Ticap Essay Typer

カテゴリー: 子育て | 投稿日: | 投稿者: bactereal

滝野すずらん公園 少し驚いたのがトイレのキレイさ。 公園のってキレイなイメージがないので… 寒いと思い少し厚着をしてったが 日陰のせいか、さらに寒かった。 初参加 去年は息子がちょうど風邪を引き行けなかった。 ・・・続きを読む

カテゴリー: 子育て | 投稿日: | 投稿者: bactereal

息子が少し蛇・ワニ好きなので が、少し進んだ所でデカいカエルにビビりまくり! 少し泣き叫んでたw それからは見る物全てな感じで エリマキトカゲ・デカい蛇にもビビってた。 でも最後の方には何とか少し落ち着く トカゲ・小さい ・・・続きを読む

カテゴリー: 子育て, 食 | 投稿日: | 投稿者: bactereal

釧路に帰省した 行き、高速に乗ったが少し渋滞してて6時間かかった。 釧路到着 通ってた高校の近くにギョーザンギという餃子の皮の中にザンギが入ってるのが売ってて少しハマってたんだが、その店なくなってしまい、それからずっと食 ・・・続きを読む

カテゴリー: 子育て | 投稿日: | 投稿者: bactereal

去年の夏の事 甚平と草履?雪駄?を買った。 草履?雪駄?は失敗。 思い切り走り回れないし、脱げて泣いてた。 最近は奥さんが息子の送迎をしてるので保育園に行くのは久しぶり 少し緊張した。 せめて息子に関わる先生や同じクラス ・・・続きを読む

カテゴリー: 子育て | 投稿日: | 投稿者: bactereal

きっかけ 息子がマックのハッピーセットで仮面ライダーエグゼイドを手に入れてから好きになる。 それからまだ間もない熱が冷めてないうちに良いタイミングで北海道(旧:三井)グリーンランドで仮面ライダーエグゼイドショーがあるので ・・・続きを読む

カテゴリー: 子育て | 投稿日: | 投稿者: bactereal

息子が別に仮面ライダー見た事ないのに買ったっぽい それがきっかけで少し見るように。 と言っても歌と戦いしか見てないがw フィギュア同士を戦わせてる。 自分も昔やったな。 男ってやっぱ戦いが好きなのかね。 最近の仮面ライダ ・・・続きを読む

カテゴリー: 子育て, 雑記 | 投稿日: | 投稿者: bactereal

天気の良い日 でも少し風が強かった。 やはり子供連れが多かった ¥1,200は高いかな、と思ったが、 動物が良い環境にいる事や羊レースとかのイベントがあったからそれ込ならアリなのかな、と。 アルパカソフトはてっきりミルク ・・・続きを読む

カテゴリー: 子育て, 食 | 投稿日: | 投稿者: bactereal

タダ券あるし息子に生の象を見せたくて 自分らは5年前にも見た。息子が生まれる前。 象は、円山動物園1・2・旭山動物園にもいなかった。 象の他にゴリラも見てない。 自由席で先着順だから並んだ 朝から。その日は雨。始めは奥さ ・・・続きを読む

カテゴリー: 子育て | 投稿日: | 投稿者: bactereal

前から息子を連れて行きたかった 朝、出発。 ナビをつけてたんだが、下の道で行くのに間違って高速用になってて、少し時間ロス。 でも早めに出たから昼前のまだ空いてる時に着いた。 やはり小さな男の子連れのファミリーが多かった。 ・・・続きを読む

カテゴリー: 子育て | 投稿日: | 投稿者: bactereal

少し長い休み があると自分は実家(釧路)へ帰りたい。 高齢の自分の祖母に会いたいから。 息子も会わせたい。 しかも今回は少し前に祖母が入院したので余計に帰りたかった。 しかし今回は奥さんが就活中で気持ちが落ち着かない為、 ・・・続きを読む

Lady Sybil and Tom Branson go public (ITV)

Valentine’s Day. In keeping with the spirit, Masterpiece Classics served up a double helping of Downton Abbey romance last night. A great pre-Valentine’s Day date night in our home which we enjoyed, even though we had seen these episodes before. Love gained, love lost, wedding bliss, wedding cancelled, attempted elopement, a funeral, an arrest. Yes, Downton Abbey has it all, and it is all good.

