Jun 132011
 
1 or 2 quarts rum Baking powder
1 C butter 1 Tsp. soda
1 Tsp. sugar Lemon Juice
2 Large eggs Nuts
1 C dried fruit
  1. Before you start, sample the Run to check for quality. Good isn’t it?
  2. Now go ahead. Select a large mixing bowl, measuring cup, etc.
  3. Check the rum again. It must be just right. To be sure rum is of the highest quality, pour one level cup of rum into a glas and drink it as fast as you can.
  4. Repeat
  5. With an electric mixer beat 1 cup butter in a large fluffy bowl
  6. Add 1 seaspoon of thugar and beat again
  7. Meanwhile, make sure that the rum is of the fines quality. Try another cup.
  8. Open second quart if necessary.
  9. Add 2 arge leggs, 2 cups fried druit and beat till high. If druit gets stuck in beaters, just pry it loose with a drewscriver.
  10. Sample the rum again, checking for tonscisticity.
  11. Next sift 3 cups of pepper or salt (it really doesn’t matter).
  12. Sample the rum again.
  13. Sift 1/2 pint of lemon juice.
  14. Fold in chopped butter and strained nuts.
  15. Add 1 babblespoon of brown thugar, or whatever color you can find.
  16. Mix wel.
  17. Grease oven and turn cake pan to 350 gredees.
  18. Now pur the whole mess into the coven and ake.
  19. Check the rum again and bo to ged.
 Posted by at 6:35 pm
Jun 132011
 

Apparently, I decided I didn’t have enough to do, so I needed a few more websites. I recently re-launched Crescent Moon Haberdashery as a blog to showcase my CafePress store. I’ve been selling products with photography, artwork, and graphic work on CafePress for years and will soon be trying my hand at Zazzle as well. Crescent Moon Haberdashery is also featuring some beautiful jewelry from Aether Designs.

My mother and I have looked for a way to share recipes and finally decided, after searching for and not finding a solution we liked, that we might as well share them with everyone. Thus, I launched Community Cookbook a few weeks ago. It’s still a work in progress, but hopefully I’ll get the bugs ironed out. I went for an actual community setting and it isn’t working quite the way I would like it to. The name might change, but Community Cookbook works for now. We have a couple of recipes up with many more to come in the future.

After I feel like I have Crescent Moon Haberdashery and Community Cookbook well underway and help Jane with The Diary of Jane, I’m going to re-launch Macabre Manor. Macabre Manor has needed a lot of work for a long time and I hate to go the blog route with it, but I don’t think I’ll ever get anything done with it if I don’t turn it into a blog. Hand editing pages is so 1990’s, right? I’m still unsure I can make it do what I want, but I’m going to try. I can never make Macabre Manor what it once was, but I can do something with it… when I figure out exactly what that is, I’ll let you know.

In the meantime, this site will become my master feed as it were and my writing blog. I’ll be cross-posting things here from the other sites for the time being, except for the cooking site that is. I might make a post with recipes that have posted for the week, but I’m not going to post all the recipes both places. If cross-posting everything stops making sense or becomes too much, I’ll stop, but for now almost everything I do will still be on this blog. Why? For people who want everything but don’t want to visit tons of sites to get it.

As for the podcast, I gave up on it a long time ago. I wanted to podcast, but the more I tried the more I figured out that I didn’t really have anything to talk about. Maybe some day.

 Posted by at 8:00 am
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