Saturday, June 27, 2009

Bakewell Tarts coming soon to a post near you...

As you read this, we are in the middle of moving the whole circus troupe to Paris, so while I barely managed to make the Bakewell tarts at the very last minute (thanks to a kind soul's oven), I haven't had time to download the pictures and do that whole tra-la-la.
I don't know when we're going to be up and running with internet and everything but hopefully very soon (no one wants to live with me very long if I am sans internet. I went to Stanford people, at the time it was one of the only two fully networked campuses in the US and I remember Mosaic Netscape when it was literally 5 or 6 pages and you could actually get to the "end" of the internet, so I don't take kindly to being sans network for too long - it gives me the shakes...)
So coming soon... and also, heh, I'm going to be giving away some neato cookbooks shortly after we're back up and running, so you might want to sneek a peek from time to time so you don't miss out.
As always, thanks for stopping by to begin with.

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10 comments:

Deeba @Passionate About Baking said...

Good luck with the move, circus & troupe Hilda. waiting to see how well you baked 'em tarts!! xoxox

♥Deeba @Passionate About Baking♥ said...

Come back soooooon Hilda! ♥

Y said...

Oh Hilda, it's a lot on your plate at the moment, but I'm so glad there's still the odd stolen moment for a quick chat and catchup. :)

Wanna B Thin 2 said...

I can't imagine being without the internet. I'm addicted!

Heather said...

No internet is no good! (for Haiti)

Stacy said...

I'm addicted too - but that cracks me up, the concept of getting to the end of the internet!

Kat said...

Oh Stanford and the Silicone Valley.I can imagine that no network would give you the shakes.

Jeanne said...

Can't imaine getting to the end of the internet :)

Sari said...

I know what it's like without Internet! :)

Ted said...

Leaving a comment for Haiti.

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