The sad news is that there is only one episode left (the Christmas episode) and North America will soon join the UK in the count down to September for the anticipated launch of Season 3. To keep my spirits up I am still spending some time playing a little game of matching Downton Abbey couples with my Valentine’s Day favorite sweets.

Lady Sybil and Tom Branson: The idealistic romantics

Lord Grantham is now regretting the day he hired Tom Branson, a “revolutionary chaffeur”way back in Season 1. He discovers that his daughter plans to toss aside her life of privilege for the love of an idealistic and live the life of commoners. After much posturing, he finally concedes that she is leaving for love with or without his blessing, while the Dowager Countess processes how to best spin this news to those who matter.

Sybil and Branson finally kiss (ITV)

This was a long simmering romance. Tom Branson patiently waited 14 episodes for Lady Sybil to decide that he was “her ticket to travel”. She gives him permission to kiss her, but “that is all until everything is settled”. A great example for young viewers to follow: think before you act. If he loves you, he will wait for you. While this is very much an idealistic pairing of young love from two different worlds, it is not improbable. I recall the love story of a similarly matched couple from my childhood: beautiful privileged British maiden meets handsome school teacher and they run away to Canada to raise 9 children. I remember that it was “literally” a house full of love.

Young love like a brownie

For some reason I seem to be stuck on choosing brownies for this couple. I was trying to think of a dessert that evokes innocence, youth; this tasty treat is a mash up of two separate existing sweets. I got thinking about brownies since they are a cross between cake and cookie, triggered by a post from Foodimentary that Friday was National Have a Brownie Day. Foodimentary (http://foodimentary.com) is a great blog which celebrates food with a featured food, history and fun facts. All in a convenient take away container.

Brownies, like young love, come in a variety of forms. They are either fudgy or cakey, depending on their density, and they may include nuts, frosting, whipped cream, chocolate chips, or other ingredients. All goodness.

History of the Brownie

Brownies are period appropriate, but like many dishes, it appears to have evolved, and not necessarily invented. Some believe that brownies are an Americanization of Scottish cocoa scones, a scottish relative of the Orkney Broonie (which has oats). Foodimentary mentions a connection with the Palmer House Hotel during the 1893 Columbian Exposition (The largest World’s Fair of it’s time). Food historians look for printed recipes to determine a time line, and verification. American Fannie Farmer published the first known brownie recipe in 1896. In any case it has long been a particularly popular treat in North America, so look for Cora’s mother to be asking Mrs. Patmore to make them in Season 3.

I enjoy the sweets, but always look to find a way to make healthier versions. Here is an easy great one. This also allows you to do “girl math”: eat twice as much since they have less calories. So bake a batch for your Valentine, your kids, your tea tray, or your foodie friends as a Downton Abbey viewing party treat.

ULTIMATE GUILT FREE FUDGE BROWNIES
ULTIMATE GUILT FREE FUDGE BROWNIES
ServingsPrep TimeCook Time
162 inch servings15minutes25minutes
ServingsPrep Time
162 inch servings15minutes
  1. Preheat the oven to 350°F/180°C/Gas Mark 4
  2. Spray an 8-inch square pan with olive oil. Set aside.
  3. Place the honey in a large glass measuring cup. Microwave on high power until the honey is runny and just bubbling, 45 to 60 seconds. Add the cocoa and stir with a fork until well combined. Let cool to room temperature (15 minutes).
  4. Meanwhile, in a small bowl, place the flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt. Whisk until well combined.
  5. In a large bowl, combine the applesauce, egg, and vanilla. Whisk together until well blended. Add the honey-cocoa mixture and whisk until smooth. Add the flour mixture to the liquid mixture and stir until no traces of flour remain. For some texture you can add some mini chocolate chips and chopped walnuts. Scrape the batter into the prepared pan.
  6. Bake until the surface looks dry around the edges of the pan and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out with moist crumbs clinging to it, about 25 minutes. Do not overbake.
  7. Place the pan on a cooling rack and let cool completely before slicing into 16 squares.

Freezes great or store in airtight container. They won’t dry out!

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