Well in checking the last blog post, I can see I’ve been post mute since the fall of 2012. My bad. The reality is I’m just a sucky ass blogger.
But to make up for it, here is the first 2013 post! Glitter! Rainbows! Unicorns!
Or Not. There is, however, some cooking.
This is a fantastic and fast recipe to whip up… not to mention it takes a whole 4 ingredients. Really. We used Savory Herb stuffing and ground beef and it was amazingly good. Next time we’re planning on putting cheese on the top but other than that the recipe is perfect as is. And other than the gross raw meat mixing (ground beef just grosses me out in general), it’s easy and painless!
Yesterday was Pats playoff time, so we decided to throw together some food that didn’t take much effort or forethought. I’d considered cookies (which is the usual quick and easy sweet recipe) but once I saw this recipe I HAD to try it. Three ingredients! We used a bag of frozen mixed berries, regular Sprite, and white cake mix. Next time we’re going to use a bit more Sprite to ensure the crust is a little crustier… but that’s just our preference and the recipe works perfectly just as it’s written. Husband has decided we will be making this at least once a month since it’s cheap AND fast.
Fiber arts news!
Well SPA is quickly approaching… cannot WAIT. Once again we’ll be at the Hampton (I like it better than the Hilton) and we know we’re going to be hitting Conundrum and Gritty’s. This year it falls on an earlier weekend so we are also going to be partying and celebrating banrion’s birthday!
I just started working on Multnomah using the sock maki I got at Fiber College in September. I needed a mindless pattern and this is fitting the bill perfectly. I highly recommend this pattern to anyone wanting to knit a shawl but not have to be tied to charts… the final projects posted on Ravelry are all lovely and I think the garter stitch just adds to the texture nicely.