Did I say no promises for Tuesday? I think I did. And, yes, it is going to be a Tired Tuesday post. But I will try not to go on and on about how tired I am. Instead, I will talk about the dessert I made to follow the supper cooked by my husband Steven.
The supper was nothing unusual but quite delicious: chicken and rice. Not cooked together. Steven baked boneless, skinless thighs with spices, and made rice in the rice cooker. It was yummy and satisfying. After letting it settle, I fixed a little something for dessert.
I had some Oreo cookies I had purchased thinking I might made Dirt Cake for Easter. We did not need another dessert for Easter, and Steven has been munching the Oreos. I took a few of them and broke them up in the bottom of two bowls. I put blueberries on the cookie pieces and topped it with whipped topping (generic Cool Whip). The blueberries were purchased frozen at Hannaford and thawed in the refrigerator.
Wow, this really is a Tired Tuesday post, because it seems I am too tired to make it particularly interesting. Maybe I should add in a picture of a monster to pep things up (it’s too late to include a picture of the dessert; we ate it up right fast).
I saw this picture of my favorite guy, Nosferatu, on Facebook earlier today. The person who shared it commented that he always looked surprised. I must agree. I’m sure Count Orlock is surprised to be included in a blog post about a dessert.
This shot is from The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, another creepy silent horror movie, and another picture I found today on Facebook. Both photos were on one of my favorite Facebook groups: The Golden Age of Monster Movies.
Incidentally, Steven miraculously fixed our DVD/VCR player today. I will soon be watching monster movies again! I hope to write a few blog posts about them. In the meantime, I hope somebody liked my Tired Tuesday post.