If we were having coffee, April, 8 2016.

Weekend coffee share:

Thanks for stopping by to have coffee. Let me get a cup.

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I got this cup at Yellowstone. I was in the gift shop at the north end of Yellowstone. It was very crowded when I entered the gift shop. I looked all over at the hats and t-shirts and then I saw this coffee cup. I just had to have it. I drink coffee out of it everyday.

Ok …I want to tell you about these neat gloves I got. I hate cutting my fingers when I cut food with a knife. I seem to always cut myself. Then it hurts for a week. I looked on Amazon and found these No cry cut resistant gloves with level 5 protection. (See how I made it look like I was touching the flower…hehe.)

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I ordered them and they sent 2 pair. The reviews say that people try to cut them but they don’t cut. I have not done that but I do wear them when I use a knife now. I also put blue nitrile gloves over them to keep them clean. I have not cut myself while wearing those. I ordered new knives on QVC the other day. They sent these really nice sharp knives with covers on them. I didn’t have on my no cut gloves because I was not cutting food. The cover was hard to slid off the big knife, so I pushed and it slid off and slid across my finger and cut that too. I learned my lesson, put the gloves on, even if sliding off the cover for the knife.

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I decided to buy Basmati rice. It costs more but it tastes really good.

I have been using Jasmine rice. I made it last night. It comes out nice and fluffy and dry. The Jasmine always comes out a little sticky. My son loves rice but said he only wanted a little rice. He ended up eating a whole bowl and went back for more. I make him some teriyaki chicken. I cup up a chicken breast and cook it in a frying pan. I watched the chef at Ichiban cook it and he put soy sauce and butter and garlic on the chicken. I shake on some soy sauce while the chicken is cooking and add a tablespoon of butter and let it melt while the chicken is cooking. I sprinkle on some garlic salt and some pepper. Then I just put a splash of teriyaki sauce. Let it cook until the chicken is done. Get rice in a bowl and then put the hot chicken over the rice. I heat up about 4 tablespoons of teriyaki sauce in the microwave. My son pours it over the chicken and rice. He loves it. He told me that is his favorite food.

I love the Aroma rice cooker. It cooks rice the best. I have tried all kinds of rice cookers. Microwave rice cookers make a mess in your microwave. The stove top method in a pan is OK but it sometimes get to brown on the bottom. The Aroma cooker does it perfect. I put a cup and half of rice in the pot. Wash the rice to get the starch off. Pour in almost 3 cups of water. I put it a little under the 3 cup mark. Close the lid and click on. Wait until it pops over to warm and eat the rice.

We went to eat breakfast today at I-Hop today. I had the pancake and egg and bacon plate. I also had coffee. My husband had the same thing. The bill was $25 for breakfast. I think that is really a high price for breakfast. It is becoming really expensive to eat out at a restaurant. I used to live in Las Vegas and I would get up and go to a little bar with a café and the breakfast for 99 cents. If you wanted biscuits and gravy it was 99 cents too. Now it costs as much for breakfast as for dinner. I think I will stick to eating an egg and toast at home. I like my coffee better too, better than what they make in a restaurant. Also they give you these small coffee cups. They look like they hold 4 or 5 ounces. I saw that coffee cup today and looked, it looked like it had been shrunk down. See the cup at the top that I bought in Yellowstone,  it is like 16 ounces. Plus I like real cream in my coffee, not those tiny little containers of half and half, that is really hard to open to pour in the coffee.

It was nice of you to drop by. I hope I didn’t talk your ear off.

The Weekend Coffee Share is hosted by Part Time Monster.  You can join this week’s Coffee Share on her blog or by clicking on the “Linkup Linky“.

 

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Author: Connie T

I love to make videos, cooking ones and legos ones. I like to draw and paint and make crafts and read blogs. I have a Nikon D80. I also use my Canon small camera a lot, I always have it with me.

18 thoughts on “If we were having coffee, April, 8 2016.”

  1. If we were having coffee I would express amazement that there are actually GLOVES one can wear while cutting. I am always using my thumb as a cutting board and cutting it. Thanks for teaching this old dog some new tricks!

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    1. Me too. I wonder how long they have been around. I have seen them advertised. Look up the name I gave on Amazon. I got the medium size but they come in all sizes. I bought a box of rubber type gloves to put on over them to keep them clean. I hate cuts with knifes. I even cut my knuckles with potato peelers. I wear the gloves when I peel all vegetables.

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  2. I feel $25.00 is high cost for breakfast. We buy a se ior reakfast. N bYI do use the microwave for minute rice. Cook for 5 minutes a cup of rice and same amount of water, lower the power level to eight a d the rice great. We have spent time in Las Vegas and felt their prices were much lower than elsewhere. Been to Yellowstone a number times. Our memories are pictures.

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    1. I have not cut myself with a knife when I wear the gloves and I have cut the vinyl glove I wear over them. Don’t purposely try to cut the glove with a knife because it might cut it. They are not totally cut proof if you do it on purpose.

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      1. On the reviews people cut them with mandolins and them bitch about it on the review. You are supposed to use that thing that comes with the slicer on the vegetable, not directly slice the glove. I once did slice the end of my finger off on one of those things so I would not go near one of those again. I have cut my rubber gloves I wear over the no cut gloves and it did not cut me with the glove on.

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