You know, I've never had a scone before. Might be time to try one. Mmm, field roast!
That's great that you both got to work from home! And great that he went out to get lunch ;)That scone looks really good! I know "Morning Glory" muffins have awesome stuff like carrots, apples, raisins and whatnot in it, was this similar? That sounds gooooood! Look at you eating all your broccoli! Definitely calls for dessert!Re: The last post, my food does take waaaaay to long to prepare yet I still make it pretty much every day. You'd think I'd figure out shortcuts by now!
That green curry looks so good. Thai food is delish.You should try a Miss Rachel Peanut Butter Chocolate Cookie some time, after eating your broccoli of course.
It has been long left unsaid on my part, but commend you for being able to work from home! I'm useless working from home...always off doing other things. Anyway, it's a double feat that you and Mr SV can work from home and partake in awesome lunches too!It all looks very munchable!
Vegan scones, Flaxseed milk, Kashi Nuggets. All things that I need to find this weekend at WF.Do you find you are more productive working from home? I think I would be, but tele-teaching hasn't really happened aside from Khan Academy.
Hey Now!!!!Bean, just be aware: Scones are very dry and heavy. I didn't invent them.VaVa, I always thought 'Glorious Morning' meant 'Bran'. Miss Rachel, I'll check out the cookies.Rose, I'm useless working at home or in the office.Ingrid, what do you mean 'productive'?
YUM to that dessert!! Can't go wrong with PB and chocolate
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