Blast from the Past

I just happened to be cruising around facebook and came across this picture that was on my college page. I went to a pretty small school in central PA - Susquehanna University. It was definitely a fun time where I met friends I will have forever. One of my favorite college memories was my 4 years playing soccer! Oh and by the way - this is my 100th post! WHOA!

I would love to hear about the sport(s) you played in college and/or high school?

I played soccer, basketball and tennis in high school. Soccer in college for four years and softball for one year. My friend Laura and I were bored after always playing sports in high school, so we walked on to the softball team freshman year and made it. We had a blast, but not enough to play again sophomore year. Especially because our spring break was taken away due to a softball tournament. :)


Happy Spooky Day! (10.31.2008)

Hope everyone has a great halloween and does something mischievous tonight. ;)

First, let me go back to yesterday. I started with a bowl of oats that had too much milk, but once I mixed in some PB - it made it more like peanut butter milky oats, so all was ok.

  • 1/2 c oats
  • too much skim milk
  • almonds (probably too many)
  • raisins
  • spoonful of peanut butter
  • drizzle of maple syrup

At work yesterday, we had a Halloween Bake Sale to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of MD. Such a great, great cause. I went and supported by buying some baked goods! yum.

First, I bought a plate of these Indian sweet treats because it was the only thing on the table I had never tried before. I think it looks like polenta and the consistency is like polenta also. There is a sweet flavor, but not too sweet. The cashew and raisin on top complimented the flavor well. Anyone know what these things are called? Or where I could find a recipe? Or if they are semi-healthy for you?

My second purchase was a sweet potato pie! A former co-worker used to bring these in and I fell in love with them. So GOOD, and as you can see, I had to try a slice of this one immediately. It was not to sweet and not to savory - juusst right.
Last night, the weather was SO much nicer. Sunny, in the 50s, and not too windy. Perfect running weather. We did another 3 miler and then decided to go out and drink some beer in our running clothes. This is one of the reasons why I love Baltimore - I feel like it is a pretty relaxed place where I can feel completely comfortable and normal sitting in a bar in my sweats and a long sleeve t-shirt. nice!

We went to JDs Smokehouse in Canton square (cant seem to find a website for this place) and they were having a bucket beer special, so we sat at the bar and got a bucket of 5 bud lights for $8. Not too bad, especially when you are used to paying $3 a beer.

We decided to split some appetizers to go with our beer. Chicken and vegetable potstickers and then 10 BBQ wings - 5 Golden BBQ and 5 Sweet Baby Rays BBQ. I had 2 Golden (which is like a honey mustard base) and 1 SBR wing and then half of the potstickers - love these things. oh and fries, did I mention seasoned fries come with the potstickers? Those suckers were good and my ultimate weakness.

We also ordered a Texas Brisket Sandwich that came with swiss and mushrooms on a fresh baguette with au jus on the side. I had a few bites just to try it, but I was stuffed. Definitely an indulge night, but it felt good to do it. Need that sometimes. I was shy about taking pictures (AGAIN).

I had a PB and J sandwich on wheat bread for breakfast, with half a banana and brought a HUGE honeycrisp apple for a snack.

Hope everyone is having a great Halloween day!

I almost forgot to mention how my Acorn Squash turned out the other night! Here is a picture of the deliciousness. See the brown sugar/butter goodness in there? I basically dipped the squash in this sauce before each bite. So heavenly.

Later today, I am going to try uploading my first VIDEO to the blog. It is from last year's Turkey Bowl football game. Kevin threw me a deep pass in the corner for a touchdown. It was very exciting! We are going to try and do a repeat at this year's event!



Pet Progress (10.30.2008)

I wanted to step away from food for a minute and talk about another one of my passions - my pets. Oscar and Lucy. Oscar is my 3 year old wimpy, golden retriever and Lucy is my 8 week old feral, tough "gray and white" kitten.

