Princess Melita Bonaparte Shares Her Pop Tart Recipe With The World

Her Serene Highness, The Princess Melita Bonaparte, unselfishly shares her most splendid way of serving nutritional benefits via her Kellogg’s unfrosted, strawberry Pop Tarts recipe. She uses a family heirloom Kitchenaid toaster, a knife, and a simple brown plate, a gift to her from the children of Monaco. She opens the foil wrapping of the Pop Tarts, takes each Pop Tart & places them in a very royal manner in the toaster. While they are heating, she cuts 4 small slices of Kraft Philadelphia Original Cream Cheese. After the Pop Tarts come out of the toaster from their initial heating, she burns her hand, one completely falls apart, but her sense of royal duty, noblesse oblige, and sheer will to share her goodness with the world prevail, and she more fully explains how, by placing the Pop Tarts adorned with the slices of Philadelphia Cream Cheese, that the additional toasting time allows the flavours to meld & the cheese to soften.

When done, she is unable to taste them before the camera, but always wishes her millions of fans & followers world-wide, Bon Appetit!

Remember, not to watch this at work, she warns you that you should be working. And if you are on a cellular telephone, to let the next bus come by as watching this is more important than getting to your destination!

A FLOWER FROM A STREET ARTIST-Two Views

His name is Nicholas & he makes flowers from blades of grass, the sort of grass that has long stems that taper. Hues vary from solid, absolutely green, to various browns & some shafts have stripes & speckles. The artist invited me to pick one I liked & he would make me a flower.

He spoke briefly to me about how he learned his craft, “from old hippies on the beaches of Florida,” how what he does gives him the freedom not to have a boss & to come & go where & when he pleases. That part is nearly as priceless as the beauty he produces. The only tool he uses is a knife, which is mostly to trim off excess. The rest is done by a meticulous folding process, using strands from the sheaf of grass to secure the various parts.

After a small donation, I walked on home, glad to have made his acquaintance & happy to take the flower he created, and place it in a vase that did not detract from its beauty.

This stalk of grass was folded into the shape of a flower.

This stalk of grass was folded into the shape of a flower.

The same handmade flower by Nicholas with different background.  Made 24 March 2013, Powell near Market, San Francisco. The same handmade flower by Nicholas with different background. Made 24 March 2013, Powell near Market, San Francisco.

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