Some of What You Gonna Need…

“Cookie Cutters” (photo and baking) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Some of What You Gonna Need…” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Two and a half cups all purpose flour” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“One and a half teaspoons baking soda for good measure” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Half a teaspoon of salt more or less…” (photo) by Kay Jay August 2019
“Whisk your dry ingredients in a medium bowl” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Think of Love while whisking your dry ingredients” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Don’t walk on eggshells” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Can’t bake cookies without breaking a few eggs” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“One teaspoon vanilla (secret ingredient)” #1 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“One teaspoon vanilla (secret ingredient)” #2 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“One teaspoon vanilla (secret ingredient)” #3 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“One teaspoon vanilla and two eggs whisking” #1 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“One teaspoon vanilla and two eggs whisking” #2 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“One cup granulated sugar” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“One cup packed brown sugar” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Brown sugar lump and granulated sugar bed awaiting in a large mixing bowl” #1 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Whisk with your whole heart so the brown sugar and granulated sugar in a large mixing bowl combine” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Two sticks… slightly melted butter” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Butter and Sugar” #1 “Pouring”(photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Butter and Sugar” #2 “Whisking” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Beating two eggs and the secret ingredient vanilla into your Butter and Sugar” #1 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Beating two eggs and the secret ingredient vanilla into your Butter and Sugar” #2 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
Keep Whisking with Love” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“A tiny bubble” in One and a half cups or one jar of 16 ounce Adam’s Old Fashioned (no-stir) creamy peanutbutter” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Peanut butter spoon” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
Add peanut butter to large bowl ingredients (photo) by Kay Jay (August 2019)
“Two spoons (no more whisking)” photo by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Stir with peanut butter spoon” #1 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Stir with peanut butter spoon” #2 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Slowly” (pour in your dry ingredients) #1 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Slowly” (pour in your dry ingredients and stir) #2 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Slowly” (pour in your dry ingredients and stir) #3 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Slowly” (pour in your dry ingredients and stir) #4 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Slowly” (pour in your dry ingredients and stir) #5 “Every Last bit” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Slowly Stir” #1 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Slowly Stir” #2 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Trust yourself now” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“The Dough” (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Keeping it cool” (The Dough) after being covered in wax paper and a half an hour of refrigeration (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Sweet Balls” ice-cream scoop sized dough balls (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“A Perfect Fit” cookie cutter dough balls (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Almost Ready” cookie cutter dough balls (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Cross my heart” #1 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Cross my heart” #2 (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“Careful Not to Burn” bake at 350 degrees for 12 minutes (photo) by Kay Jay, August 2019
“My Heart is Yours” (peanut butter cookies made with love) photo by Kay Jay, August 2019
The Grateful Dead “Sugar Magnolia” (Live Music Audio) is being posted on Stitched in Stone for no commercial purpose.
Sugar Magnolia (Live at Fillmore East, New York City, April 1971) · Grateful Dead Ladies And Gentlemen… The Grateful Dead: Fillmore East, New York City, April 1971 ℗ 2000 Grateful Dead Productions, Inc. Writer: Bob Weir Writer: Robert Hunter Writer: Ron McKernan
Lyrics:
Sugar magnolia, blossoms blooming, heads all empty and I dont care, Saw my baby down by the river, knew shed have to come up soon for air. Sweet blossom come on, under the willow, we can have high times if youll abide We can discover the wonders of nature, rolling in the rushes down by the riverside. Shes got everything delightful, shes got everything I need, Takes the wheel when Im seeing double, pays my ticket when I speed She comes skimmin through rays of violet, she can wade in a drop of dew, She dont come and I dont follow, waits backstage while I sing to you. Well, she can dance a cajun rhythm, jump like a willys in four wheel drive. Shes a summer love for spring, fall and winter. she can make happy any man alive. Sugar magnolia, ringing that bluebell, caught up in sunlight, come on out singing Ill walk you in the sunshine, come on honey, come along with me. Shes got everything delightful, shes got everything I need, A breeze in the pines and the sun and bright moonlight, lazing in the sunshine yes Indeed. Sometimes when the cuckoos crying, when the moon is half way down, Sometimes when the night is dying, I take me out and I wander around, I wander round. Sunshine, daydream, walking in the tall trees, going where the wind goes Blooming like a red rose, breathing more freely, Ride our singin, Ill walk you in the morning sunshine Sunshine, daydream. sunshine, daydream. walking in the sunshine.

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