Untitled - by purplemartin
- by purplemartin - 10/5/2007 - 5:25:42 pm
v1- by purplemartin - 10/5/2007 5:25:42 pm
purplemartin10/5/2007 5:27:27 pm
Hey-I am in the kitchen baking pumpkins and apples into cookies and muffins...the house smells like cinnamon, cloves, apples, pumpkins and I ain't eating any of this. Let me know if there are any homes to take some of this. I have chocolate chip pumpkin muffins and cookies and a pumpkin bread.
Captain O10/5/2007 5:39:16 pm
good muffins, very delicious
mf10/5/2007 6:54:40 pm
couple years ago i made a pumkin flan. outstanding it was. ......think i might make another one dis year
purplemartin10/5/2007 7:30:16 pm
I gutted two fair sized pumpkins and froze em up and then Fiona went apple picking and I was fearing a fruit fly invasion, so I hacked em up and baked em right quick. Now the house smells like cinnamon, which is my favorite smell (well besides the smell of wood stoves and the smell of impending snow (yes I can smell snow.)
mf10/5/2007 7:32:10 pm
my favorite snow smell is that late-at-night-soft-snow. where there is no wind, and the flakes are an inch squared. it's cold, but dosent feel it. that smell that comes with that is nostalgic.
purplemartin10/5/2007 7:45:08 pm
when I think of the smell of snow, I think of walking with whatever man I was falling madly in love with and being overwhelmed with the smells and sight of white whirling snow and the heat generated from being consumed with a mix of curiosity and passion.
seeker10/5/2007 11:43:54 pm
purplemartin10/6/2007 3:05:53 am
I know, they smell good but I won't eat sugar or anything less than whole grains-and these are whole wheat, but not whole grain. Smells nice, though, even 8 hours later.