Monday, November 26, 2007

After Thanksgiving

Two piece 4" molds that held the pecan pies. They were so yummy! This picture should have been at the bottom, but I deleted it and had to reload it here. I'm still learning!!!!
I really love these cookies, you can only get them at Aldi, in our little village. Too bad they are a seasonal product. A couple of Speculaas (well, actually 3) and a glass of fresh goat's milk, makes a perfect cookie break in the afternoon. Just had some.


Front of the sweater started (looks bluish for some reason, but the real color is Oxford gray) and coming right along.



Some of the dishes drying, and these were all preparation dishes, the meal dishes were done by the invited guests *who would not take NO for an answer*




Some of several pans and glasses drying.
We are recovering from this cold. I keep having to put castor oil on my lips--they are so chapped--Castor oil is so good for so many things. In the winter it makes a very good salve/ointment for chapped hands and lips. Moisten the area with water first, then apply a little castor oil. Our grandmothers knew well the use of this wonderful oil. When I learn to place links I will refer you to the websites that have good and useful information.

"Seest thou a man wise in his own conceit? there is more hope of a fool than of him." Pro 26:12
In His hands, ^__^

1 comment:

Daisy said...

It looks like you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! The food looks delicious! What a lovely blog you have started here. I will come and visit often.
Daisy