Tomorrow we tear out the old sink and countertop and plumb in the drain for the antique farmhouse sink on a wall that was a long window that's now a high stained glass window and a fresh wall. Tonight my husband did a test hang of the sink and everything fits perfectly. When the 1940's metal cabinets to the left are replaced with the custom cabinets (we did all the renovation in the house ourselves, but I I'm having the cabinets custom built and happily wrote that big check).
Husband- "You put the ones that folded spindled, and mutilated ones on MY plate. Is that like the leper colony plate?
(English accent) "oh, Jeeves find some poor orphan to give this to."
Really Abby - no bacon - go back and eat your kibble.
1 cup flour
3/4 Greek yogurt, blended with enough milk or nut milk to make a full cup)
1 large egg
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
2 Tablespoons butter, melted
splash of vanilla
Mix dry ingredients in one bowl. In another bowl whisk everything but the butter until emulsified and then SLOWLY drizzle in the butter while whisking constantly. Add the wet and dry ingredients and stir JUST until blended and cook on a preheated oiled griddle. They are thick so don't make big ones, and re-oil the pan lightly between batches. Cook until edges are dry and they're just starting to bubble in the middle, then flip.