Today is Sunday. Today I set up at the Sunday Feast. Today is now tonite.
My kids were kind of bugging me when I was setting up. They were silently threatening to touch my stuff. The last thing I wanted after a nite of 3 hours sleep was a finger in my cheescake. I handed them each a buck and sent them over to Siladitya and Muhkya to buy whatever they wanted at the Krishna Co-op table. They each came back with 2 chocolate chip cookies. Good deal.
Last week there were no croissants because my dough did not properly rise. The same thing happened this week but I was determined to have croissants. I gave it another crack around 3 in the morning. Thankfully, the dough was light and silky and rose to the top of the bowl. The only adjustment I would have made to these croissants was a teeny bit more sugar.
Yeah, I know. We look like twins (although I didn’t look anything like this little elfy girl when I was a kid). Madhumati was a good girly and kept me company at my table while everyone watched the drama under the big tent (same drama as last nite),
I do accept change, although I would rather not. That is why all my prices are in whole dollar amounts. There girls, however, were determine to get a kabob before they sold out, which was soon after their purchase.
My little bud, Ramananda, and his dad, Thakur, enjoy a cookie and some kabobs. Usually they get them for free when they come over our house, but they don’t mind paying when we are at my place of business.