Lucy has been staying up in the extra bedroom for a few weeks so that she feels safe and can "come into her own" since she was brought in from the outside world. This bedroom door doesnt lock and sits slightly ajar, so I am waiting for the day when she pushes her wait out to explore the rest of the house. My house was built in 1920 - and even though it was rehabbed before I bought it, the guy who did the rehab left lots of "cool" features like this going on. Another cool thing is I only have one light switch in the entire house. pretty cool, right? yeah right - it is annoying searching for lamp switches in the dark.
I digress. So since Lucy has been staying in the extra bedroom, each night we all go up there to hang out, watch tv, etc. A.K.A. - watch Oscar and Lucy discover each other. Oscar has slowly gotten braver as the days have gone by - and now he pushes the door to the extra bedroom open and charges inside to sniff around looking for where Lucy is hiding.

The problem is that he likes her hidden. Once she makes her way out for food or we pull her out - he cant seem to muster up the courage to look her way at all. It is the funniest thing I have ever seen. This little kitten is scaring the bejezees out of a 75 pound golden retriever. haha. We have gotten some good laughs out of this. But Oscar is my BOY (think "you're my boy blue" when I say this. love that movie), so I make sure to console him and tell him everything will be ok.
I do have to admit that we like to play with/torture Oscar and put Lucy really close to him. She is VERY interested in him, especially the fluffy tail that moves around alot - looks like it would be fun to chase.
So enjoy the pictures below and try not to feel sorry for Oscar when you see his "tortured" face.

Lucy is checking Oscar out. And also telling me that I better get more wet kitten food, if I want her to eat anything.Wait - he smells something...see Lucy in the background?
There is "something" behind him...
and it smells scary!
He is trying to tell me, "Please, please, please - make it go away". (Oscar never used to be this clingy!) And that is my ankle, in case you were wondering. I know it looks weird and like a cankle, but I do have ankles...promise.Close up of my poor thing...
We eventually worked up to this...doesnt Oscar look happy? My hand is definitely not holding him there. ;)

But, we are making progress!



I Want Fall Back (10.29.2008)

It is like WINTER outside - no fun! Sorry I didnt post at all yesterday - just wasnt feeling like myself. I am still not quite right today, but I wanted to share some of my eats and my run. This cold, windy, horrible weather definitely isnt helping.

I didnt run on Monday or Tuesday, but tonight - I knew I had to get a run in. I bundled up and went out with Kevin and Oscar in the 40 degree, windy weather. About a half mile into the run, it started to sprinkle cold rain. I gave Kevin "a look" and he knew I wasnt going to be into the cold, rainy run for long. But, we kept going and it eventually stopped. We ended up getting a 3 miler in which felt great.

Backing up a little bit, breakfast this morning was egg white with swiss cheese on a whole wheat "light" english muffin. I was happy to see these on sale the other day. (no pic)

Snacks today were a banana, orange, and a PB Zbar, which I really liked! I hated the chocolate brownie one I tried a few days ago, but when I bit into this flavor, I knew I had found a winner. loved it.Lunch was leftover Turkey Lasagna, which I made yesterday using the Barefoot Contessa's recipe. It turned out pretty good and the recipe can be found HERE. The only change I made was to use Part-Skim ricotta. This picture is taken of the cold leftovers, so it isnt the most appetizing picture, but I swear it tasted good.I also had 3 chocolate chip cookies that I made yesterday too. No picture, but they were delicious. Such a weakness for me.

Dinner tonight was a new one for me. I bought veggie burgers for the FIRST TIME EVER. I know that is probably weird to some. I have been seeing them alot on different blogs and have ordered them out, but never bought them to have at home. I bought this brand and was very happy with it!I served it on a toasted WW english muffin with swiss cheese. It tasted SO good and even Kevin liked it! I also sauteed up some broccoli in EVOO, soy sauce, and sesame seeds. This was a great combo and really left the crunch in the broccoli, which is the way I like them. Hate mushy broccoli. Glass of pinot grigio to go with dinner in my stemless wine glass from the wine festival a few weeks back.I am currently roasting up some Acorn Squash with light butter and brown sugar, so I cant wait to try them in a little bit. I hope everyone has a great night - stay warm! (for those of you dealing with this cold weather!) My heat isnt working, so I am staying warm with a space heater right now. Need to call someone tomorrow because I dont know how many more layers I can put on.



