We were told to dress warmly tomorrow with the cold weather. We will be making the subs in an insulated outside building which is heated. With the doors opening and closing all the time it can cool it down pretty quickly.
We have completed our third 1000-piece puzzle this winter. Evenings are enjoyable working around the puzzle while we each talk about our day. Hearing that cold wind blowing outside makes it seem even more cozy and comfortable inside. Our neighbor lady Irene gave us two 1000-piece puzzles last year. One is a Darrell Bush puzzle which we want to glue for one of the children to hang in their bedroom. The only problem is more than one of the children want it so we might have to draw names. It is called "Autumn at the Lake", a very nice scene of a log cabin by the lake with a dock and a boat. The sun is setting in the background. On the back of the box are five more puzzles by Darrell Bush. But this one seemed to catch their attention. Some of the children want to start another one this winter and if stays this cold we just might have to.
I hope everyone will stay healthy through these bitter cold days. I feel envious of the people in Florida right now. Wherever you are, may God bless each and every one of you!
WHOLE WHEAT WAFFLES
3 eggs, separated
2 tablespoons sugar
1 /4 cup vegetable oil
1 cup milk
1 1 /2 cups whole wheat flour
1 /2 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons baking powder
Beat egg yolks, sugar, and oil. Add 1 /2 of the milk and stir. Add dry ingredients and remainder of milk. Mix until blended. Beat egg whites until stiff and fold into batter. Fry over medium heat in heated waffle iron.