Things I Learned This Week

apple pie

1. Pie for breakfast. “It’s a thing,” my older daughter told me. And it turns out that it is! How could I have missed this?  Allrecipes calls pie for breakfast “the most important pie of the day.”  Outstanding!

2. March Madness. Our alma maters crashed and burned in the first round of the NCAA basketball tournament.  I’m way past “my bracket is busted” and basically at, “just rip it up.”  It’s okay; I can still watch.  The commercials are much better than on normal t.v.  And when my mind wanders, there’s always pie.  For example, how many pie pieces could one eat in a day?

3. March weather. It is a truth universally acknowledged that whenever I had the opportunity to take photographs for the blog this week, the clouds would immediately come out and the light would become dull.  Once I gave up, the sun would shine.  So I am out of ideas here.  Other than those involving pie.

No.  I totally have some ink reviews coming up.  There’s one that’s sort of cherry pie in color, and one that’s like asparagus, which you could put in quiche. And another that would be the color of blue jello pie, if there is such a thing. And omg there is such a thing!

4. Easy spring pie.  Jello pie, any color you choose.  It’s really a thing. Is this a great country, or what?!

4 thoughts on “Things I Learned This Week

  1. Over here, ‘cheese pie’ – which is basically a cheese-filled pastry rather like a hot pocket when it’s made as an individual version – is a classic on-the-go breakfast or snack. It’s nice enough but gimme that one in the photo ANY DAY! haha. And the blue detailing on that plate makes it look extra tasty and fetching 😉 Breakfast pie ftw!

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    1. Right! It’s like a whole new, and much better, way of looking at the world.

      I’m excited about pizza for dinner, too. “It’s Wednesday, kids, you know that’s mushroom pizza night.”

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