I decided to write this post after I worked out this morning and Lord….that WO almost killed me. I am the oldest person in class…..feels like I am always the oldest person everywhere these days:) and I just do the best I can and push it as hard as I can.
Anyway it was a busy week of trying to stay on top of everything with my projects! If you follow me on Instagram you can just stop reading right now….haha…..just scroll down to the brownie recipe!
This will just be a repeat of what I have been posting lately.
I went to get some things framed and I usually go to Fast Frame on Piedmont Road. They do a great job and are very helpful.
On Tuesday I had 6 pieces of furniture delivered to a client and 3 rugs! That was fun seeing everything put in place….just a few more pieces to the puzzle….
This rug really warmed up the joint!
I got 2 chest to go on either side of the fireplace….we are going to get the surround made a little darker.
Another client had her Brazilian Cherry floors redone and they look SO much better! All that red gone.
And these in her master bath are from RH. I have the same ones in my kitchen and have had them for many years!
And she is one of my friends that is a really good cook! You might be thinking that most of my friends are good cooks and you would be right! A girl needs to eat:)
Let’s just say that she whipped up these brownies from scratch and they were ready in 20 min….
Here is the recipe straight from her:)
Here is the recipe for my brownies. There are two keys to these brownies:
1. Do not overcook!!! I set the timer for 20 minutes and watch them. The thing that makes these brownies great is that they are gooey.
2. I put less flour than it calls for. (this adds to the gooey vs cake texture)
I made a half batch for us because Lord knows we couldn’t have had an entire pan of brownies in the house.
2 sticks of butter
5 tablespoons of cocoa ( I use a little less )
2 cups of sugar
1 ½ cups of flour
2 tsps vanilla
Melt butter and cocoa in a sauce pan. ( I mix the entire thing in this one pan) Stir in sugar . stir in eggs quickly so that they do not cook in the warm butter/sugar mixture, stir in flour, and add vanilla.
Cook in 9×13 buttered and floured pan. 350 degrees for about 30 minutes. Set timer for 20 minutes and watch.
Alrighty then…it’s 5:30 so I better publish this baby!