|I left the house today! And I wore makeup. That strange shadow on my chin is from my rearview mirror, my chin has not turned purple (There's another pic that shows the entire shadow across my face, my first thought was my necklace)|
Today started out strange. I worked at 4:30 am again, I also managed to get up and make breakfast beforehand again. I also woke up in the middle of one of the most bizarre dreams of all time. I was supposed to go to a dessert social (apparently they were being held all over the country, by my company, maybe?) and when I got there it was deserted (lol) and the only thing left was peach cobbler, but it was that gelatinous yuck that's shaped like pie but called peach cobbler.
But that's not the weirdest part of the dream. No, it gets even more bizarre. Throughout the entire dream I am on a mad hunt for William Shatner, you know, Captain Kirk, to ask him about…. Marriage. Not in a romantic "Oh Bill! Take me, I'm yours!" sort of way. An entirely informational, student-teacher way. I have no idea where this great need for knowledge was coming from, or why my subconscious decided William Shatner has the answers, but my mind has been completely blown by this dream.
The peach cobbler I almost get, my family has a recipe that is absolutely amazing and super yummy (even for people who don't like peach cobbler). But, of course, it's not gluten free. I've been toying with the idea of attempting a gluten free version, but I don't want it to turn out icky the way gluten free baking often does.
Here's the regular recipe, it seems super easy, but lots of people have tried it and failed, luckily, I've never had one come out bad.
Mullins Peach Cobbler
· Two big cans of peaches (not the institutional size, if you're using those just use one)
· 1 Cup Flour
· 1 Cup Sugar
· 1 Egg
· 1 Stick Unsalted Butter
- Sprinkle a little flour into the bottom of your pan (I use 9x13 glass). This will keep your cobbler from turning to mush later.
- Drain peaches and spread them out evenly in your pan.
- In a separate bowl, mix flour and sugar. Then add the egg and mix it well. It will turn into a crumble; you just don't want any big chunks of egg.
- Pour this over the peaches in the pan and level it out.
- Slice up the butter (the thinner the better, whatever you have time and patience for) and cover the surface of the cobbler as much as possible with it.
- Bake for about 30 minutes. Keep an eye out for it; it's not very good if it burns.
- You can eat it warm; my family usually prefers it cold straight out of the refrigerator.