Have you heard of Manuka Honey? My boss gave me a jar last month. It comes from New Zealand where bees gather nectar from the flowers of the manuka bush. It's creamy and has a sort of licorice taste; quite different from regular honey, and apparently has antibacterial and healing properties 100 x's greater than what is found in the ordinary table variety.
I decided to put it on my pancake this morning. The leftover pancakes from yesterday were placed in Ziplock bags and stored in the freezer. To reheat, just pop in the toaster (usually needs to heat about 2-3 times depending on thickness). There's no reason to ever buy boxed pancakes that are filled with all sorts of unnecessary ingredients.
My second crocheted stone is done. Zack, who is 13 years old, says he just doesn't understand at all why I would want to put crochet on a rock.
I like the idea of taking something ordinary and making into something extraordinary.