la torbakhopper
whose your daddy?!  quiche a la torbakhopper
okay, all my sweet babies. so you want to unlock the mystery of a perfect quiche? here you go, i give you my limited wisdom and experience along with my opinions and preferences. this is my recipe based off the ideas of other people and then radically cutting back on the overabundance of things like eggs and cream and cheese, thereby increasing all the joys of this dish while eliminating the traditionally over-rich ingredient -- compare 2 cups of heavy cream in favor of one cup of Half and Half, dropping 4 ounces on the cheese and getting rid of one of the eggs!!! yeehaw, that stuff is so unnecessary if you get the lab work and arrangement correct on this dish!!!!! so here we go: QUICHE a la TORBAKHOPPER preheat oven to 425F degrees INGREDIENTS 3 eggs I 1/4 cup Half and Half (the quarter cup is in case your pie needs extra at the end, so just start with one cup for the first bit and later you will add the extra quarter cup if necessary) 2 oz shredded cheese (medium sharp works great. you can get all euro cheese if you want, too, but it's not necessary, this ingredient works alchemically to make the top skin perfect and it's not so much about taste) 3 slices center cut bacon 1/4 cup broccoli florets 1 diced white/yellow onion 1/4 cup diced ham (optional) 1/2 tomato thinly sliced black pepper to season nutmeg to season salt to season red pepper 1 deep dish pie crust HOW TO BAKE YOUR QUICHE: now, the important thing to remember is that anybody can bake a quiche. As far as that goes, all you need to do is make sure that the oven preheats to 425F. Then, put the quiche carefully in the oven -- don't spill and don't fill the pie too high!!!! trust me, it is better to have a low quiche than it is to clean up egg/cream residue off the counters, the floors and the oven :-) after 15 minutes, against all odds and recommendations, quiche a la torbakhopper is made by reducing the oven heat to 375F degrees AND almost sacrilegiously, opening the oven and saying a brief two second blessing on your pie before closing it. this helps reduce the heat more quickly and will remind you not to overcook your delicious pie. for me, quiche is about this magical custard that you make when you slow bake eggs and cream together. i really can't stand fluffy/eggy quiche, so you should know that in advance. this is about the rich, delicious flavor and texture that comes when egg and cream become almost dessert-like. after 30 minutes at 375F degrees, check in our your quiche. it it looks absolutely gorgeous like the shot above, pull it out of the oven and let it sit for at least twenty minutes. it is still doing its chemistry testing, so don't disturb it. give it a chance to do the unseen magic. finding a good pie crust that you can buy frozen is pretty key, too. i use pilsbury because they are dessert sweet compared to some of the cardboard tasting bland pie crusts. also, i wash my eggs before using them. why? because if you use/store some of the whites in the egg shells, you can literally pour the egg white onto your pie shell crust after/before you pour your quiche mixture into the pie. this way you'll end up with a nicely burnished crust that will make your mother proud to have given birth to you if she isn't already. okay, so that's how you bake a quiche and if i can do it, you certainly can!!!! now the real part of what makes quiche difficult. as i've stated, any monkey boy or girl can bake a quiche because it's all about how you construct your quiche that makes or breaks the universal gong. HOW TO CONSTRUCT YOUR QUICHE A LA TORBAKHOPPER: i love quiche and think it's one of the perfect foods. i generally make quiche when i wake up in the morning. i do my sporadic coffee ritual on quiche baking mornings. and i also make a separate breakfast at the same time (i don't usually eat my quiche at the same time i make it and this is a little bit key, cuz quiche taste really great AFTER it sets). i will usually make an egg and toast during the time i make the quiche. i can use the same dishes to make both and minimize cleaning. oaky, so start by frying your bacon. chop up your ham and onion and separate your broccoli florets into tiny little florets crack your eggs (don't forget to save some whites for your crusts) and mix them into your Half and Half in a mixing glass (easy to pour). add pepper and red pepper. whip that egg mix good!! add ham to the bacon when you've turned the bacon to get some cooking on it. when bacon is finished, throw onion in same pan and saute/reduce onion. let bacon resaturate and harden. slice tomato while onion and broccoli cook down broccoli goes on top of onions. stir and reduce a bit. crumble bacon and place on the ground floor of the crust spread ham (optional ingredient) on top of bacon when finished, put onion and broccoli contents on top of the bacon and ham layer, pushing any larger broccoli toward the corner ba
American Girl Swap Story
