I listened to last weeks Dudes on Hockey podcast. Mike went to the Sharks fantasy camp and found out that Doug Wilson never plans on “blowing up” the Sharks and doesn’t believe in re-building the team. I think that is a sign of a good General Manager. Look at the Columbus Blue Jackets. It seems like they’ve been re-building ever since they were created. I rather go see a team that I’m going to be entertained by every night. Plus I learned that the team that trades away the most first round draft picks is the Detroit Red Wings. I wouldn’t mind borrowing their model when it comes to building an organization.
And now, the actual continuation…
For the next batch of cookies, we did a tried a tried and true favorite: chocolate chip cookies…except we made them better than they were. Veganized!
We actually started the first step for these before the lemon cookies, but we had to let it chill in the fridge before we could do the rest. It was creating our “egg.”
So since we can’t use egg in vegan cooking, we used the next best thing: flaxseed. I know, it blew my mind too.
Another thing. Todd McClellan is probably doing to Brent Burns what he did to Jamie McGinn last year. He admittedly expected too much out of McGinn too early and as a result, Ginner had a terrible year. Brent Burns is definitely not what I expected to be this year, but at the same time, I, as well as everyone in San Jose had very high expectations of him. Hopefully T-Mac will calm down next year and Brent Burns will reveal himself to be the badass that he is.
So my co-worker Kaila recently moved to California from Florida. One of the first things that I learned about her is that she has a passion for baking cookies. Long before the craze for cupcakes took the amateur baking world by storm, Kaila was experimenting with all sorts of recipes for cookies. Ever since she came to us, it seems like once a week we’ll walk into the break room and find another batch of cookies waiting for us. Probably the most unique things about them is that they are all vegan cookies. I.E. no animal products such as dairy (milk) or eggs. Baking without these things seemed very foreign to me so of course I had to find out how.
I split this entry into two entries because be baked two batches of cookies and after listening to my recording of the baking process, I realize that I was stuck with a glut of information that would be hard to condense into one post.
So Kaila came over with all her baking supplies. It’s important to note that she is currently try to start her own business based around her cookies (check the website: http://kpcookies.wordpress.com/ ,) so I didn’t need to buy anything extra. She practically brought a kitchen with her.