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I Flunked

Tuesday, November 22, 2011



Did I say pie is my nemesis?

I tried a very thin sliver of the fresh blueberry pie the children made for today's Thanksgiving feast. It was a virtuous pie, really, because we only sprinkled a tiny bit of sugar on the blueberries.

Then...yes, I have to confess, I had to have a sliver of the Dutch apple pie. No sugar added to the apples, just cinnamon. Yummy.

I tried to resist the pumpkin pie. I really did. But I love pumpkin pie. So I had a sliver of that, too.

Then my friend said the chocolate cream pie was the best of them all, so I tried a spoonful of that, without the crust.

Sigh.

At least I had no full servings of pie.

At least I will only make one pie for Thanksgiving dinner and it is not my favorite pie, so I can probably not have any of it.

Your friend,

Little Miss No Will Power Beat By Pies Again

  
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AQUAJANE 11/24/2011 4:49PM

    I'm so impressed, not a whole slice of pie the whole day, IMHO, not trying to be disrespectul, not a failure at all. And if you want, you can even try this noncaloric slice of pumpkin, emoticon

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IUHRYTR 11/24/2011 4:51AM

    At least there is not a pie festival every month, right? But you did have to do a taste test to ensure the pies were good enough to serve others. emoticon -- Lou

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JABULONESTAR 11/24/2011 1:44AM

    Well I too must chime in and say that you did an awesome job of only taking a sliver of each :) This is not a flunking grade at all. You are being completely accountable and you do not do this every day! So smile and enjoy your success of not eating much much more! Stella will enjoy burning the calories off with you :)

Happy Thanksgiving!!!

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KRITTERKEEPERS 11/23/2011 1:51PM

    Don't feel bad! I would have done the same thing. I prefer pie to any other dessert! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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OLDERDANDRT 11/23/2011 1:18PM

    Dear Little Miss No Will Power Beat By Pies Again,
No worries!!! Chillax!! As long as you are having slivers and ever so occasionally (as you do), No sweat!! Enjoy the fruits of your labor! You deserve it!!
Have a fantastic Thanksgiving, my dear!!! (And to the whole of your family...........esp, the critters!)

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MARY1313 11/23/2011 9:54AM

    Hey I think you did great!! and you probably walked off most of that with all your steps!

Mary

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MCGS62 11/23/2011 9:13AM

    I think ya done good!! you are allowed to sample your own handy work and take some delicious pride.
It may actually rev your metabolism for a short period of time
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SAX_88 11/23/2011 6:16AM

    Personally, i think it's a little healthier to sample our induligences periodically, than to AVOID them completely. What a horrible little world THAT would be! I APPLAUD YOU FOR YOUR SELF-CONTROL, AND AWARENESS. lol Now, you are encouraged to watch the things YOU say to YOURSELF... I am of the mindset that no one's opinion of you should carry more weight than your own opinion. BUT, im MY maybe meaningless opinion (lol), you didn't fail....you prevailed. You had fun; the children were royally thrilled; and no one was harmed! lol. I admire your spirit, and I believe in you. Keep charging, and you will achieve your goals, dear friend. SparkCheers!

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JLITT62 11/23/2011 5:41AM

    I wouldn't call that failure . . . I'd call that mindful indulgence. Sometimes we need that!

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TISHTOES 11/23/2011 1:37AM

    Such a SWEET failure.... ah, sigh.... on to another day....
at least you had slivers instead of full slices. Hopefully you got it out of your system (the splurge) before Thanksgiving. Good planning with making a pie you don't like. You knew you were going to do that so you probably overcompensated.

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ARLENE_MOVES 11/22/2011 11:56PM

    You done good!!!

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MEWHENRYSMAMA 11/22/2011 9:21PM

    I sing your praises for only having such dainty slivers of those beautiful pies!
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SM-ARTGIRL 11/22/2011 8:10PM

    I echo the voices of those who commend your thoughtful, no gorging approach!
Imagine not trying the children's oh so healthy pies?
You are a pillar of virtue, really & practicing moderation- very French to have a tiny sample of all.

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VALERIEMAHA 11/22/2011 8:09PM

    I'm with HIS_BLONDIE ALL THE WAY, Chris! You did exceptionally well. B+ for sure! OMG! I have a definite weakness for pies and all of them sound scrumptuous! But I'll never forget the tart you brought me to my camper when we first met!!!
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P.S. Have you per chance had a *hot* minute to mail the Rumi?

