In my house this is a tradition...especially at Easter.
Mom used to call daffodils "Goldenrods" and every Easter we had lots of left over hard boiled eggs. So Mom would chop up the whites and mash the yellows and make a white sauce. Then she'd pour the white sauce over toast and crumble some of the whites on top. She'd sprinkle the yellow yolks on top and put just a dash of paprika on top to finish the feast.
I wanted to make a dessert for Easter dinner but my family is pretty picky. I had to use whipped cream for the frosting and fruit for the filling. I wanted to liven it up with some white chocolate Easter Eggs and flowers and a few fondant blooms too. So I did.
I started off with four layer cakes that I tried to cut to make fairly even. Then I frosting the layers with whipped cream and used bananas and strawberries to liven up the filling.
In the end it turned out okay. Not as pretty as total fondant but it tasted better than a fondant cake.
Here's a list of upcoming Earth Week Events at Pacific University in Forest Grove, (thanks to an email I received at work):
There are several interesting
speakers coming to the Forest Grove campus of Pacific University next
week as part of the Earth Week festivities. All events are free and
open to the public.
MONDAY APRIL 21: Dr. PHIL MOTE on CLIMATE CHANGE Prof. Mote is the head
of the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute at Oregon State. He
will be giving a talk called “Five Things I Wish Were True About Climate
Change” on Monday the 21st at 6:30 in Taylor
TUESDAY APRIL 22: DR. TRYGVE STEEN on OREGON’S OLD GROWTH FORESTS Prof. Trygve Steen
from Portland State will give a presentation on Oregon’s awesome old
growth forests. He’s a lively speaker with awesome photos, so this will
be fun. Tuesday the 22nd at 3PM in the Milky
THURSDAY APRIL 24: MACARTHUR AWARD WINNER DAVID MONTGOMERY on DIRT & CIVILIZATION Renowned author and
scientist David Montgomery from the University of Washington will give a
lecture called “The Need for Global Soil Restoration” on Thursday,
April 24 at 6:30 in Taylor Auditorium.
More information on Earth Week as well as directions to campus can be found on the Pacific University website.
There's a new "multimodal" bridge in Potland. The Tilikum Crossing, Bridge of the People. It's a name that comes from the original residents of the Willamette Valley and it's a great name for a bridge that soars above the Willamette river. “Tilikum” means people, tribe and relative.
The bridge will host transit, bicyclists
and pedestrians, but no cars. If needed, emergency vehicles can use the bridge.
On the west side, the bridge will connect with the new Southwest Porter Street. The east side will run near the OMSI.
The 7.3-mile Portland-to-Milwaukie light-rail line will
run on the bridge.
The new transit line is scheduled to open Sept.
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