Comments for Laptop Television Mom http://www.ltvmom.com Just trying to catch some TV between mothering, working, and crashing Thu, 24 Jul 2014 23:34:41 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.6.2 Comment on Wordless Wednesday: Poor Roxy by Ginavon http://www.ltvmom.com/blog/wordless-wednesday-poor-roxy/#comment-3733 Ginavon Thu, 18 Apr 2013 20:09:42 +0000 http://www.ltvmom.com/?p=2764#comment-3733 Please come back from your blogging sabatical. You are missed! Please come back from your blogging sabatical. You are missed!

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Comment on Will BlogHer 2012 Revive LTV Mom? by Gina von http://www.ltvmom.com/blog/will-blogher-2012-revive-ltv-mom/#comment-3684 Gina von Wed, 08 Aug 2012 17:40:27 +0000 http://www.ltvmom.com/?p=2809#comment-3684 I've recently suffered from the same blog absence. I keep cooking and taking picts but I just can't take the time I want to take to enjoy and post. Hopefully my flood gates will open soon and I'll be back in the saddle. I don't think I am looking for a spark but rather for an extra 2 hrs per day. Sometimes life is just more important than blogs.>No blogs were killed by releasing that statement< I’ve recently suffered from the same blog absence. I keep cooking and taking picts but I just can’t take the time I want to take to enjoy and post. Hopefully my flood gates will open soon and I’ll be back in the saddle. I don’t think I am looking for a spark but rather for an extra 2 hrs per day. Sometimes life is just more important than blogs.>No blogs were killed by releasing that statement<

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Comment on So much thanks to give… by Will BlogHer 2012 Revive LTV Mom? at Laptop Television Mom http://www.ltvmom.com/blog/so-much-thanks-to-give/#comment-3653 Will BlogHer 2012 Revive LTV Mom? at Laptop Television Mom Fri, 03 Aug 2012 00:14:30 +0000 http://www.ltvmom.com/?p=2615#comment-3653 [...] my beautiful daughter, who is the love of my [...] [...] my beautiful daughter, who is the love of my [...]

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Comment on Will BlogHer 2012 Revive LTV Mom? by Stacy Libby http://www.ltvmom.com/blog/will-blogher-2012-revive-ltv-mom/#comment-3652 Stacy Libby Thu, 02 Aug 2012 23:30:15 +0000 http://www.ltvmom.com/?p=2809#comment-3652 That was such a fun night! I'll never forget this moment: Me = how will I find you at Pete's Tavern? You = walk in and look UP! (It worked by the way!!) Miss you! That was such a fun night! I’ll never forget this moment:

Me = how will I find you at Pete’s Tavern?
You = walk in and look UP!

(It worked by the way!!)

Miss you!

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Comment on Will BlogHer 2012 Revive LTV Mom? by Jen http://www.ltvmom.com/blog/will-blogher-2012-revive-ltv-mom/#comment-3650 Jen Thu, 02 Aug 2012 17:31:17 +0000 http://www.ltvmom.com/?p=2809#comment-3650 You'll have to go to Pete's Tavern for old time's sake! Have a great trip. You’ll have to go to Pete’s Tavern for old time’s sake! Have a great trip.

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Comment on Golfing after a 30-year hiatus by Will BlogHer 2012 Revive LTV Mom? at Laptop Television Mom http://www.ltvmom.com/blog/golfing-after-a-30-year-hiatus/#comment-3641 Will BlogHer 2012 Revive LTV Mom? at Laptop Television Mom Thu, 02 Aug 2012 03:41:33 +0000 http://www.ltvmom.com/?p=2747#comment-3641 [...] Playing golf with my husband (yes, we finally have a hobby in common.) [...] [...] Playing golf with my husband (yes, we finally have a hobby in common.) [...]

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Comment on 365 Days in Austin by Will BlogHer 2012 Revive LTV Mom? at Laptop Television Mom http://www.ltvmom.com/blog/365-days-in-austin/#comment-3640 Will BlogHer 2012 Revive LTV Mom? at Laptop Television Mom Thu, 02 Aug 2012 03:41:18 +0000 http://www.ltvmom.com/?p=2314#comment-3640 [...] Austin, Texas, my newfound hometown of nearly two [...] [...] Austin, Texas, my newfound hometown of nearly two [...]