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WATERMELLEN 11/22/2011 8:03PM

    The alternative was big wedges of all of them . . . . yeah!! So: you pass with flying colours!

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PUDLECRAZY 11/22/2011 7:54PM

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Hee hee! My dunce hat!

I did get in 6720 steps in before the luncheon feast, and another 1000 during clean-up. Almost reached 10,000 by the day's end.

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WYO_CASEY 11/22/2011 7:53PM

    Those look AMAZING! I'm not much of a dessert person, but I think I wouldn't of been able to resist!

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CHALLENGER15 11/22/2011 7:52PM

    No, no, no, this is NOT an F!

It is at least a B+ because you saved yourself from craving something and eating a HUGE amount!


[or at least that's the way it works for me...if I really want something, I do just a small amount and it really does keep me from gorging later!]

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DOR2BFIT 11/22/2011 7:52PM

    lol! emoticon

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0309COOKIE 11/22/2011 7:41PM

    I'm glad you tasted the pies. Somebody had to perform the quality control function, right?

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BADASSBLONDIE 11/22/2011 7:20PM

    I'm gonna be honest here - tiny slivers of homemade oh-so-good pies? Sounds like a mastery of will power to me. *hugs* This is about progress, not perfection. And it's not like we should have been expecting 0 pie (since that would SCREAM deprivation and be problematic later). Really, truly, honestly, 100% faithfully, I think you did very well and I am EXTREMELY proud.

xoxo

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Steak and Blue Review and Miscellaneous Life Events

Monday, November 21, 2011

I have been having fun trying out recipes in my new Spark Cookbook. I made a Busy Day dinner tonight after a long day at school, using Chef Meg's Steak and Blue Sandwich, pg. 135.

I used Arnold's Whole Wheat Sandwich Thins for the bread and served the sandwiches with sides of steamed green beans and raw carrots. With the sides and the onions & romaine lettuce in the sandwich, I think it came out to 2 1/2 - 3 servings of veggies.

This is the sandwich without its 'lid':



And with:



We both liked the sandwiches. They were tasty, although not outstanding in the way the Green Chicken Curry and the Grilled Pork Chops with Apple Chutney were. The blue cheese added a pleasant zing to the sandwich.

I am thinking that on a day when I have overdone the carbs, it would be a good salad without the bun - just serve the sandwich ingredients on a large bed of lettuce.

I spent the morning baking pies with my class our Thanksgiving Feast tomorrow. Every year, the children in the school prepare a Thanksgiving feast for their parents (and grandparents if they are in town). The nursery makes cranberry sauce and cranberry relish, the kindergarten stuffs and bakes a turkey, the 1st - 3rd grade makes mashed potatoes, and my group bakes pies. Parents bring additional sides, potluck style.

So this morning we made pie crusts from scratch, two chocolate cream pies, two pumpkin pies, one lattice top blueberry pie, and a deep dish Dutch apple pie. They are good cooks and had a great time making gorgeous pies, and by the time the morning was over, I had already walked 6000 steps - approximately two miles, I think.

Pies are my nemesis, so I will have to be careful tomorrow about tasting the wares. I LOVE pies; they might be my favorite food group, LOL! I can do without the chocolate pies, it is the fruit pies and the pumpkin pies that tempt me. Honestly, I think it is pies that make me gain unwanted weight at the holidays, so I am resolved to use more self control this Thanksgiving, including tomorrow at the school feast.

After lunch, we all went for our Monday hike and enjoyed a gray, drizzly afternoon outside hiking and playing naturalist games. I like getting out in the weather, no matter what it is, and it felt great to be out and moving after being down with the flu for so long. I still have a cough and wear out too soon, but it is no longer a racking cough, and I no longer get worn out just walking to the kitchen for a cup of tea. Progress!

At this moment, I have logged 12,980 steps, and the evening is not yet over. It feels good to see numbers next to my fitness minutes instead of that big Zero. Yes, I do believe I am on my way back.

  
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MCGS62 11/22/2011 1:48PM

    Pies are not exempt on thanksgiving!!

as long as they are not the base of your food pyramid a small snack wont hurt

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MARY1313 11/22/2011 11:19AM

    I'm ignoring the pies this Thanksgiving too!

Great blog!

