Then my doctor confirms that the reason I am feeling extra lousy is I am sick. Not to mention we are living with a gazillion heater fans and dehumidifiers while they dry out the house.
We have the same set up drying the ceiling in the kitchen.Picture it. I am shuffling through Trader Joe’s mentally kicking myself for not taking the entire faucet valve assembly with me so I wouldn’t have bought a similar but incorrect replacement part and flood the house, not looking forward to possible renovations so close to the holidays, and feeling achy, cranky and sick.
If you drew a cartoon of me I’d have a little raincloud over my head.
I figure a bottle of make me feel better 100% fruit juice might not be such a bad idea since I have to drink more fluids while the meds do their thing when I almost bump into a table filled with the dessert of my ancestors – Danish kringle!
But not just any kringle from Denmark (by way of Danish American bakers in Wisconsin) but Pumpkin Caramel Kringle!
Gaze upon the wonder of these flakey layers of thin buttery crust cradling pumpkin filling magic.
As much as I like kringle, I don’t make it at home because getting the thin layers of dough right it is hard to do. There is a Danish bakery in Wisconsin that makes kringle better than I can ever hope to do. It is best to have their kringle on rare occasions otherwise I’d be sporting this kringle shape around my waist until the day I die.
A whole Danish kringle before Husband and I dove into it head first.
When I saw the kringle is from the masters of OH Danish Bakery my plan for treat myself to fruit juice plan quickly changed to a treat myself to a make me feel better kringle from Denmark.
I figured it wouldn’t hurt to surprise Husband with a peace offering of kringle for mucking up the house on such a grand scale either.