I am standing on my Greenhouse sunporch, on a Tuesday night, looking through the door to snap this unusual angle of my creative corner of the world. This looks a little like organized hoarding! I have a few too many stacks going on right now--but I have so many projects in the works, it's hard to stay put away! This has been just a hectic week with my darling daughter starting college, our family's crazy school and work schedules, and we are still working on a big backyard beautification project. I cherish the time I can get inside, right now, to stitch, work on my new art journal, and my Etsy store plans (which will include some embroidered baby dresses--sew excited!) Come winter, I will be just the opposite!
So in my stacks here, I've pulled out one of my very very favorite vintage cookbooks--a cookbook that is a classic staple in my life.
It's the Silver Palate Cookbook! Who doesn't love this thing! I've made sooo many recipes from this book--note all the posties marking pages. I need to replace those with new page markers. But anyhoo...I have had the urge to take a day at home, when I'm busy stitching, and make puff pastry. Making puff pastry is so fun, because it's not that it's so much work...it's just that it rests for an hour at a time, inbetween rollings. I love making a batch, and being able to freeze some so it's at the ready any time!
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In the meantime, Joseph has grabbed my foot and wants me to stop blogging!
Eat, Write, Dream, Stitch what's on your work table!
|"I like feet. So?" --Joseph|