Mary

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OLDERDANDRT 11/22/2011 10:45AM

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CORINNEMOMMY 11/22/2011 7:32AM

    LOVE THE PICTURES! Looks like great food! We are bringing carrots to my in-laws house and drinks for my parents house on Thanksgiving---maybe sparkling cider!

Going to make pumpkin pie tomorrow:-) I love making homemade crust and that is what me and the kiddos are doing tomorrow. We made fudge yesterday and homemade bread for my son's kindergarten thanksgiving feast:-)

I love cooking!!!

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KASEYCOFF 11/22/2011 6:01AM

    I hear you re the pies - I'd rather have a good pie than cake or cookies any day--!
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JLITT62 11/22/2011 5:42AM

    Little things lime cookies are usually my nemesis. And ANYTHING chocolate.

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FIFIFRIZZLE 11/22/2011 12:17AM

    Pudle I do admire the way you never stop. You are an inspiration to me.
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I have looked at some of the recipes on SP and I use them as a memory jogger, or to start me off. But i don't want to buy the cookbook, because I have to convert the measures, which is clunky. And often I find foodstuff that are not at all familiar are mentioned, like egg substitutes or whatever, that are completely beyond my ken.

You make sure you relax, now, won't you?

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TRULYVISIBLE 11/22/2011 12:11AM

  The sandwich looks delicious to me. I also can skip the chocolate and go straight to the fruit pies with the delicious buttery pie crust. So wonderful how the grades at your school cook different things. I really think public school can learn so much from your school. I would be interesting to know how the lives turn out of the kids that went to this type of school. Were they interviewed at 30? Was making a lot of money important to them or just doing something that interested them to put food on the table. O.K., I was a psych major in college and obviously have this kind of mind naturally. It just interest me. I think your school is so AWESOME!

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MEWHENRYSMAMA 11/21/2011 10:26PM

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I love pie, ESP pumpkin. Havevyou tried some of the crustless recipes?
Thanks for the fab photos

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MEWHENRYSMAMA 11/21/2011 10:26PM

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I love pie, ESP pumpkin. Havevyou tried some of the crustless recipes?
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IUHRYTR 11/21/2011 10:02PM

    Pie is an absolute taste treat. id you see the Movie "Michael" with John Travolta as the angel? he and others, including Ande McDowell were in bar/diner and he had her sing her song about pie. They ordered one of every kind and tasted them all. What an epicurean delight that must have been. Drool. -- Lou

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BADASSBLONDIE 11/21/2011 7:58PM

    Glad to hear you're getting better!!! I can't wait to try out more SP cookbook recipes and every time I see you posting about one I want it! I'm glad to hear you're feeling better and I KNOW that you can conquer those pies. What about over the holidays making mini pies? Then you can have a variety with fewer leftovers?

xoxo

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0309COOKIE 11/21/2011 7:40PM

    Glad to hear you are feeling better.



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ANYVAR54 11/21/2011 7:18PM

    Great pictures, and I am glad you are enjoying your cookbook. I need to figure out how I want to do mine, I did make a soup and the roast beef, which came out kind of dry, but I didn't have the right size roast. Thanks you again.

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Spark Cookbook Recipe Blog With Pics

Sunday, November 20, 2011

This evening I prepared the Grilled Pork Chops with Apple Chutney, pg. 210 of the Spark Cookbook. My sons are home and I wanted to prepare something tasty, festive, and a little hearty for this gray rainy day.

The only thing I did that was not as the recipe was written was I put in red chili pepper powder instead of allspice because we all like spicy foods. I only added a tiny pinch, just enough to give it a little extra zip.




I garnished the pork chops with the chutney and served the rest as a relish.



I made a side dish of baby Yukon Gold potatoes with parsley and a tiny bit of butter for Mike and my sons. Brown rice for me since I'm allergic to potatoes.



Another veggie side was a cucumber salad made with cucumbers and thinly sliced onions, with vinegar, olive oil, salt, and a little parsley.



Plus a side of green cauliflower. It was too steamy to get a good photo of it.



It made a delicious and festive meal. Everyone loved it. Two thumbs up!




  
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OLDERDANDRT 11/21/2011 5:13PM

    emoticonYummy!

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ANYVAR54 11/21/2011 5:11PM

    Your entire meal sounds really yummy. Thanks for the update and review and pictures.

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CMFARRELL36 11/21/2011 4:08PM

    Thanks for sharing this review.
I love the sound of the recipe to start with - it sounds like something we'd eat!
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MCGS62 11/21/2011 2:07PM

    I agree with SUNRIZING !!!!!!


