Monday, January 2, 2012

Back to the salt mines brownies

Before I get into the brownies, I want to thank Barbara (Sparrow Avenue) from Toronto for my wonderful moose pillow which was featured in my last post.
This is my last day of freedom and at this point there is not much left of my day. But I did manage to enjoy my Monday with a little shopping (yes, quilting fabric and clothes).
Finished reading a great book by Sharon Shinn called Archangel. This one was recommended to me by both of my daughters and when I got to the last page I did not want it to end.
Did not have to make dinner because as I have said before it is my last day of freedom before I go back to the salt mines tomorrow so my heartfelt thanks to Mr. Cowboy for the spaghettini and meatballs.
This recipe for Pumpkin-Swirl Brownies has been on my list for over a year. No cans were used in the making of these delectable treats; the pumpkin came from the farmer's market. Also made a baby brownie with my heart-shaped pan; makes a great gift for 'someone'.

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