. . .finished these keychains. I found them in my night stand. I just had to sew in ends and add the chains (UFO completed).
. . .finished this order of purple hot pads. Just need to deliver them.
Here is a photo of the Mexican Street Corn I made.
I didn't "char" the corn completely, but it was very good with using thawed (off the cob) corn. I am sort of looking forward to re-vamping my herb garden now. The corn contains green onion and parsley. Yum! It was also the first time to try the mexican cheese the recipe required.
Yesterday I got smart and did all of my cooking and baking first thing. Dish washing went much smoother. I pulled the very last ham bone from the freezer, some split peas, the last bag of frozen garden carrots, a few celery cubs from the freezer, added diced potatoes and some fire powder (vs. onion) from the pantry - split pea/ham bone soup.
I also made biscuits for the first time, using almond flour. I wanted something to go with the soup other than a sandwich, but low carb. I found a recipe online, and used my home ground garlic, home ground onion, sour cream I pulled from the freezer and a bit of cheese (all organic). I literally forgot to add the 4 Tbsp. of melted butter.
I was a bit worried they browned too much, but they were so delicious. Very moist biscuit, and very flavorful. No need for butter. I will be making these again. Even without the butter.
They grew great and multiplied like crazy until last year. I will be digging my herb garden out, layering black mesh and cardboard and filling it in with new soil (which means digging out the problematic rose bed across the sidewalk).