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RNCMOM4 11/21/2011 1:09PM

    Thanks for sharing this, looks like this recipe is worth trying!

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MACMOM57 11/21/2011 7:12AM

    Yummy thanks for sharing. I would love to get the cook book but not sure my DH would enjoy it.

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SUNRIZING 11/20/2011 11:27PM

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HICKOK-HALEY 11/20/2011 7:23PM

    Everything looks so good. I'm glad your Son's are home. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving! emoticon

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MARY1313 11/20/2011 7:15PM

    Wow, you are making me want to get the book!

I've never seen cauliflower before!

Mary

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BADASSBLONDIE 11/20/2011 7:06PM

    Woo hoo!!!

Tried the baked chicken tenders last night and LOVED it. Used blue cheese dressing rather than teh spicy yogurt sauce, and nom nom nom.

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CHALLENGER15 11/20/2011 6:58PM

    It looks delish!

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WATERMELLEN 11/20/2011 6:56PM

    Looks gorgeous: those guys are very very lucky to have you cooking for them!! (Hope they cleaned up . . . )

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Music Blog For The 3rd Week of November

Saturday, November 19, 2011

"There's nothing remarkable about it. All one has to do is hit the right keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself."
-- Johann Sebastian Bach



Dear Johann.

My instrument is trying hard to train me as a musician.

Love,
Chris

  
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OLDERDANDRT 11/21/2011 5:12PM

    emoticonWhat a beautiful instrument! You are soooo cool! You make music in so many different ways!!

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DDOORN 11/21/2011 2:25PM

    What an amazing piece of art you own...! And can create amazing audio "art" as well on it, I'm sure!

Johann, would that we all could be so readily responsive to our instruments...! :-)

Don

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MCGS62 11/21/2011 2:03PM

    Beautiful instrument!!
it looks to be hand made and definitely hand painted.

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GOLIGHTLY344 11/20/2011 1:24PM

    Thanks for the pictures. What a treasure.

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TRULYVISIBLE 11/20/2011 10:27AM

  The up close picture you added from my last comment is simply stunning. What an amazing gifted artist your Father was. I would have glass around this and a 200 pound security dog 24/7 guarding it. What a gift to be given. I mean that in the sense that the love he had for you. Every minute he worked on this he thought of you and the love he had for you. You are a very special woman and I am sure how you are as a teacher (amazing and so creative) has a lot to do with your Father.

I just goggled what is the difference in sound from piano to a harpsichords as I did not really know. It was an interesting read. Leaned something new because of your blog and knowledge is always a good thing.

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JPONCIN 11/20/2011 6:04AM

    Wow, this is beautiful! And the fact that your dad built it for you makes it even more special. Thanks so much for sharing it with us! :)

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IUHRYTR 11/20/2011 5:34AM

    A wonderful, creative, inspired, thoughtful gift. -- Lou

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TISHTOES 11/20/2011 1:27AM

    Wow, love it! In college I took a recorder class. For final we went to the instructor's home and she had built a harpsichord. I thought it was the coolest thing ever and vowed to build one myself one day...... sigh.... didn't happen.

Glad you have one and thanks for sharing. Especially the quotes, including your own.

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PUDLECRAZY 11/19/2011 9:23PM

    This is actually my harpsichord, and yes, there is a story behind it.

I studied piano as a child, but loved baroque instruments. When we went to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, I always went straight to the rooms with the baroque instruments. I was especially in love with the harpsichords.

My father built this harpsichord for me for my 16th birthday. The art around the outside of the harpsichord is all his own, and the work on the inside is a replica of a detail from a painting by French artist, Jean-Antoine Watteau. It is a true gift of love.



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WATERMELLEN 11/19/2011 9:20PM

    Bach had a great sense of humour, obviously.

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TRULYVISIBLE 11/19/2011 8:51PM

  This piano looks breathtaking. Would love to see some close up pictures of the painting. Is there a story with this piano? I played piano very well as a child but never learned how to read notes well so can't play today. Piano is my favorite type of music today and I can listen to someone play classical for hours on end.

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JPONCIN 11/19/2011 8:40PM

    Is this your piano? It is beautiful!!!! :)

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Awesome!

