I got my parents Pushing Daisies for their anniversary because I have been enjoying the series so much, and I figured they would too. During our skype session today, they told me they had finished the first disc in one sitting (the first three episode). I think they like it.
it is almost sassy… like it is wearing black stilettos
OMG THAT WAS ALSO MY IMMEDIATE THOUGHT WHEN I SAW THIS SCENE
I THOUGHT I WAS THE ONLY ONE
NOPE HE’S LIKE LOOK I PUT MY BEST SHOES FOR YOU WILL
I THOUGHT THAT FAN ART WAS A JOKE KANDKJANSDKJAN
2-ingredient Chocolate Croissants - Can be done in a toaster oven!
- 1 8-count tube of refrigerated crescent rolls (I use Pillsbury)
- 1/3 cup semisweet chocolate chips or chopped semisweet chocolate
- Heat oven/toaster oven to 375 degrees F.
- Unroll the dough and separate it into 8 triangles. Place about 10 chocolate chips on the bottom third of each triangle and roll the dough up around the chocolate.
- Transfer the croissants to a baking sheet (lined with parchment paper, if desired, for easier cleanup). Bake until golden brown, 12 to 14 minutes.
- Serve warm or at room temperature.
- Can be made gluten free if gluten free dough is available and affordable.
- People with lactose intolerance: there is a small amount of milk product in pillsbury dough. Depending on your tolerance level this might be okay. Semi-sweet chocolate chips have little to no milk content, but dark chocolate chips have even less/none if you are worried.
- This recipe is kosher, egg-free, and halal.
- Neither chocolate chips nor pillsbury dough contain nuts but both may have been processed with machinery that has come into contact with nuts.
Last week, the other girls in my Italian Renaissance class were chatting, and from the topic of Frozen we got onto Disney and non-Disney Princesses, including Anastasia, which is one of my classmates absolute favourite. Immediately, I started internally debating what to say because, while I will nickpick the film’s historical inaccuracies, I appreciate the music and animation (you will never find me saying a bad word against the “Once Upon a December sequence. EVER.). But it’s so impossibly easy for me to get into the real Romanovs, and with me, that can get intense. Sometimes, people don’t want to hear the ins and outs about little details of the IF at the moment, and it’s important to figure out if an interest exists and at what level before I get into book and documentary recommendations and overwhelm with my enthusiasm. It will be something to find out in future conversations.