- Jan 18, 2014
I love your what's cooking posts because I like to try to figure out what all the assorted stuff on your cooking area and table is, and I'm not talking about the food.
Yeah, that shot was a bit scarce on the peripherals. I esp. like it when you include contents for future meals and medical bottles and stuff like that because it sparks the imagination as to what you're REALLY up to. Scatman's Secret Life.Well, in the above shot, you can see a mouse pad that I use when I am teleworking. I go into the office Monday through Wednesday and telework Thursdays and Fridays usually. Also, there is a camera case that holds my Canon Powershot SX720 HS that I used to take the picture of the salmon. A pretty meager existence here at the Scat household.
Yeah, that shot was a bit scarce on the peripherals. I esp. like it when you include contents for future meals and medical bottles and stuff like that because it sparks the imagination as to what you're REALLY up to. Scatman's Secret Life.
- A tuxedo cat aficionado (Felix)
- A household that has no fear of looking into the gullet of a wild grizz
- Someone who puts important things on the SIDE of the fridge (out of sight, out of mind?)
- A possible Luddite
- Time kept by the laws of the jungle, and it's HIGH NOON and almost too late
- A cryptic placemat with a mysterious bowl on it - or maybe it's the floor mat of a VW Bug with an urn containing the remains of the last person the grizz ate
- Various mysterious and probably nefarious round items in the background, possibly luring one into some kind of trap
I dunno, there are many other hidden secrets there that I probably shouldn't talk about on a forum...
ETA: Keep in mind I have a 13-inch laptop so my screen's kind of small. There's probably even more.
The cookie itself has the same nutritional value as corn, since it's yellow. The frosting, being white, is the same as mushrooms, and fruit is fruit, you'll have to look each one up, but it's almost nothing calorie-wise for fruit. The peanuts really throw things off at 0 nutritional value and 5,000 calories per/peanut, but bears need lots of calories, so that's a good thing. So all in all, a little nutrition with lots of calories, kind of like junk food, which bears love, especially national park bears. (Just don't eat the whole darn thing at once. Source: Tums)
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