I can definitively say, I never would have made this without prompting… That being said! It’s really easy, the ingredients are simple (with a quick run to the nearest Asian market), and it’s a nice stovetop recipe that’s served cold — good for warmer months.
Living as a digital nomad means giving myself the time to actually live in a place, not just vacation there.
I was attracted to the Holiday Half Marathon & Ugly Sweater 5k by its date and location but also by the prospect of a big, shiny, extra medal! I mean, it’s dang pretty! And I’d been wanting to try one of these back to back challenges for quite some time.
The past 40 days have been a maelstrom of discomfort, curiosity, exploration, reflection, and camaraderie. I’m doing this because I can, but also because I want to see what it does to me.
The “fudge” this recipe produces tastes almost exactly like the break-and-bake cookie dough squares you get in the refrigerated aisle — which means it’s wonderful.
The Gobbler Grind Half Marathon in Overland Park, Kansas was an absolute treat. It’s a lovely little race with good course support and fairly decent swag.