I think I did something wrong with them, though, because they turned out more like bagels in taste and texture. It was odd. I didn't boil them, either, tho I did coat them pretty well in oil/ salt/ herb/ onion stuff. Maybe the oil made them change? Never has before, but there's always a first time for everything.
Or something like that.
So anyway, I covered them in bits of chopped onion. The oniony bits on the bottom cooked to a tasty dark brown, salty crisp. The bits on the top got soft and yum. the sides browned a bit, and crisped a bit, and softened and saltied a lot.
So very yum.
Then I scooped them through the EB I bought at the store and they were soooo good.
In other news, I'm once again finding bedbug bites. I don't know where they're coming from, unless they're making it onto the bed somehow... The bedding touched ground once for maybe a minute. I baked it since then, though. I guess I'll have to bake it again.
I suppose it's also possible that they're infesting my closet, too, and have gotten into my clean, double bagged clothes. I think I might have to invest in some of those super ziplock baggies, and try double bagging my clean stuff in those. Seems kinda crazy, but it's gotta be better than finding little blood sucking nasties all over the place. And I think at this point anything's better than finding the bites from the little bastards all over my me.One bit a nice line, right across my spine, just above bra strap level.
Do you have any idea how flexible you have to be to scratch that effectively? My poor shoulder's mad at me again over it.
Santa needs to bring me a powerball jackpot winning ticket for September the 29th-mas so I can burn everything I own and kill this bug problem once and for all.
I know I try to be all peace and love, and non-harmy. Dude, though, seriously? Parasites don't count. If I want to be a host I'll invite people over for dinner, not let some bugs or whatnot munch their way through my skin and suck my tasty self.
My blood is for (non-existent) hot vampy guys and me. I'm just picky that way.
Why, oh why did it have to be the house across the street that burnt down. Why couldn't it be this one?
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