Tuesday, November 13, 2007

The difference in a T

The letter "t" is very important, did you know that?

Punctuation and the letter "t" is even more crucial.

Especially when baking.

There is a big difference between t and T.

Now I must quadruple the batch if the muffins are to taste like muffins.

Right now they taste like baking soda.

8 comments:

Spanish Morning said...

Because I'm me...

Grammar Correction: "Punctuation and the letter 't" is even more crucial" SHOULD read "Capitalization of the letter 't" is even more crucial." ;-)

And, girlfriend, make sure you also pay attention to whether you are to use baking SODA or baking POWDER. Making a baking POWDER biscuit recipe with baking SODA produces very flat, dense, baking-soda-tasting discs. Blech!

::puppy dog eyes:: Can I have some muffins, please?

Kathie said...

Leave it to your Home Ec friend :D

Jaclyn said...

Capitalization is a form of punctuation, thank you very much. I didn't want to give awy my mistake TOO soon! I have done the baking powder instead of baking soda thing too... but the baking soda is a little more salvagable!

I just quadrupled the batch... and now we will have about, um, 200 muffins by the time we are done.

I'll eat one for you!

Spanish Morning said...

Well, maybe they teach homeschoolers that captialization is a form of punctuation. Can't fault you for that. >;-D

Ann Marie said...

You make me smile :) Did you find milk?

Galant said...

"What's in a name? A muffin made with a tablespoon of baking soda would taste..." - nope. Apparently Mr. Shakespeare didn't have recipes in mind when he made such a proclamation. Or perhaps Juliet simply wasn't accustomed to baking.

Makes you wonder about Romeo's choice if things had worked out differently.

Hi everyone!

God's blessings to you all!

G.

Anonymous said...

200 Muffins? Thats what I call loosing the battle but winning the war! A delicious war at that.

Galant said...

Just saw this on a web page, thought you might like to pray.

http://www.mnnonline.org/article/10669

Oh, and Jacyln, you wouldn't know if OMF publish a newsletter in Europe would you?

Thanks.