Potholes, Personal Chef, & More in Fawnskiin

So, I am pretty chipper about the road work I saw yesterday…that nasty bunch of potholes on North Shore Drive are now under cover–literally. The road crew cut the road and placed steel plates where the mess was and have the asphalt and gravel ready to go–but not before the storm hit.

I decided I had better head into town yesterday instead of on Friday. Now I am snuggled in for the duration–I hope. HM says I am going to participate in the politic scene–but we shall see.

In other news, I mentioned that one of the locals has the vegetarian chef up cooking a storm (get it, storm…cooking…joke) if you want a personal chef–Cobi is cooking locally and you can contact her now.

For the people who commented, if it is too off topic or doesn’t contribute much to the post I am probably not going to take the time to post the comment and respond–don’t be shy–I know most of you have something to say.

Nobody put in their two cents about the squirrel hut…I know at least one of you know where it is!



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2 Responses to “Potholes, Personal Chef, & More in Fawnskiin

  • 1
    Randi
    February 24th, 2008 10:06

    HI Fawnskin,

    Not quite sure who you are nor what FAwnskin is, but if you need any help baking and cooking at high altitude, I have some great recipes and tips in my books:
    Baking at High Altitude
    &
    Sharing Mountain Recipes.

    I am considered a high altitude foodie, but have absolutely no training in an institution. My training comes from pure mountain experience and the desire for good foods. Many of my recipes originated in Grandmom’s kitchens back East.
    30 years of trial and errors experienced from a desire for GRandmoms’ coffeecakes or soups are what taught me the basics of high altitude cooking and baking.

    Quick tips, allow all to cook/bake a little longer, add a tad more flour and liquid to baked goods, and more liquid to brothy soups or roasts whereby you desire BROWN GRAVY, not just “au ju”.

    If you have any questions let me know I will my best to help.

    Randi/The Muffin Lady

  • 2
    GG (Gossip Girl)
    February 25th, 2008 06:04

    Thanks for stopping by Randi. The local bookstores sell your book–I have not seen the newest one. Hope you will send both for review and a give-away contest! And, yes–if you want to contribute regularly I’d love to have you do so.