We’ve been making a lot of pizza around here because I finally got around to buying more yeast! I created this recipe during my second year of university and it has served me extremely well. It makes a fantastic large thin crust pizza that has just the right texture and taste. I’m a huge huge fan. We made 3 pizzas on Monday, just because we could and it’s great for lunches during the week..and snacks..and breakfast..and dinner. Pizza all day, everyday. :D
AND I’ve finally gotten around to formatting my recipes better! You can now print off the recipe for use and it just looks prettier. I’m working on converting my other recipes to the same format. I hope you enjoy it. I’ve even got some step-by-step style photos. Are you excited? Because I am. :) Continue reading
I saw it first on Pinterest last year, put the bottoms of green onion in water and it’ll regrow itself! I tried it, it worked, I thought it was cool. Then some time ago, somewhere on Pinterest, I saw a post about all these other vegetables you can also regrow from their bottoms, including lettuce.
Now this felt useful. I use lettuce in my meals almost everyday. It’s a staple. The idea of being able to regrow my own lettuce, fresh and crisp, was very appealing. So I tried it. And oh man, did it work. It’s awesome plant magic, and the leaves look so crisp and fresh, I have to stop myself from just plucking a few off for a sandwich. Continue reading
If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve seen my little indoor garden, I instagram it very frequently under the hashtag #aagarden. OOOH I love this project!
One of my March goals was to grow a plant. Well. I didn’t get around to it until March 24 when I finally planted my first basil seeds. But stuff didn’t really get crazy till April, when I went all out and bought a lot of different types of seeds and planted all of them. At first it seemed like a failure, nothing was sprouting, it was all taking way longer than anyone had told me, but then it changed! Now it’s safe to say I’m obsessed with my little indoor garden and excited with every little development I see on a daily basis. Continue reading
Email is more personal. It’s easier to open up more in email. I was playing around with these thoughts and The Daily Experiment was born. To those who want it, I send an email everyday (almost. I did miss one day), the subject varies. So far topics have included sleep, movies, Captain America, proactive action, and tactics (for life).
If you email me (something real, not something like, hiii, you’re awesome, can you pay me $5), I will respond. It’s a fun way to get to know each other, and it gets me writing on a more personal level daily. So if you’re interested, join my mailing list and be sure to specify that you want to get The Daily Experiment.
One of my goals for March is to walk everyday. Believe it or not, there still have been some days where I forgot to do this. BUT, I remember most days and one day I decided to take a walk and chase the sunrise. You can’t see the sunrise very clearly from my place, so I just walked towards the light (I’m so great hey :P), taking pictures on the way and back. Continue reading