Those tenors, so sweet, if they made love to me, I'd be a success, THAT I DO know.
You have to watch through to the end to where she checks her watch. Hilarious! And so refreshing after focusing on poor, poor Gretchen all these months. The poor thing. Of course I'll finish and improve Gretchen at the same time that I learn how to be a prima donna donna donna, but I'm definitely ready for something light and silly, yet still vocally challenging.
I wonder if this version by Jennifer Larmore is stepped down to mezzo. I've tried ooo-ing along with other versions online, just to see if I can hit all the notes, and I'm trying to memorize the words. Not doing too much - don't want to get lectured again about doing too much to fast.
In other news, there is no other news. But here's a recipe for this ... this... this STUFF that one of my coworkers brought to the office yesterday. I'm drooling just typing this sentence.
LOVE IN A PAN
Preheat the oven to 350 o
1¼ cup sugar
2 containers (refrigerated tubes) of crescent roll dough
16 oz. cream cheese (2 normal-sized boxes)
1 stick butter/margarine
1 tsp. vanilla
1 tsp. cinnamon
In a 9” x 13” baking pan, roll out one container of crescent rolls in the bottom of the pan.
In a mixing bowl, beat or mix 1 cup of sugar with the cream cheese and the vanilla until well blended.
Spread the cream cheese mixture over the bottom layer of crescent roll dough.
Layer the second container of crescent roll dough over the top.
Melt the butter and pour it over the top crust.
Mix the remaining ¼ cup of sugar with the cinnamon and sprinkle it over the top.
Bake for 30 minutes at 360 o
Caution: This delicious mass will rise while baking. You might want to put a cookie sheet under the pan in case the love overflows.
I've already had suggestions from some people that this should be renamed Lust in a Pan, but you didn't hear that from me.