Weekly Paper (35)

newsHappy July 1st and July 4th, Canadian and U.S. friends! I spent the week bogged down by experiments in lab and prepping myself for the long weekend. Highlights of my week: getting an ice cream maker (and making banana ice cream!) and eating out. (See food pictures and other things on Twitter. Come hither!)

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    • Yay, glad you’re excited! I’m a fan of his music, but I’m always on the fence about reading singers’ (or any other celebrity’s) books. Let me know if you do get a chance to read it! 🙂

  1. Oh, you got an ice cream maker!! We have one too, and I LOVE it. I use it pretty much every other day during summer. And yes, those book-themed benches look super cool. My favorite is the Paddington Bear one. So cute~ Thanks for sharing!

    • Ooh, what flavors of ice cream do you usually make?? I like how there aren’t that many ingredients to the recipes I’ve looked up so far, haha.

      I really like the Paddington Bear one too! And and the Narnia one! 😀

      • Right now, I’m mostly making yogurt based ones (used to use eggs and milk and it was yummy, expect my mom didn’t really like it… because most recipes use raw eggs + she just doesn’t like milk…) and my favorite is the Greek Yogurt & Honey ice cream (it has only 3 ingredients: 500g Greek Yogurt, 150g whipped Cream and 3 tablespoons Honey + some sliced nuts/almond, optional – oh and sometimes I pour maple syrup on top)

        And some of my all-time favorites are:
        Black Sesame ice cream:
        http://video.about.com/japanesefood/Black-Sesame-Ice-Cream.htm
        and Green Tea ice cream 🙂

  2. I’m so sad to hear about World Book Night! This was my first year participating in the USA and I loved the experience. Maybe next year some people will just have to hand out books they liked of their own accord. Something like All Hallow’s Read (set up by Neil Gaiman) maybe…

    • Yeah, I hope so too, Sarah! So many good reading/book programs shut down constantly due to lack of funding, and I hope World Book Night will be revived somehow…

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