Carrot Casserole (courtesy of Mara's family)

Here is the recipe for the carrot casserole that was so delicious in my oatmeal this morning! It is a decadent one which explains why it was the best oatmeal combo ever! :)


  • 2 lbs carrots, cooked and mashed
  • 1 cup melted butter
  • 6 eggs (I use 1/2 egg beaters, 1/2 real eggs)
  • 2 tsp vanilla
  • 1 1/2 cups sugar (but you could try to use just 1 cup and let me know if that works)
  • 6 tbsp flour
  • 6 tsp baking powder
  • dash salt

Mix carrots and butter in large bowl. Add all other ingredients to carrot mixture, pour into greased casserole dish. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 to 75 minutes (you just need to look to see if it appears done, it is a guessing game, but don't leave in longer than the max).

I think it may depend on the type of casserole dish you use, mine being deep probably is why I cook it towards the max. Sprinkle with cinnamon and nutmeg, if desired.

I was thinking there are probably some different variations folks out there could do to make this healthier or vegan. The same way egg beaters was added instead of all eggs. Enjoy and thanks Mara and fam!


My Best Oatmeal Combo Ever (10.27.2008)

As the subject of this post tells you - this morning I made the best oatmeal combination ever. I am going to call this:

Carrot Cake Oatmeal
  • 1/2 c oats
  • 1/2 c skim milk
  • raisins
  • almonds
  • spoonful of carrot casserole
  • drizzle of maple syrup
The carrot casserole that my friend Mara made for the pot luck on saturday night is the secret weapon here. It is so sweet and completely addicting. I need to post the recipe up here! So anyways, I enjoyed every last bite of this oatmeal combo and even brought some to make at work today because I dont think I could ever get enough. wow.
Other snacks will be an orange and cinnamon roll larabar. Lunch is going to be some leftover turkey chili!
My legs are not very sore today, which is a good thing. My knees and lower back feel a little fatigued, but I feel better than I thought I would after 16 miles. The 2 walks with oscar in the park must have helped!

Hope everyone has as good a monday as possible...halloween is friday...yippee!!



Turkey Chili (10.26.2008)

I have been wanting to make turkey chili since Kevin's friend Frank (who is a chef) brought it to "Turkey Bowl" last year. Turkey bowl is Kevin's yearly event that he plans the weekend before thanksgiving where everyone gets together for a co-ed football game, a potluck, thanksgiving meal, and then a party. This year is the 10th annual. More on that closer to the event!

After researching a few different recipes online, I came up with the recipe below.


  • 2 carrots, chopped
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 medium onion, chopped
  • 4 stalks celery, chopped
  • 1/2 c red bell pepper, chopped
  • 1/2 c green pepper, chopped
  • ground red pepper, about 1 tsp
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 T unsalted butter
  • 1 glass white wine
  • 1 (14.5 ounce) can stewed tomatoes, chopped
  • 1 (6 ounce) can tomato paste
  • 1 cup chicken stock
  • 1/2 cup water
  • few splashes of worcestershire sauce
  • 1 and a 1/2 pounds ground turkey
  • 1 (1.25 ounce) package chili seasoning mix
  • ground cumin, about 1 tsp
  • 1 (15 ounce) can garbanzo beans, drained
  • few squirts of cilantro paste
  • dried parsley, few shakes
Chop all veggies and admire the purty colors. I love chopping veggies .Melt butter in large, heavy bottom pot. Add carrots, celery, garlic, onion, red and green peppers to butter and saute over medium high heat for a few minutes.Add wine, ground red pepper, salt and pepper. Add stewed tomatoes, tomato paste, chicken stock, water, and worcestershire sauce. Simmer for about 20 mins.

In the meantime, cook ground turkey until no longer pink and then add chili seasoning and cumin to meat.

Add turkey, beans, cilantro, and parsley to pot and simmer for at least another 15 mins so that all flavors meld together.Top with a spoonful of 0% greek yogurt, shredded sharp cheddar, and green onions. ENJOY!This was my first time making turkey chili and I think it turned out well - it will probably be even better tomorrow. Kevin loved this and said it was the best he ever tasted! :)

Have a great night!


Weekend Workouts, etc.

First things first, the potluck party last night was so much fun. I think everyone liked the potatoes, although there was a ton leftover because we had too much food! The menu included: turkey chili, pulled pork sandwiches, carrot casserole, Buffalo chicken dip, crab stuffed mushrooms, my potatoes, brownies, and an amazing trifle. I made sure to try and little of everything - ha! And I had one glass of chardonnay, but since I had a 16 miler in the morning, I couldnt get too crazy.

