. . . the perfect combination. Last night we enjoyed some of the bounties of summer from our co-op (thankfully harvested by someone more tolerant of the heat and bugs than I am). Among the dinner selections was one of my favorites - fried okra.
The main reason for my post is a "sweet" discovery I made following a creative attempt to come up with a dessert without having to venture out (into the heat) to the grocery store. Look at this . . . doesn't this photo look ethereal?
Let me know what you do if you get creative and try a muffin pudding!
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
I fell in love with this Kate Spain fabric, so the Fat Quarter Shop BOM program was just what the doctor ordered (and that would be the doctor who thinks I don't have enough to do already). Thankfully a quilty friend has bitten the bullet with me, so we have an excuse to get together and sew. June's block is finished, and I'm anxious to see what the mail will bring next! (Robin, I PROMISE I'm working on Flynn's quilt; I just made the disastrous mistake of bringing my design wall downstairs only to have the frisky new kitties destroy the layout, so I'm struggling with getting it all back in the order I had it in). FYI - the block really isn't as crooked as this photo would have you believe it is. :-)