Your freezer contents sound tasty! Do you store the vodkas in there because they keep better or because they are to be served icy?
Yes, to keep them icy cold. I made the strawberry vodka (more of a cordial).
Oh, here's a question for ya...one to get you thinking. You've mentioned you're planning a move. Have you started thinking about eating down your freezer goods? They'd be very difficult to keep frozen while moving! Maybe you do need to do that two-month not leaving the house thing...
Fortunately, the potential move is far, far, farrrrrr off into the horizon. We should be good to eat all the grub well before that is an issue.
Anna Green wrote:
Awww, a girl after my own heart! 1st you answer my nosy question and not half-assed I must say. You really gave it! And you make me want to go shopping for veggies and stuff. Ok, not really. It's the flavored vodkas I want. Or I could just do an "act of kindness" and go help you clean out your freezer.
I have close to a gallon of assorted acts of kindness you could assist with.
Anna Green wrote:
Really it was your last post that most impressed. It made me remember why I want to continue eating well. Feeling great is the best motivation isn't it?
OK, Anna and Fuellen, I just stumbled upon an amazing discovery for me. The acute cough plaguing me for the past week plus was not being very responsive for very long with OTC cold/cough meds. Doing some online research today for home remedies for bronchitis, I saw a few references to using turmeric (since bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchii). I use turmeric as a muscular anti-inflammatory after long runs and heavy yardwork. So, I took a ½ tsp. in about half a small glass of water and slammed it like doing a shot of tequila or something. Well, OMG, I have barely coughed in about four hours! From not being able to talk to barely coughing. Give it a try; your mileage may vary.