Monthly Archives: January 2018
-pastry for a 9” double-crust pie, rolled out (I use this recipe – had some in the freezer still)
-6 cups peeled & sliced apples (about 6-8 large)
-2 Tbsp flour
-2 tsp cinnamon
-2/3 cup brown sugar
Preheat the oven to 350°F (180°C). Put the filling ingredients together in a big bowl, toss until the apples are coated. Put into the pie shell, top with the lid, seal the edges. Slash holes in the top crust. Bake for 45-50 minutes until it’s golden brown and the juice bubbles up through the holes in the crust.
Life, the Universe, and Apple Pie. Perfect for a snowy day.
I had meant to give you some erudition today on – well, on something. But then I was looking at these pictures on my camera from this morning, and I think they speak quite loudly for themselves; I can shut up.
Here you are:
Light – a Reflection
Just look at this: “Meet Angelika – The EC Team”!
That’s right – I’m being interviewed over on Enchanted Conversations by way of an introduction as their new “Contributing Editor”. What that means is that a couple of times a month, I get to write a post for their blog (sneak preview: some of it will be fairy tale flash fiction, which are short pieces between 100 and 500 words long), and I even get paid for it!
So head on over to Enchanted Conversations and find out what’s my favourite fairy tale (okay, one of them – they made me restrict myself to a single one, cruel people), whether I work from an outline when I write, and other fascinating and earth-shattering information about Yours Truly that I know you’ve been lying awake at night wondering about.
Life, the Universe, and a New Endeavour! It’s all very exciting.