New Orleans was great! I’ll be back to regular postings tomorrow. For now, enjoy the BBQ shrimp heads!!
“How many licks does it take to get to the Tootsie Roll center of a Tootsie Pop?”
This weekend is going to be gorgeous. Unfortunately I have to work. I do plan on spending the majority of my non-working time reading outside or at Plato’s closet trying to find some spring/summer steals.
Oh and that dry shampoo? Worked wonders! I’m a little skeptical of the blogs that I read saying that it wasn’t a good product. It smelled great (like my hair smells right after I’ve gotten it professionally done), and took all the oil right out of it. It did leave a little sticky residue that I could feel on my hands all day, but it did right by my hair.
Follow directions exactly on back. You will use a TON of flour, so don’t be too weirded out if the mixture is less than doughy.
Once you submit to knowing that there is going to be a mess, the better off. Granted I’m sure most people actually have a rolling pin (umm, we used an old wine bottle), but there will still be a big flour mess. Don’t be stingy on the flour. You will need this A. so it doesn’t stick to your hands, and B. Stick to whatever you’re rolling the dough out onto.
Throw them in the oil. I let Bennett do this, because I probably would have killed myself.
Throw some powdered sugar on those bad boys and eat them!! Look at those beauties! They don’t look exactly like the box, but they are still delicious.
So get your booties to New Orleans, try the real thing, and then grab a box to take home and try to make them yourself!