I was shy to take pictures of the food again, but I did get some of my group of good girl friends from high school. It is great to still be in touch with everyone. It is the type of group that even though you dont see each other all the time and we are scattered all over the country - getting back together is never awkward or weird and we just pick back up where we left off! love that!
Here is the nice normal picture - Maggie has a basketball stuffed up her shirt...
just k
idding - she is pregnant and due in a month! exciting stuff. :)

And here is me doing a crazy one, except I am the only one doing it...jokes on me.

OK, actually, Kevin was taking the picture and giving me a hard time, so I made this weird, crazy face at him, for only him to see and he was lucky enough to capture it.

Baltimore Heart Walk Recap (10.25.2008)

A quick explanation of what the walk is all about: Taken straight from their website,
"The event brings the 2008 Start! Baltimore Heart Walk together to raise funds to fight the nation’s No. 1 and No. 3 killers—heart disease and stroke. In addition to the 3 mile walk through Federal Hill Park, the Create Hope, Inspire Change and Celebrate Success villages:

  • Pay tribute to lost loved ones;
  • Honor survivors of heart disease and stroke;
  • Encourage behavior changes in adults and children like increasing physical activity and making heart-healthy choices part of daily life;
  • Highlight the successful fundraising efforts of individuals and companies;
  • Celebrate individuals and companies who have made significant changes to lead a heart-healthy life. "
The weather held off for us on saturday morning and we had a great walk. Kevin, his sister Molly, and I walked the 3 mile course around the inner harbor of baltimore and it felt really good to do this for such a worthy cause! The third bullet up there is the reason I was walking - especially to see behavior changes in children. Making healthy food choices and getting exercise needs to start at a young age, so it becomes part of your life forever.
We are ready to go...molly, oscar and I before the walk.The walk begins...hundreds of people are out there!
Check out the line of people, looping around the harbor...and back up to the start at Federal Hill Park.We did it! Oscar is tired!
16-mile Training Run (10.26.2008)

Today, I did my first long run since the Baltimore Marathon two weeks ago and my last long run before the Harrisburg Marathon on November 9th. I ran along the Bagel to Beer Marathon Course with my dad and his friend Leon. My sister jumped in and joined us for 3 miles since she was doing a 6 mile out and back. Some other of my father's friends jumped in with us from mile 3-12 and Kevin rode along on his bike and dropped aid off for us at certain points of the course.

I woke up and had my whole wheat eggo waffle with PB and honey with half a banana. This is my favorite pre-run meal. It was a perfect morning, weather-wise, and overall, I felt pretty good. We tried to make sure we were doing between 9 and 10 minute miles throughout the run. In the beginning, we did a few miles in the low 9s and then worked our way up as we got farther in mileage. I know that we eventually got up in the 10s towards the end of the run. Since Kevin and I had been training using the galloway method, it was different getting back into no walk breaks, but we did walk after a few of our water stops and it really helped me stretch out my legs. I do enjoy not stopping at much because i feel like the run was over quicker!

I could definitely "feel" my right hamstring, meaning that it was pretty tight. Not sure if I pulled it at some point, but it is definitely letting me know its there. I wouldnt call it pain, but just a nagging feeling, so I will be paying close attention to it during my taper time now!

Getting back from the run, I felt SO thirsty and still do. Its like I cant quench my thirst. Oscar and I took a walk to the park, so he could run around and we are about to go for another walk. He needs the exercise and I need to loosen up my legs - they are tight!

Lunch was a mish mosh of stuff. First, I had some leftover potatoes and carrot casserole. Then I had a bowl of grape nuts, raisins, and skim milk. (finally remembered a picture!)
Then I went and took a 3 hour nap...definitely needed that! Once I woke up, I was starving, so I made a PB, apple and cinnamon wrap on a whole wheat Flat out wrap. I finally found these and they are awesome - so soft and stretchy.here is my wrap, pre-microwave. I heated it up for about 30 secs...then rolled it up and sliced it to make it look pretty.
I am lucky to have gotten this picture because I was so ready to scarf this down!

Off to take Oscar to the park again (he is spoiled) and then make Turkey Chili that I have been meaning to make for 3 days now. My google reader is overflowing - hopefully I can catch up tonight, but might not be until tomorrow. Hope everyone is having a great weekend!



Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes (10.25.2008)

This is my all-time favorite potato recipe. It is taken from the Southern Living recipe, but I did change the recipe to use all milk and omitted the whipping cream. Tried to lighten it up a little bit. Plus, I like mine spicier, so I added more ground red and black pepper! I promise that if you show up with this to any potluck or holiday meal - all will swoon. ENJOY! :)

  • 2-3 pounds red potatoes, unpeeled
  • 3 tablespoons butter (I used unsalted)
  • 1/3 cup chopped green onions
  • 1/3 cup chopped red bell pepper
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground red pepper (I just eyed this and probably used more)
  • 3 cups 2% milk
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground pepper (definitely used more here also)
  • 1 cup (4 ounces) shredded Swiss cheese
  • 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
Let's get this party started...

Put potatoes through food processor/slicer and they become perfect extra thin potatoes. Chop green onions, red pepper, and mince garlic. Pretty colors...Melt butter in a heavy bottom pot over medium-high heat; add green onions, red pepper, garlic, and ground red pepper. Cook, stirring constantly, 2 minutes.

I use this stuff...

Add milk and S&P, stirring well.

Add potato slices; Bring to a boil over medium heat, and cook, stirring gently, 15 minutes or until potato slices are tender. It thickens up nicely. (Make sure you are stirring pretty constantly because there have been times when this has stuck to the bottom of the pan)

In the meantime, grate swiss cheese, if needed. I dont currently have a cheese grater, so I dug out my handy dandy magic bullet. This thing works wonders. I started with this:

Then threw it into the bullet... (hello acorn squash in the background - i need to use you soon!)

Then I magically had this:

Spoon into a lightly greased (sprayed with PAM) 9x13 glass baking dish; sprinkle with cheeses.

Bake at 350° for 45 minutes or until bubbly and golden brown. (I bet mine when an extra 10 mins to get it nice and brown on top! Let stand 15 minutes before serving.

ahhh...i want to dig into this sooo badly, but I have to wait...potluck with friends tonight!



New Kicks! (and a brief vent)

I just need to vent for a second about traffic. It is horrible. Absolutely ridiculous. It took me 1 hr 40 mins to get down to the Rockville office this morning and over 2 hours to get home. (thank goodness I only go here every now and then) That is 3 hrs and 40 mins in my car, in traffic.

And for all those with EZPass out there - doesnt it kill you when people STOP in the ezpass lane?? It kills me - literally makes me boil inside. There is a reason why they invested in the whole EZPass thing, so people could go through quicker and easier and NOT HAVE TO WAIT! People that stop in the EZPass lane do not deserve EZPass - they should just wait in the long line since they are going to stop anyway. Seriously! Needless to say - I was not a happy camper when i got home and was in desperate need of a good run.

The highlight of my day was picking up my new running shoes (same ones I always get) and finding out they were on VIP secret sale. The secret sale is out on a sign for all to see. Not that secret if you ask me. But anyway, I will take it because I got these shoes for $69.99 and they are usually $90! Here are my Nike Structure Triax 11.I was only able to get in a 42 min run, but it felt great and the new shoes made such a difference. Looking forward to the heartwalk tomorrow and my 16 miler on sunday to break them in even more!

Dinner tonight with Kevin, his younger sister and mom was awesome. I was shy about taking pictures in front of them, so I didnt snap any, but I will make sure to take lots tomorrow at the heart walk and of some good eats! I am cooking tomorrow afternoon!

Hope everyone has a great friday night and thanks for letting me vent. I was feeling feisty at the beginning of this and now I feel better! :)



Dinner (10.23.2008)

Well, I went for my run tonight! I had about 30 mins to spare before everyone got here, so Oscar and I went for a run around the park and some extra blocks - about 2.5 miles. At least I got something in - it felt great. But, it was very clear that I need new shoes - my shins start hurting whenever i need new shoes. I have put this off for over a week now. I am going to have to pick them up tomorrow - no more time to spare! (Harrisburg Marathon is less than 3 weeks away!)

