News from Katy-Moon

  1. Ahhhhh… this is fantastic! And that is the real deal.

  2. What a stunning young lady! Excellent photo.

  3. Slept in my Who shirt and woke up out of my brain on the train.

  4. I did it by hand. I used a recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction, and after I punched the dough down after the first rise, I tore a piece and would pull the loose ends under and then roll it in my hand. Hard to describe but I tried to copy the video on Sally’s website

  5. You may also want to weigh the dough pieces before you round them. That way every single one will look just the same (barring some other external problem).

  6. Thanks! I’m thinking of getting a scale if I continue this as a hobby.

  7. Great idea - measuring ingredients according to weight is more accurate and increases consistency and overall success by a lot! Also, if you measure ingredients by weight you can very easily scale the amount of your finished product up or down very easily and precisely. Good luck to you - give yourself a kitchen scale for the holidays!

  8. Pretty amazing! It took me 3 or 4 tries to get a nice clean roll like that. I think you may have just found your “specialty”!

  9. I think it's areas near Wisconson and Minnesota. Minnesota and Canadian accents are eerily similar.

  10. What a great experience and a great memory! BTW, the bird is female (lacking the black whisker).

  11. Looks like calcium deficiency and a little mildew.

  12. "Am I the only one who..." then proceeds to talk about himself in the third person.

  13. So delicious - I haven't made those since pastry school. Well done, You!

  14. Even worse, look at that dude's hairline. He'll be bald by the time he's 35. Wait...

  15. We have a lake behind our house and they will often sit in the top of a mulberry tree that leans past the shore and over the water. I've been surprised on more than one occasion when I walk over to pick mulberries. The heron tolerates me for about three minutes before flying out of the tree and across the lake. It's so unexpected to see them in trees!

  16. My husband and I were there as well. I was in the music business at the time and we knew Stevie, Jimmy, and Junior Brantley (keys for Jimmy's band). Such a great night - front row, our favorite performers, lots of love and peace in the air. And I do remember the fog but never had a clue it was too dangerous to fly in. A friend called us at about 5:30 in the morning while we were sleeping and told us the news. We simply couldn't speak for most of the day.

  17. This is the thank you note version of a Jesus car.

  18. I’d you stare at that for a few seconds, then quickly scroll down to the comments, you’ll see the afterimage superimposed. I love when that happens.

  19. Ah, yes. The infamous Shartsparkle dress. It’s in the fashion museum at the Met. I’m pretty sure…

  20. Good one. Really captured Keith in the back.

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