Thursday, March 31, 2011

Adventures in the Kitchen Part 1

So... here is my first attempt at a video blog. 

Here's what it looks like in the movie:
There were a few times the concoction bubbled up at me and started spitting out onto the counter. Wish me luck on the rest....

And at play practice today - someone told me that TJ Max is selling already made Turkish Delight.

Isn't that just GREAT?


  1. This is hilarious!

    When I was very little I read The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe and promptly decided it must be the best thing in the world. 1. Edmund chose it above ANYTHING. 2. it's called TURKISH DELIGHT. C'mon!

    I was sorely disappointed a few years later when I finally got to try it. After actually going to Turkey and buying a large paper bag of assorted Turkish delight I have to say it was only a moderate improvement.

    Moral: Don't trust Turkish Delight from TJ Max!! I'm not sure why that's the moral, but it is.

  2. OMG Emily :)

    First thing - You are SO cute!! I actually watched that entire video without moving an inch from my seat!

    I have not watched the movie or read the book but I'm going to take your word for it and get me a copy. Now let me Google the Turkish Delight recipe to know more, and please let me know how they turn out!

    Have an amazing weekend!

  3. Also, we get Rose water here readily, everywhere! We use the cooking variety on skin too, not much of a difference in the ingredients either!!

  4. This is so much fun to see you on the video blog! Your cooking adventure is quite the trip! Since I've never had Turkish Delight I'm still learning something. Maybe you should not try a new recipe on April 1st. Hmmm! But the geletin still has potential. It doesn't look that bad!


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