No, it is not a David letterman segment.
Are you addicted to something? You might have heard about food, drugs and alcohol addictions. But I am not speaking about these addictions for sure. The 21-st century has come with new sets of addiction. Addictions for which no treatment has been found. Something that is spreading like an epidemic. Something that does not care for age, gender, nationality. Something called BLOG ADDICTION. Are you one of among millions affected by it? Watch out for the ten symptoms below
1.You brain is working overtime in order to find the suitable topic for next blog.
2.You have to take photos of everything you make even if it PBJ. You look an egg and it seems like the supermodel. Do I put it in a carton or leave it in a nest? Do I make it my sunshine or moonlight? (Not pointing at event esp. CLICK by Jugal bandi)
3.Your menu revolves around the events in the month. Saffron, Peaches and Omlettes crawl into your menu.
4.You check your mail to see who has commented and what they have religiously every 10 minutes.
5.You feel proud seeing the counter for number of visitor going up. Even though you were the one who loaded the pages most of the time.
6.You frequent other blogs to draw inspirations.
7.You wait for Sunday editions of particular blogger. Certain veteran blogger uses that tatics.
8.You breathe food, you dream food and eat it too.
9.90% of time you family gets to eat burned food & remaining 10% food out of this world. You are in front of computer searching or blogging and cooking simultaneously.
10.Last but not the least you look at blog and feel proud as you see your little baby growing every day.
I have Blog addiction do you?
See the picture above, it is not most beautiful picture that I have posted. However, it is surely a yummy tasty dessert. Over the weekend, I had few guest and I made this cobbler for dessert. I forgot to the take a picture of this dessert for my blog before I served the food. The next day when I was serving the leftover dessert, I felt an urge that I had to write a blog about this cobbler. What if it did not look that appealing as a left over it at least it one of my favorite desserts.
How I got this recipe:
When I was attending a public speaking class, we had to do a demonstration speech. One of my classmates demonstrated this dessert. She made us taste it first and it tasted really good. Then when I knew the recipe, I was so excited because it was easy semi home recipe. This dessert has a perfect blend of taste ,tickling all the taste buds.
CHERRY - PINEAPPLE COBBLER
1 can (30 oz.) pie filling
1 can (20 oz.) crushed pineapple, drained
Yellow or white cake mix
1/2 Cup of coconut flakes
Stick of butter
Grease a 9 x 13 inch pan. Spread cherry pie filling over bottom of pan. Layer pineapple on top of pie filling. Sprinkle dry cake mix over all. Add coconut flakes. Melt butter and drizzle over top. Bake for 30 minutes in a 350-degree oven. This is so easy and so delicious!
For those of you who prefer the original way:
Instead of Cake mix
2 teaspoons baking powder
3/4 cup milk
Melt one stick of butter in pan, pour batter into butter, and pour in Cherry & pineapple. Top it with coconut and bake.
Serve the warm cobbler with ice cream, preferably Vanilla.
My recipes are modified to suit my taste and in case any of you feel not up to your standard go modify and make it your recipe.