1950's housewife

Always use real butter…

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It’s the simple things that make things work. You may notice in my recipes I use real butter – why? Every other year it goes back and forth if it’s bad for you, or if margarine is just as bad. But let’s face it – the flavor and oil/water ratio is what you need to make things work. Now – that is unless you can’t have it. I do sub in soy margarine in some recipes and have had great results.

But remember it’s the details. The little things that make things work.

Today has been a comedy of errors – I’ve been up since 3 am with a sore back. Yup – I’m still up! After two hours of work, my boyfriend came home sick from work, software was revolting, a house we were looking at is now off the market. It was definitely a case of the Mondays! We even ended up having breakfast for dinner (at 9 pm! whoops!)

It seems like the details were getting me down – almost a dead sock day! Those details were in the way.. But it felt like we used the wrong ingredients today – still almost does. It’s almost like I used margarine and the cookies flattened out.. But we keep moving on.

I didn’t nearly get done as much as I had wanted to – or felt like doing that pile of dishes. I didn’t even feel like baking, which I often do when I don’t feel well. Not that I would have had enough butter to make much – I’ve been baking a lot lately!

So tomorrow, I will wake up rested, take up business and pick up some more butter.. and eggs too.. Those extra calories are worth the flavor! And come on – things work out better if you have all the right ingredients :).

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Becky

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Becky is Content Creator in metro-Detroit. She is also an interior designer, a former adjunct professor, a gluten free foodie, and world traveler. Week99er is a lifestyle site featuring real life reviews of the latest in entertainment, technology, travel destinations and even set visits. Her Youtube channel gives in depth reviews and travel videos. Contact her at [email protected]

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