After lots of playing on the playground in the park with Justin and Jenna, dinner tonight was courtesy of Matthew's Pizza! The pizza from Matthew's has won all sorts of awards around Baltimore and been around forever. The large pizza is the size of a paper plate, so more of a personal size pizza. The ingredients are extremely fresh and it is a very unique style: thicker, but light at the same time - not like a greasy pan pizza, but definitely not thin. Sorry if that doesn't make any sense. Overall, I am more of a thin, NY-style pizza lover, but this tasted great tonight.
Here is a shot of the mushroom pizza. I ate 4 slices of this, so half a plate, and it tasted sooo good. :) The office is on commercial right now, so I have to get back. Love this show! Hope everyone has a great night!


Breakfast and a Guilty Conscience (10.23.2008)

I didnt get up this morning and run. I feel really guilty about that, but it was so hard when my bed was so warm and it was so cold and dark outside. So that is 2 days of no running - ack! My next attempt is going to be to sneak out of work early today, so I can get a 30 min run in before my family comes over to see the kitten, play in the park, and have Matthew's pizza.

Here is my workout plan for the rest of the week:

Thursday PM - 30 mins (cross your fingers for me)
Friday - 5 miler/50 min run
Saturday - 3mile Heart Walk
Sunday - 16 mile training run on the NCR trail

Regarding the Baltimore Heart Walk, I did not get myself organized in time to create a website to help raise money, so I am going to donate to Kevin's sister since she was on the ball with that. We all did this same walk last year and had a lot of fun despite the rainy weather. Oscar is coming along this year because I was happy to read that dogs are allowed!

Should be a fun/busy weekend. Friday night, we are having dinner with Kevin's family in Little Italy and then going to see The Express movie. I am so excited to see this movie! Saturday is the walk and then a potluck dinner/drinks party with my high school friends. I will be the designated driver for Saturday night since my run is on sunday! Sunday is the run and then celebrating Kevin's sister's birthday! Lots of stuff going on!

Breakfast this morning was a good one. Toasted Potato bread, almond butter, sliced apples, and a drizzle of honey. YUM.
Hope everyone has a great day!



LUCY is a...

...GIRL. Yippee. Lucy IS a GIRL. whew. I had already gotten used to calling her "little girlie" and "little lucy", so that was going to be hard to break!

Tonight's vet appt went SO well. I love my vet office. (Eastern Animal Hospital for those of you in Baltimore - they bake cookies/treats for the owners! :)) We got the "kitten package", so she is all up to date with everything and all the tests for any of the bad stuff came back NEGATIVE.

I was nervous about how she would be in the appointment. Her poor little body was shaking because she was scared to death when the tech took her out of the carrier. But she was so sweet and proved that she doesnt have a mean bone in her body. She didnt try to run away and was really calm. I think we bonded because I held her for the first time after they drew blood and she kept trying to burrow into my armpit and in my jacket. I loved every second of it.

So here we are, three days after bringing her home and we are making huge strides. Check it out - she started purring for the first time and kneading my neck!Lucy doesnt like the bright light flash...
So she decided to go into hiding...And here is my boy Oscar, who wouldnt leave my side as I was sitting in the chair upstairs with Lucy. (aww) He even had the courage to get an up close smell of her with alot of my encouragement. And he didnt get whacked in the face, so I think they will be buds afterall.Ok, back to food/workouts, that's what this is supposed to be about, right?! The workout didnt happen tonight. Ughh - but my appt was at 5:30pm, so after rushing home from work to make the appt - we didnt get out until 7pm and I was starving. My goal is to get up and do a 30 min run with Oscar in the morning - I have to do it!!!

Kevin made a great dinner of baked, coconut crusted tilapia, baked sweet potatoes, and cauliflower mash. Everything was sooo good. After he mashed up the cauliflower, he baked it with some paprika and it tasted delish. I put a little light, whipped butter and cinnamon on my sweet potato and it was just like dessert!I was feeling the urge to make a pudding pie, so I smashed up some graham crackers with my cute little jar...... mixed them with a tablespoon of the melted, light, whipped butter and then pressed it down in a pie plate.I used the sugar-free, fat free chocolate pudding and mixed it with skim milk. Then i poured it over my "crust" and stuck it in the fridge. Unfortunately, parts of my crust rose to the top and turned into graham cracker chunks in the pudding, but it still tasted amazing!Hope everyone has a good night - I am off to cuddle with my kitten!! :)


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