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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Yummy, Less Fat Cookies!

I have made Toll House Cookies for many, many years. They are always yummy and gone in a day or so. The recipe calls for 2 sticks of butter/marjarine. About 15 years ago I started to only put in one stick of butter. The cookies were great! Recently, I cut out a few more tablespoons of butter only putting in 6 tablespoons as opposed to the full 8. The cookies still turn out great. I add the full 2 1/4 cups of flour. You can find the full recipe on the back of the Nestle brand Chocolate Chips, (and usually on the back of any brand of chocolate chips.)
Here is the dough:
Here are the finished cookies:That's what works for me!
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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Keep Your Clothes Clean, Wear an Apron!

Sweet Pink Apron: SOLD OUT

Reversible! I can't decide which side I like better!


Close-up of the other side

Cost: $15.00 plus $3 for shipping SOLD OUT

Hawaiin Print Apron - Simple, shorter, good for Men or Women


My son as the model, I think he loves it

Cost: $10 plus $3 for shipping

Striped Apron

And he models again!

Cost: $10 plus $3 for shipping

Are you looking for that Green Paisley Apron - sorry, it SOLD!

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Aprons Coming!

I am yearning to get Aprons made! I love my apron; wear it all the time!

Here is my son modeling it for you:

They are coming...THIS WEEK!

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Goolash Recipe

This recipe came from my Aunt Riita. She taught my mom, my mom taught me...I will now share it with you!

For my family of 6 at home, these are my portions:

8 bags of BEEF Top Ramen
7 medium zucchini - peeled, cut in half lengthwise and cut chunky
1 pound cooked/browned ground beef
About 4 cups of water

In large sauce pan, put the water, then crumble up the Top Ramen, put the noodles in the pan. Add the cooked/browned ground beef. Open all the season packets, add to the pot, stir. Add the chunked up zucchini (they are raw).

Put the heat on high (how I like to cook). Cover. Let cook for about 3 - 4 minutes. Check and stir. When it is done, the noodles are cooked, there is not much liquid. This is NOT a soup. If you find you need more liquid to cook the noodles, add it; just not too much. You many need to check and stir a few times. Suddenly the zucchini will be cooked.

Very yummy.

This is what is left in the pot after the first servings. The pot was mostly empty by the time everyone finished.