by Ruth Categories: Photography, silent SundayTags: childhood, family, photography, postaday, silent Sunday, walking 6 Comments
Month: April 2022
Savory Spinach Hand Pies
Hand pie– can be sweet or savory. You can hold them in your hand to eat them.
Here’s a recipe to make them .
That’s Parmesan cheese on the top of the crust. I heated them in the oven at 350 using my cast iron skillet.
“* 350° Bakery is a small batch bakery in Pittsburgh’s southside. 350° specializes in classic scratch-made treats that take you back to childhood- flaky pies, beautiful layer cakes, fudgy brownies, sticky buns, cookie sandwiches- we’ve perfected all your favorites. We understand the importance of quality, so we start all of our baked goods with the best ingredients. We use local cage-free eggs as well as fruits and vegetables from local farms. Dairy products are local and free of hormones, and our dry ingredients are carefully sourced from local distributors. Our baked goods are made with integrity and it comes through with every bite.” From the Harvie Farms Website
Incorporating air into egg whites creates soft then stiff peaks. A good stress reliever. Whisking egg whites. No copper bowl on hand. This was before the Kitchen-Aid mixer head was secured by my friend.
NYC Rooftops TBT 2009
Robot Hall of Fame at Carnegie Science Center
A couple of weeks ago Jack was here on Spring Break snd I took a photo of him with favorite robots C-3PO and R2D2.
When the family visited last week, Laura, Charlie and I went to the Carnegie Science Center. Charlie was eager to get to Roboworld to see R2-D2 and C-3PO
Carnegie Science Center has moved the robots to the Rangos Theatre lobby here’s an article about the change.
I knit Charlie a robot a couple years ago. Clinky. He likes robots.
Demolition at 16th and Penn
Federal Cold Storage Building Demolition
There are several articles about the demolition of the iconic building being demolished in Pittsburgh’s Strip District.
Laura was driving so I got to be in the passenger seat taking photos.
Park Tree at Night
A Favorite Appliance
Do you have a favorite appliance? My friend just repaired the pin that holds the head onto the body. It had worked its way out so the head wobbled when being used. I was so pleased it could be fixed as this Kitchen Aid mixer was a gift from my dad in 1986. It’s been a reliable workhorse in several kitchens where we’ve lived. A lot of birthday cakes and batches of cookies have been produced with it. And when I realized how happy I was it was fixed, I decided it’s my favorite appliance (with my toaster I received for my 50th birthday a close second).