|Open! Strong alcohol smell.|
|Straining with a verrry old linen kitchen towel. I squeezed as much of the liquid out as I could, then threw the towel and mess away.|
|I was left with a thick milky liquor. I strained it through coffee filters to get rid of the milk solids. This is the first pass.|
|I went through at least 10 coffee filters straining it the first time. This is the second strain - only used three this time.|
Would I do this again? Probably not. There are plenty of liquors out there that don't require almost two weeks of time and a half day's effort to get to a drinkable state. Though this could be a good project for my drunk kitchen. I'd love to see what she would do with this, she's so cute :-)
I've been a little busy playing with the boys on their day off yesterday, and helping judge the school spelling bee, but I was still able to whip up these tasty peanut butter cheerio snacks. I found them at the Kathie cooks blog.
|Kathie's pictures are way nicer than this, but I'm keeping it real.|
My only real project lately was cleaning the house and scrubbing toilets, and no one wants to read about that. But I'd love to hear about your fun and exciting crafty projects. Drop me a line!
Homework time (what IS a rhombus?),