Today I tried something new. I made cookies without a recipe. While Anthony and I ate delicious said cookies, we discussed whether heating cookies without an oven via a laser was possible. First, he asked me if I thought it was possible. I replied, "probably, with some adapting. People manage to cook by all sorts of mediums such as ovens, stoves, and camp fires." I asked Anthony if he thought making cookies using a laser to heat them was realistic. He said that 3D printing cookies and somehow heating them with a laser is an idea. Anthony added that lasers might be more efficient than all the wasted heat in the oven. One cookie could be zapped at a time. I added that maybe there could be a sensor screen in the oven, and a grid of lasers. A computer could gather info from the sensor screen such as the number of cookies and their locations and then the lasers could shoot the cookies.
Shastya got to go on her first field trip this afternoon. The field trip
was watching Daddy put a spare on our car out in our parking lot.
Shastya really enjoyed the fresh air on this fall Saturday morning. She
also liked listening to the not too distant sounds of children playing, a
puppy barking, and someone hammering away on an indoor fall project.
She was a little distracted, and I don't think she will remember how to
put a spare tire on a car.
Okay, so my recipe name for Garlic Knots is officially switched to Garland Knots! Anthony claims them. Not only did he request them for dinner after he learned we did not have cheese for pizza, he suggested that we rename them Garland Knots after he ate them with dinner! Did I mention he loves them!