Friday, July 20, 2007

A salad so healthy it will make you sick


This is just for fun to try out my new tripod. I'm making my favorite dish, and Angel is helping me!

9 comments:

Gianna said...

that looks delicious!!

just a note: I had to go from firefox (which is what I usually use to explorer to watch this video--it wouldn't work in firefox.) Your videos used to work in firefox. Any ideas?

Jayme said...

I've been switching fomats between Flash and Windows Media Player for the videos. This one was Windows Media Player, which is probably why it doesn't work in Firefox. I started using the Windows format because I was getting complaints with the Flash format. Maybe I'll switch back to the Flash format and see if I still get complaints. I'm glad you got to view the video!

Anonymous said...

I'm hungry!

Mark said...

I loved/laughed at your bird playing with, and then taking the plant stem. I've only seen pet birds in cages.
I use firefox and it the video works fine.

Jayme said...

You should see Angel's nest. Anytime I am missing something, like a necklace or a receipt, I always check Angel's nest first. Usually it's there!

Thanks for the feedback about Firefox. I wonder why it worked on yours but not Gianna's? I'm confused about this whole video format thingy!

Mark said...

RE:Video format
yes its very confusing.
My thoughts...
The video was compressed in some manner. It's a WMV. I look up the program that will run a WMV in my computer and it says "Windows Media Player".
So in my computer firefox somehow is successfully intergrated with windows media player, and the windows media player has all the CODECs to play it.

Jayme said...

Yes, you're right, and the last format I used was compressed with a Flash codec. I used it because all the video bloggers say that Flash is more compatible than any other format, including WMV. I personally don't like the quality of Flash, so when someone said they couldn't view a Flash file (I think it was you!) I switched to WMV. I think I'll stick with WMV for now and hope that more people can view it than can't!

Sharon said...

Receipe looks great. What is Tahini? I want to try this out. Fellow MSer

Jayme said...

Hi Sharon, Tahini is a sesame seed paste, like peanut butter only runnier. It's very rich. You can find it at any health food store or the health sood section of grocery stores. I discovered it when I learned to make hummuus. Glad to see a new face on my blog! I'm going to go check yours out!