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Comment on Taste This! (The Delicious Sequel) by Lisa Wamboldt http://www.ltvmom.com/blog/taste-this-the-delicious-sequel/#comment-3573 Lisa Wamboldt Fri, 11 May 2012 04:42:21 +0000 http://www.ltvmom.com/?p=2769#comment-3573 Those cupcakes do sound delicious! Our family favorite is definitely s'mores. The princesses may have gotten us hooked, but now we all look forward to roasting up this sweet treat. There are so many amazing marshmallow varieties/flavors out there to make them even more delicious than what I remember from my childhood camping days -- I especially love thesein caramel swirl: http://www.plushpuffs.com. Cheers! Those cupcakes do sound delicious! Our family favorite is definitely s’mores. The princesses may have gotten us hooked, but now we all look forward to roasting up this sweet treat. There are so many amazing marshmallow varieties/flavors out there to make them even more delicious than what I remember from my childhood camping days — I especially love thesein caramel swirl: http://www.plushpuffs.com. Cheers!

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Comment on Taste This! (The Delicious Sequel) by June LaPore http://www.ltvmom.com/blog/taste-this-the-delicious-sequel/#comment-3570 June LaPore Wed, 09 May 2012 21:03:18 +0000 http://www.ltvmom.com/?p=2769#comment-3570 Those cupcakes sound so good!! I like to have Magnolia Ice Cream Mango Flavor after a bbq or a french silk pie. mmmmmm....PIE.... Those cupcakes sound so good!!

I like to have Magnolia Ice Cream Mango Flavor after a bbq or a french silk pie. mmmmmm….PIE….

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Comment on Taste This! (The Delicious Sequel) by Terrell Neilson http://www.ltvmom.com/blog/taste-this-the-delicious-sequel/#comment-3568 Terrell Neilson Wed, 09 May 2012 03:45:48 +0000 http://www.ltvmom.com/?p=2769#comment-3568 This is an incredibly easy dessert and soooo yummy! Great for balmy summer evenings with a nice scoop of vanilla icecream! The secret incredient is balsamic vinegar. 3 cups fresh fruit (berries work well. my favorite is a combo of raspberries and blackberries. peaches are nice too) 2 tbsp balsamic vinegar 10 tbsp sugar 1 cup flour 1/4 cup oatmeal 1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, cut up pinch of salt preheat oven to 400. in glass or ceramic bowl, toss fruit with balsamic vinegar and 4 tbsp suger. Let stand for 30 mins. In food processor, pulse together remaining 6 tbsp sugar, flour, oatmeal, butter, salt until mixture resembles fine bread crumbs. Pour fruit mixture in a greased square glass baking dish (approx. 8X8). Sprinke crumble mixture over fruit. Shake slightly to allow ingredients to settle. Bake until the top is golden, about 30 mins. Serve with vanilla ice cream. When I double the recipe I use a 9X11 baking dish. Also you can easily make this ahead of time, then throw in the oven to cook. A crowd pleaser for sure! This is an incredibly easy dessert and soooo yummy! Great for balmy summer evenings with a nice scoop of vanilla icecream! The secret incredient is balsamic vinegar.

3 cups fresh fruit (berries work well. my favorite is a combo of raspberries and blackberries. peaches are nice too)
2 tbsp balsamic vinegar
10 tbsp sugar
1 cup flour
1/4 cup oatmeal
1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, cut up
pinch of salt

preheat oven to 400. in glass or ceramic bowl, toss fruit with balsamic vinegar and 4 tbsp suger. Let stand for 30 mins.
In food processor, pulse together remaining 6 tbsp sugar, flour, oatmeal, butter, salt until mixture resembles fine bread crumbs.

Pour fruit mixture in a greased square glass baking dish (approx. 8X8). Sprinke crumble mixture over fruit. Shake slightly to allow ingredients to settle. Bake until the top is golden, about 30 mins. Serve with vanilla ice cream.

When I double the recipe I use a 9X11 baking dish. Also you can easily make this ahead of time, then throw in the oven to cook. A crowd pleaser for sure!

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