American Girl Swap Story
This swap was made for Annette Jensen from the AG Collector list. It is for her American Girl Kit doll. I made the dress with embroidered collar and the cloth doll with a dress to match. The doll is made from the dollhouse doll pattern in Edith Flack Ackley's Dolls to Make for Fun and Profit which was published in 1938, just a few years after Kit's time. I also knitted matching sweaters for Kit and her EFA doll. The Kit sweater is from a slightly adjusted (I left out a couple of rows and used sport weight yarn and small needles) Five Hour Baby pattern. It really does work up nearly that fast. As a finishing touch I made Kit a diary with the story of her new dress and doll's dress written in it by hand. This was a really fun swap to work on. Kit's Diary written for the AG Spring Swap on Friday, March 28, 2003 Jan 3 Dear Diary, Aunt Millie says if I want to be a famous author, I need to keep a diary. Mother helped me to make this book. I wanted one of those cute little leather ones that are red and have a lock and key, but of course we can't afford one. This will serve very well I think. Mother says I don't need a key because we don't have any snoops! Jan 10 Dear Diary, We have a new boarder. He is an artist with the WPA. He is going to paint a mural on the courthouse. All the girls at school are jealous because he is young and quite handsome. I think I am going to like him because he is funny. Jan 14 Dear Diary, Betsy Moore is having a birthday party next week. I hope her mom makes her coconut cake! I am embroidering a handkerchief. Jan 21 Dear Diary, Betsy's party was fun. We had cake and her father made ice cream. WE played Drop the Clothespin in the Bottle, Musical Chairs and Truth or Dare. Jan 22 Mr. Connoughly has started sketches for his mural. He says there is a lot of preliminary work to do. Jan 27 Dear Diary, Mrs. May gave me an "A" on my composition. I was worried that she wouldn't like it. Feb 2 Dear Diary, The groundhog saw his shadow. It looks like more winter. Feb 6 Mr. Connoughly asked mother if I can sit for sketches. She said I may if one of the boarders is there to chaperon. Feb 7 Dear Diary, We had our first sitting today. I had to stay very still, but Mr. C told me about his family so it was easy. He has 7 brothers and sisters. Connie is just my age. She sounds like a lot of fun. I think he misses them. Feb 11 Dear Diary, Tom Snead broke his arm today at school. He was showing off as usual. I still feel sorry for him. The girls can't wait to see what I look like in the mural. I told them Mr. C may not use my face in it. Feb 13 Dear Diary, Charlie and Miss P are sitting for sketches too. We take turns chaperoning. Of course Charlie doesn't need a chaperon, but he makes a good one. It makes me feel grown-up to need one. Feb 24 Dear Diary, Tom's arm itches him. He scratches it with a broom straw when Mrs. May isn't looking. He makes the awfulest faces. Mary C. has a new kitten. Feb 26 Dear Diary, I wonder if spring will ever arrive. I am so tired of wet and cold. At least the sittings are fun. Mr. C and Miss P tell the best stories. They even listen to my stories. Of course Charlie is Charlie. Feb 28 Dear Diary, Mr. C got a letter from Connie and it had a special letter in it for me. We are going to be pen pals. March 2 Dear Diary, Betsy M has been telling us about the Easter dress that her mother is ordering her from the Sears catalog. It sounds lovely. I don't suppose I'll get a new one this year. March 4 Dear Diary, I am getting a new dress. Mother bought the prettiest feed sacks yesterday. We will have fittings tomorrow. Fittings and sittings, what's next? March 6 Dear Diary, Fittings are tiresome. Mother sticks pins in me. Her stories aren't as funny either. Mr. C is working on a surprise for Mother and Father. He is going to paint me! A real portrait. He says that we have all made him feel at home and he wants to repay them. I guess he doesn't think the rent is enough. We had a long sitting today, but he wouldn't let me see what he had done. I've been telling them a made-up story. Miss P says that I have a way with words and should write it down. Funny thing - May Belle wasn't on my bed when I got home from school today. When I went back after the sitting, there she was. A mystery! Maybe I'd better start hiding you, dear diary. March 11 Dear Diary, Betsy's dress has arrived. I went to see it. It is pretty, but it doesn't have embroidery on the collar like Mother is putting on my dress. Mary's mother is making her an Easter dress too. Tom says girls are silly for worrying about dresses. March 13 Dear Diary, My dress is almost done. It is turning out pretty. We had another long sitting today. I told them more of my story about Princess Kittriana. I think I will put Tom in it. He can be the fool! May Belle was moved again today. I'm sure of it. Who would want to bother my doll? I'm going to lay a thread acros

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