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31  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / Re: wee felted owl on spools on: June 22, 2014 06:32:01 AM
Oh, that is so great! I absolutely love it!
32  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Meal Planning and Prep Cook-Along on: June 21, 2014 04:27:42 PM
We grew up mostly vegetarian (mom married a carnivore for a few years but aside from that, all veg all the time) but even so, we're very careful to minimize soy in favour of whole grains, beans, cheese and eggs for protein. We recently started to incorporate small portions of organic pastured meat (I figured feeding my kids actual food was better than having to supplement iron, B12, taurine, methionine, etc etc etc Tongue) but it's a small amount, we eat lots of plant sources of protein.

ETA ooh, best roast chicken dinner Evar! I bought some pre-chopped slaw (just cabbage and carrot) from the market and stirred it in with the onion, shallot, celery, carrot, parsnip, white and purple potato mix in the bottom of the dutch oven. A little salt, some thyme sprigs, the chicken (breast down) with a bit of oil poured over and some more salt. Oh man... the slaw disappeared into a delicious carmelized mash on the bottom of the pan SO GOOD!
I'm thinking this is going to be our regular Saturday night dinner. I have that day off and spend it with the kids at the market anyhow. Might as well. My first planned meal, woo hoo! Ok, or another roast but roast for sure on that night from now on. It'll make nice soup for the rest of the week, whatever it is.
33  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Baked Eggs in Zucchini Nest on: June 21, 2014 12:46:17 PM
Goodness, that looks amazing!
34  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Meal Planning and Prep Cook-Along on: June 21, 2014 12:44:09 PM
I'm going to make a chicken! It's my standard dutch oven arrangement: onions, celery, root veggies, brussel sprouts (because we ALL love them here) with thyme and wine or beer at 450F for an hour. I love that dutch oven. The left overs go in the crock pot for bone broth. I have to go out for the root veggies and the beer/wine though, lol. I am very much less than organized at the moment...
35  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Meal Planning and Prep Cook-Along on: June 20, 2014 03:16:06 PM
http://www.inspiralized.com/

That's a great site Always! I have exactly that spiralizer too, ha.

Today at work we cleared the freezer, that means I got organic free range pastured meats for half off. I brought home a Big box full, had to clear out my freezer. Now I'll have to clean out the fridge to fit a few things to defrost for meals next week. That's a solid box of meat in there right now for Such a great price, wow.
36  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / Re: 2014 DeStash-Along on: June 20, 2014 03:05:28 PM
Teesha Moore "poptarts" are the best mini quilting projects I know of, I really like those teeny lovely little things Cheesy.
37  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: Bag from Suit Jacket and Neck Ties on: June 20, 2014 01:38:48 PM
What?! I LOVE this! Ooh, what a great way to use up old suit jackets, amazing idea!
38  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Meal Planning and Prep Cook-Along on: June 20, 2014 01:35:48 PM
Maremare, that brussel sprouts and blueberry dish is a lil' questionable, lol, but the rest of them looked pretty great!
39  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / Re: 2014 DeStash-Along on: June 20, 2014 01:32:02 PM
Gaudiknight this is when you take up beading  or embroidery, teeny weeny little projects that take up little space but TONS of time Cheesy.
Except I also have sewing, papercraft, yarn work, wood burning, clay, etc etc added to those, lol.
40  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / Re: 2014 DeStash-Along on: June 20, 2014 03:26:44 AM
Oh, the fiberfil I use up by the truckload for sock monkeys and monsters, you need way more than you think. That stuff seems like a lot but it's easy to get rid of Smiley.
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