Today Charlotte took the dish towel hanging from the oven door and started washing the kitchen floor. “It’s dirty,” she said, scrubbing vigorously. I was about to scold her for making me get out a new dish towel, but I stopped myself when I took a look at my kitchen floor and realized that she had a really good point. And now I have to accept the fact that even my 2-year-old thinks I should maybe make a bigger effort in the house work department.
This incident occurred right after she decided to “help me cook” while I was out of the room by getting a spatula out of the dirty dishwasher and stirring the contents of my stand mixer. Fabulous. I guess she still has some hygiene to learn. Fortunately her idea of stirring is more like flicking bits of the top layer onto the counter and walls, so there wasn’t too much damage done. I’m sure this admission makes you just want to hop right over for dinner at my place, right?
Say hello to this dreamy character. I call him Brown Shuga. (Yes I personify my food, you don’t?) Just kidding. This here is four-ingredient bliss. What’s not to like about adding butter to your ice cream? My mom told me the other day that when she was little she used to add straight up brown sugar to her ice cream, and that now she thinks that’s kind of ridiculous, adding sugar to ice cream. I said heck no, what do you think chocolate syrup is made of, hello?? Well this one not only has brown sugar, but also butter, and then toppings. Bring it on. I love this dessert because instead of getting little tiny bits of the mix-in (chocolate chips, nuts, fudge swirl, I’m just talking regular ice cream from the store) you get 2 entire layers of crunchy goodness, instead of a chunk here or there. De-lish.
Source: Chef in Training