rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


What's really good is day old drop biscuits made using the recipe on the Bis-quick box, especially if they were almost burned so the bottoms are all carbony goodness (they must be baked on a non-stick baking sheet, or they do actually burn instead of properly darkening.) Of course they're good fresh, too, but I like them better the next day (I keep them dry and uncovered in a breadbox to prevent sogginess.) I don't know why I like grain products to be well done-- well, that's not true of noodles-- noodles must be al dente-- but anything like bread or waffles or biscuits or pancakes will not please me unless it is very dark. Even toast I prefer if it has to have a bit of black scraped off of it first.

All this is to say that the rain continues, and it didn't get foggy tonight, so as compensation for not getting to go for a walk in the fog I'm eating the last of the biscuits left from Sunday night's dinner. I've put nothing on them, because that would ruin the pure biscuit experience. Some tea to go with them would be nice, but I'm about to go to sleep and don't want either to be kept awake, or to drink tea without caffeine in it. If the rain ends before afternoon, and there's fog, I'll probably miss seeing it. Then I'll have no more biscuits with which to assuage my disappointment, so I'll have to settle for just the tea. Then I'll cheer myself up with a good laugh at these pictures of the sexiest man alive. But I'd rather have fog.

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