Monday, March 2, 2009
on the radio
Made it on the radio finally today...my KRTS interview aired! Thankfully, I don't think I came off as an idiot. If you only linked up to the 630PM broadcast - you missed half the piece that was aired at 10AM. Plan on getting a wave file of the full interview that I can link from my website....I am heading up to Marfa tomorrow to drop off my newest solar oven bread creation baked today as a thank you. This one is 2 cups of self rising flour, 2 TBS of sugar, 2 TBS of McCormick's Grill Mates Mesquite Seasoning, 1 cup of small cubed Monterrey Jack Cheese. and 2/3 can of warm Keystone Light beer. Baked in the solar oven in a lightly oiled 48oz. tomato juice can - for 2 hours at 275 - 300 degrees. According to my Crazy Aunt Jean, cooking in a can was a depression era invention for baking bread. Gotta be careful when baking with cheese in such confined quarters as it tends to stick. Working on perfecting a recipe to create a little income for the Field Lab. Gotta put that solar oven to work.
Just got word that my Texas Country Reporter interview will be aired this weekend...thankfully, this press round is about to end. Check out their website to try and figure out when you can view it. http://www.texascountryreporter.com/show.htm I don't have a clue.
Worked on a planning and shopping list for the next stage of construction of the greenhouse building. Loading up tomorrow in Alpine after the trip to Marfa so I can get back to work.....plus, I have run out of snacks for my longhorn buddies.