Pantry Time in My House
Hello my friends from all over the world.
I'm at the time of year that I wrap up the garden. In the Bulkley Valley, the rains have begun and chilly weather is tempting me to light up the woodstove
This means the last of jams or pickles being made. Mr. GEQ loves his homemade bread and its so easy to do with my KitchenAid machine that takes the kneading right out of it.
Mr.GEQ suggested I enter my bread into the local Fall Fair, but he forgot that we were fishing that week. So I'll leave that for my friend of the Quick W.I. who make fabulous bread too!
I made up a Banana Cake and froze it for Mr. GEQ who is a slim as a tall drink of water and can eat all of it.
Apple Rhubard Jam. If you want to give it a try, search for this title online, many versions are available.
Carli's Mixed Pickle that brings a cheer to the dinner table its so popular!
My pantry shelf is beginning to fill up.
And last but not least, I'm preparing a Hexie project for the All Points Patchwork Book Tour later on in September.
I'm having fun getting more daring with English Paper Piecing.
Happy Quilting Everyone!
Thanks Caroline for the lovely pictures, gorgeous home made bread, wonderful jams and pickles, good for you!ReplyDelete
mmmm - how I wish computers had evolved so far as to offer smell-o-vision!! That bread must smell SOOO good!!ReplyDelete
Your EPP project looks neat, love the star pattern and would love to taste some of the bread and pickels.ReplyDelete
They look delicious.
Yum, your bread looks wonderful. Got a favorite recipe to share?ReplyDelete
Your bread looks glorious. I can almost smell it. I have a bread maker that I used to use all the time. However, my husband's headache diet doesn't allow homemade bread so my baby sits idle. Maybe I should get it out and give it a try with a bread mix and see if it causes a migraine.ReplyDelete
Oh yum! Everything looks so delicious!ReplyDelete