That's not fair and I'd let them know it's not fair.I am irritated with the NY Times today. They have a notice that covid-19 information is free at this time. Some of their covid-19 culinary information is freely available, like the snickerdoodle pound cake that I showed Winchester . Today they have an article with 21 recipes for quarantine baking, sections for easy, intermediate, advanced. Click on any of the links and they want to know my account. So I enter my (free) account information and it wants me to buy an account for cooking in order to access these recipes.
Does this not seem like bait-and-switch to you?
Baking today. I'm making sticky buns. I've had a hankering for sticky buns lately. Rick saw the butter in the fridge yesterday morning and asked me what I was making. When I told him I was making sticky buns on Monday, he wondered why I couldn't make them yesterday. Because I didn't feel like it! He wasn't amused. And, you know, it's not like he never gets any treats. Geez.
I'll absolutely trade the lemon loaf, but not sure if the cinnamon swirl loaf is up for trading or not. I kinda made an error in measuring the ingredients and put 1/2 cup of butter instead of 1/4 cup. Since it's the first time I've made it, not sure how it's supposed to turn out. It's ok, I think. Obviously not low fat.