Blue Ridge Parkway Artist is Glad to be Home and Cultured Bacteria…


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This day got shot out of a rocket!  So much to do, so little time.  I am glad to get back to this blog.  I prefer to publish them in the morning but there was no way that was going to happen.  Time to finish this and then get to other stuff, including some relaxing.

Cheers on a busy Wednesday!

Fairlawn Eve Stage Two   Original Oil  painting NFS

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Life with The Word and Bird Man – Clyde Kessler

As I have mentioned before I have switched to organic food for the most part.  It won’t keep us from dying but I think our chances of getting cancer from pesticides is greatly reduced.  Not afraid to die.  Terrified of cancer treatment.  Anyway, I bought an ice cream and yogurt machine because I can’t find organic frozen yogurt in the store.

There are great selections for organic ice cream but none for frozen yogurt.  Since I make our bread now, I didn’t really want to do this but I thought I would give it a try.  These devices are great but there is still a lot of work involved, especially with the yogurt maker.

The yogurt has to soak for 2-4 hours on a cloth and then ingredients have to be cooked on a stove and frozen over night.  The machine just kind of shakes it around and then, of course, there is clean up. Anyway, most of the ice cream selections are twice the number of calories of what is in the store.

I tried the lowfat strawberry yogurt and am not happy at all.  I guess it has to be eaten right after it is made.  I froze it and now it takes a chisel to get it out of the container.  Yuck!  The fruit is crunchy with ice and I don’t like the taste at all. I have to leave it out for a full hour before it is soft enough to get out of the box.  Can’t heat it up.

Clyde said I should put it on a rack and buy a bunsen burner.

Ha ha.  I think I will take my chances with store bought frozen yogurt , smart alec.

There is a great joke on the internet about cultured bacteria.  The two bacteria are discussing different operas and which one is the best.  Love it!

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Natural Rhythm  40″ x 30″  Oil  Painting $2430

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A Memory  Original 36″ x 26″ Oil Painting   $1892

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 Morning Color Dance  24″ x 18″ Oil Painting  $864


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