Friday, November 18, 2011

I left work at noon on Wednesday because teaching on Monday and Tuesday wasn't the best choice for Flu Lady after all. The science teacher was able to take my class for the afternoon on Wednesday and I had a sub for Thursday. I REALLY needed that time at home; my fever had spiked again and my cough is wearing me down. I should have stayed home today, but I needed to be at school for Pajama Day in my class, and Project Afternoon for the whole school. I was responsible for a project in my room, with all of the children in the school rotating into my room (and the other classrooms) for their projects. I didn't feel comfortable leaving a substitute teacher with those responsibilities. so I got dressed and hauled myself to work again today, knowing I have the weekend to catch up on recuperating.

Here's what is so awesome....


On Wednesday afternoon the children and the the woman who was going to substitute for me on Thursday decided to cook chicken soup for me to help me heal up. The children brought in fresh veggies to add to the soup, and the sub brought in chicken and chicken broth. Part of their activities yesterday was cooking up a large crock pot of chicken soup. It even had brown rice in it instead of white rice. We shared the soup today at snack time and I also had some for lunch.




They know I am allergic to nightshades, so not one nightshade in it. They used sweet potatoes instead of potatoes.


It was really delicious and the children were so pleased to be able to do something to help me feel better.

My project for the afternoon was making sushi (Nori wraps, actually. We didn't include fish) and having a sushi and tea party during their rotations with me. I needed an activity that everyone from Nursery age to 6th grade could do successfully. The children loved their sushi and came back for seconds and thirds.




These were very simple sushi rolls with nori, sticky rice, carrots, and soy sauce, mixed and matched to personal preferences.



Yes, everyone washed his or her hands first and no, I didn't touch any of the food or utensils.

Yes, I really DO teach math, grammar, social studies, reading, writing, etc. It's just that they are a little less interesting in the telling.

Now for my down time. I am taking a nap!

  
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IUHRYTR 11/20/2011 5:36AM

    Wishing you continued recovery. Isn't it gratifying to have such thoughtful students and the substitute? -- Lou

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JPONCIN 11/19/2011 8:44PM

    How cool that you are making sushi in school with your kids! You are a genius! That's why they cared enough to make you chicken soup...because you are fun and you care. Nice job. :)

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FIFIFRIZZLE 11/19/2011 2:01PM

    You do a wonderful job of teaching those children to be so caring.

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OLDERDANDRT 11/19/2011 1:14PM

    Sweetie, you never cease to amaze me!!! And thanks for the idea for something maybe Gracie and I can make together sometime! A great beginner cooking experience! Sushi! Who knew? Now you have just GOT to take care of yourself! Take lots of naps, drink your water and some green tea ( if you drink that) and get that virus gone!!! Be well, my friend! (Hug the critters for me!) emoticon emoticon

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TRULYVISIBLE 11/18/2011 10:16PM

  You are the most AWESOME teacher ever! Teaching them how to make sushi. I had to take a class as an adult to learn that art. A healthy snack and they can make it for their families.

I am glad they appreciate you and made you chicken soup. Now rest and knock that virus out of you.

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WATERMELLEN 11/18/2011 6:01PM

    What a lovely group of children!! Hope that it helped!! And: those nori rolls look terrific: love that they are "customized"!!

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MARY1313 11/18/2011 5:33PM

    Awwww how sweet of them to care about their teacher! I know they do love you! Glad you are going to take it easy this weekend though.

Mary

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KASEYCOFF 11/18/2011 5:16PM

    Oh, love it - it looks delicious! Next time I'm putting sweet potatoes in mine - I usually omit potatoes anyway, but adding some SPs sounds wonderful. Nothing beats a bowl of chicken-corn soup, as the PA Dutch would have it, lol...
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HIKETOHEIGHTS 11/18/2011 5:02PM

    making me hungry!

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BADASSBLONDIE 11/18/2011 5:00PM

    How sweet of the children and what a clever idea!!! And nom nom nom sushi nommmm!!!!

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0309COOKIE 11/18/2011 4:13PM

    Oh, that was so sweet of them to make chicken soup for you! Bet you enjoyed it!

Sorry you are still feeling ill. Hopefully you will get to feeling better with some rest over the weekend. I hope so!

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MCGS62 11/18/2011 3:52PM

    Rest up!!
no in that yins is a grammer teachers makin me a wunder
how yins can still be friends wif me.


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ADJQUILTER 11/18/2011 3:43PM

    That must have been magical chicken soup, since it was made with so much love. Feel better soon. You mean a lot to many people.

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