This afternoon I had no one to entertain, but myself. What if I had a frybread making and eating philosophy, I thought. We all have ways of doing things afterall, how to do this...how to do that. I have wonderful memories of Grandma Slwooko standing by the stove for 2-3 hours, apron and bandana on. As the bread was frying, I'd sit at the table while she handed them to me, slightly burning my fingers. We'd talk and laugh and although we didn't say so, we were content just to have company, grease and bread. :) So, my first idea is to share what you have. Jason and Corinne are working at the school, so down I went with papertowel and the tasty treat. Now, I'd love to say how I've got points 2, 3, 4, and so on. BUT, the hour for selling coffee (Coal Creek Coffee business!) is quickly approaching. More goodies. Gotta go. Just thought that I'd give you an idea of what I did today.
I enjoy my bread dipped in syrup. Lena Ivanoff used to make fry bread for breakfast and that's how we'd enjoy it. Now I'm hooked!
"Eat frybread made with soy milk to get those isoflavones, loaded with Omega 3 Fatty Acids (fish chunks in the bread), made with Organic Olive Oil!"...yeah, maybe someday...kids watching Evan Almighty with Kemper watching the kids eat