That name needs work but I felt it should be acknowledged regardless.
So yesterday I tried making something I’ve seen floating around the blog world, Socca. Well not actually floating, if that were the case I’d have grabbed it and it ate rather than making it myself. If this were twitter I would end that statement with #cuttingcorners
I still haven't quite figured out what "trending" on Twitter is or how you know when something is a trend. What I DO know is that I feel like I'm trending when I put a # sign infront of a couple words I've thrown together.
Like Jimmy Fallon does here..
Anyway, back to the Socca. Now I know you’re supposed to source where you found the recipe you used but is one ¼ cup of Garbanzo Flour and ¼ Cup Water really a recipe? I’d imagine the original creator was somebody’s Grandma and I doubt she’s getting the credit she deserves. #elderlyneglect
So here’s what you do: Take equal parts Garbanzo Flour and Water (I used 1/4 of each) and mix together. Add whatever spices you like (I added Italian and Nutritional Yeast) and stir some more. Then cook like a pancake on a frying pan. And flip. And eat. #easyas123
Minus the two bites I apparently couldn't WAIT to take.
This is what my Garbanzo Flour looks like incase you were wondering..
Well look at that, mine's not as fancy as I thought. It says "Chickpea Flour". I wonder why that bean has two names? Probably just to cause confusion and frustration in flour/bean isles everywhere.
This was Socca good I had one with lunch and one as a snack before bed. I plan on trying to making all kinds of Socca in the next week. Sweet Socca, Savory Socca, Spicy Socca. It's like a flat, dense little bread. YUM.
Moving along to a topic I somehow manage to discuss on a daily basis, Peanut Butter. #addict
I discovered something yesterday that I'm both ashamed and proud of. So Saturday my Man decided (for the first time in 2 weeks) to put Peanut Butter in his shake. As my Man reached into the fridge and opened it up he said, "HOLY you really took back that peanut butter." Obviously I answered with, "yes, yes I did." Since this particular tub IS 2KG worth of Peanut Butter I decided to check my bank statement yesterday and see exactly when I had purchased it. February 15th, that's 3 weeks ago. That means that in 3 weeks I ate THIS much Peanut Butter.... #yourjeansshouldnotfit
I feel like I should be calling a doctor somewhere and telling him I've discovered something. I'm not sure what I've discovered, but I feel like it's worth noting that nothing happened. Shouldn't I have had a heart attack? clogged an artery? busted my jeans? turned into a peanut? Like I said, i'm both proud and slightly embarrassed.
Before I go I want to wish a Happy Birthday to my Sister's Hubby!!!
If you're lucky Rae, maybe Vaughan will GIVE you his Cabbage Patch today.