Published February 1, 2012
Tags: dessert, filling, miniatures, pastry, pie, sweet
When I first made these homemade poptarts back in Utah, I knew they would be good if not for my baking faux pas.
This time, though, they exceeded expectations and were delicious! Some were filled with raspberry jam, some with semisweet chocolate chips, and some with passionfruit jelly that I bought last time I visited Robert is Here. This fabulous exotic tropical fruit stand makes my bimonthly trips north worth the long drive!
I found the recipe via SmittenKitchen (of course…that’s my favorite food blog!).
Published July 11, 2009
Tags: breakfast, miniatures, pancakes
A few weeks ago I made pancakes for a weekend breakfast. Nothing fancy, but I came across this funny memory:
You may be thinking that these are for the baby, but NO. They’re for the spoiled husband.
Two weeks ago I reinjured my back (after throwing it out horribly in December and thinking I was fully recovered). Last weekend, Zach piled of huge stack of laundry on our bed to get it out of the construction zone downstairs. The idea of folding laundry, or even pushing it off the bed to lay down, was excruciating…it hurt just to climb into bed. I burst into tears when my sister Jeaka called to see how I was feeling. She picked me up and took me and the Boogedy to my mom’s to take a nap, then she came back to my house and folded and put away all the clothes.
She deserved a little present.
Mini Medusa tosses her head as if to say “No, I can’t go out tonight, I have to wash my snakes .”
This petite gorgon (mabye 2 inches high) is from Creepy Cute Crochet, a book that Jeaka had checked out from the library, and then loaned me with the intent that I might take a hint! The patterns in the book were super simple, and I learned a few new techniques! I used Koigu, of course. I love that yarn, I would have every color, if I could. And I’d never get sick of it.