Saturday, December 17, 2011
New Toro snow shovel
I wanted to start on our deck since it was the smoothest surface to experiment on. Well, after fighting with it for a while and standing there trying to figure out what was wrong with the handle I gave up and went inside. I told my husband that I was having a problem and was going to go on line on the internet to see if I could figure out what was wrong. I went to the Toro electric snow shovel sight and watch their video with no luck, looked the same to me and the gal was bent over a little while she was using the blower. Crap, I thought I had bought some stupid back breaker. I went to YouTube and typed in Toro snow shovel and watched some videos regular people had posted and right away I saw my problem.....I really hate sharing this but we are all family here, right? The handle was on backwards so the blower part us upside down. I did not put it on, it came out of the box like it was and no where did it mention you had to turn the handle around. Thank goodness for You Tube. Thank goodness for the internet, I might have boxed it up and shipped it back. I can just see them reading my note that it didn't work right, with the handle on backwards... Some man would be standing there shaking his head saying it had to be a woman... grrr....
At least that is over now and I got it all figured out.
I made some really good potato soup today and added a lot more than I normally do and it turned out great.. here is what I did for the soup
about 4-5 potatoes
cover them with water so they are not crowed
little left over ham
spinach, shredded ( I do not like spinach, so sometimes I try to sneak it in to some of my dishes)
I used about a half a cup, you can add as much as you like
couple of teaspoons curry
couple teaspoons basil
salt,pepper to taste
1 can cream of chicken soup
you can add water to make it as thick or thin as you like. This is a add whatever you have type of
soup. you can add corn or anything, I think it would still taste great..... let me know if you try it.