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2011-10-19

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< * I've been cooking in the evenings rather than sitting down and meditating, though for the second day in a row I was up until past 11:00 because of cooking. (And yet, I still woke up before my alarm went off at 5:00 AM.) This time it was a pumpkin spice gingerbread (recipe here: [http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/pumpkin-gingerbread/detail.aspx]), inspired by a gingerbread my co-worker had taken into the office on Monday. This recipe produced a ''lot'' of cake-like bread -- so much so, it was too big for the 10-inch cast iron skillet I'd originally planned to use. I had to transfer the batter into the Griswold 11.5-inch skillet instead. It rose in the shape of an orange UFO, but came out well. I then found out my plastic cake carrying containers are missing or misplaced (more likely); so I've had to take the bread in to work in the Griswold skillet, covered with its iron lid. Needless to say, I'm keeping a close eye on it, and taking it home tonight whether or not there is any bread left over.

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> * I've been cooking in the evenings rather than sitting down and meditating, though for the second day in a row I was up until past 11:00 PM because of cooking. (And yet, I still woke up before my alarm went off at 5:00 AM.) This time it was a pumpkin spice gingerbread (recipe here: [http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/pumpkin-gingerbread/detail.aspx]), inspired by a gingerbread my co-worker had taken into the office on Monday. This recipe produced a ''lot'' of cake-like bread -- so much so, it was too big for the 10-inch cast iron skillet I'd originally planned to use. I had to transfer the batter into the Griswold 11.5-inch skillet instead. It rose in the shape of an orange UFO, but came out well. I then found out my plastic cake carrying containers are missing or misplaced (more likely); so I've had to take the bread in to work in the Griswold skillet, covered with its iron lid. Needless to say, I'm keeping a close eye on it, and taking it home tonight whether or not there is any bread left over.