Last night I was determined to sit at my laptop and search until I find that expert in cyber security who will help me, with… surprise, a cyber security problem!
What happened next is a perfect explanation of the term “surfing the net.”
I started by reading an article, I believe on http://www.lifehacker.com on why it was safe to log into new accounts with your Facebook or Google accounts. Most commentators disagreed. I felt I needed to voice my opinion in their support… and then, somehow, my eyes stopped on a young man’s picture and under his picture it read: Turn Ice Cream into Bread!
Oh, this was much more important than my cyber security, so I surfed to his site: http://www.adachis.kinja.com (Adam Dachis)
I read the recipe once, twice, three times. Still there. So simple, I NEEDED to share.
Then, the real miracle happened, down the page, he was giving credit to The Hungry Housewife via Wonderful How To!
Needless to say, my “surfing STOPPED,” and I didn’t know what to read first. So, I signed up for her e- newsletter and look forward to more incredible, yummy and uncomplicated recipes. Meanwhile, I wanted to say thank you and congratulations for a job well done!
The recipe is so easy, it made me blush because in my book, home made must be complex and take a long time! No more!
The recipe of the Ice Cream Bread:
Melted Ice Cream, add flour, 1 tsp. baking soda, a pint of salt. Mix well and bake at 350 until done!
There are variations but this is the basic idea. If you are an experienced cook, which I am sure you are, you will play with the quantities for the right consistency.
Today, while I was imagining the ice cream bread of my choice of vanilla, fate took me to one of her recent recipe: Bacon, avocado, tomato, grilled cheese!!!
This reminded me of an old joke: A man was trying to loose weight and avoid breads. His greatest temptation was that on his way to work he drove by a Bakery Shop! The day he started his diet, he thought to himself. “God, please send me a sign if I am supposed to start this diet. If there is no parking in front of the Bakery, it means I should start the diet!” With that deal in mind, he drove by the Bakery. NO parking space! He drove around the block…once, twice, three times! A parking spake at last!!! “Oh God, thank you for giving me the right sign!” and he entered the Bakery.
The lesson in this story: The Hungry Housewife is a perfect example of loving to do something (cook) doing it well and sharing it in a smart way! Bravo! The world needs more like you!
Oh, and for those who wonder, I am not paid, I make no profits by writing this blog. I just like to share and give credit when credit is due! Most importantly, God did give me a sign!
P.S. I still did not find that cyber security expert, so I am surfing the net again tonight!
Rodica Mihalis, M.S. Counseling and Clinical Psychology