Saturday, November 20, 2010

Cooking with Amanda

Last night I was downloading video and pictures from our digital camera, when I happened upon a set of videos that inspired me. A few weeks ago, we had plans to meet up with some family for a delicious meal together. Our mission: Bring the rolls. That's when my wife, Amanda, decided that she would break tradition and make homemade dinner rolls. She probably thought to herself, "Hey, I make my own deodorant! Dinner rolls can't be that hard!"

What I find most amusing about this scenario is that she had the foresight to video tape the entire process for your viewing and cooking pleasure. When I found these videos, I began to dream about the possibilities. The result of those dreams is on the screen before you. So enjoy our new family venture, Cooking with Amanda. Sit down, grab a spoon, and preheat the oven... you will be inspired.

9 comments:

  1. This is awesome. I feel so inspired to bake something now! Maybe not those rolls.....but something!

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  2. Laughed out loud!!! Loved the caffeine comment :)
    I was thinking about attempting to make my own today..... I'm thinking Kroger might be a better option! :)

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  3. I've always wondered where potatos came from.

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  4. Before I even watched the video, I thought, "I wonder how much coffee Eric has to give Amanda before this video was shot?" And then you made the caffeine comment in the video. I almost choked on my oatmeal! Love you guys!

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  5. So Funny! However, the fat kid that I am, I probably would've try the potato looking dinner rolls!

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  6. TOO FUNNY! Loved the comment about it looking like a large turd hahahaha! Love you guys!

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  7. Katie Pohorecki-BradleyNovember 20, 2010 at 11:54 AM

    i love it!!!! you are so cute! that is totaly the amanda i remember! so creative and innocent! totaly wish i still lived in the fort so we could cut up!

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  8. Amanda... This is your father-in-law... Welcome, once again, to our family... You definitely are one of us. (I think this is a complement.) Don't bring homemade rolls to the next family meal.

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  9. Do you have an episode of Thanksgiving day? I am pretty sure Amanda could use the same phrase, "I think I killed the yeast." but substitute turkey for yeast. Maybe if she tried a Methodist or Missionary cookbook she would have had better luck. I don't think those denominations believe in scalded milk.

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