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    JanRN ... Good thing it's Friday, and you're in nurse mode!

    OKSGlad ................... and drag DH along a-kicking-and-a-screaming for his update shot too!!! Then plead with DS and his brood to do the same!

    Anael ... hope your day gets better! Wish me luck on the roads today. Friday drivers are idiots at the best of times. Add on the 13th ........... YIKES!!!!!!!!!
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    I wish you luck QuiltE!

    I should have listened to myself. Started FMQ and thought.......oh where's the backing gone?? Oh yes, ripping time. Now I really am going to watch a movie. I've had it for today!!!
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    Jan...it's a good thing that you're here to keep us medically in line!...and I'm so happy for you that you got the retirement decision made. Welcome to your next stage of life.
    OK...I sewed my finger into a stocking hat I was making for my little brother when I was about 8. Mom was outside and I wasn't really supposed to be playing the the sewing machine...treadle...so I backed the needle out and I was busted when she saw what happened. Didn't matter that I was keeping my DB occupied. I still remember the disbelief when my finger wouldn't move away from the needle.
    Honchey...so glad you're feeling better. Happy travels.
    QNS...what a great block from GrannyQ....remind us again on the 19th....glad you're getting a second opinion. I talked to a woman on Wednesday that had had a blood vessel break in her brain and it took them 2 months to finally give her a correct diagnosis!
    Anael...thanks for the laughs....not everyone would tell on themselves for spilling the coffee twice! I do hope your day has settled down a bit.
    i have all my MB's done although I want to modify one for sure, maybe two. I have to get a picture of this months to the inspector and get it in the mail.
    Yesterday I discovered that I had 2 borders to attach to the Jamestown although only one to quilt. I got that to the point that I have one seam left...remember this is QAYG...and the binding. I want to cook up some apples since it cooled down so not much sewing today. Stay safe everyone...
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    Yikes, OK, keep those fingers back out of the way of the needle!

    My Mother was born on a Friday the 13th. I think of that numerous times a year since she died in 1981 of cancer. Had many problems in her life, but there were good memories, as well. I can see how blessed I was by looking at her life, as Mothers often look for their children to have better lives...it has happened in many ways. She was a kind soul who never said a bad thing about anyone else and that is quite an inherited factor, I try to life up too.

    Cooler this week, wonderful weather. I am resting the knee, staying out of the drivers side of the car, staying out of the car and truck, and truly trying to rest it more. I have read two books, sewn in the sewing room on a MB I need to finish as soon as I can. Claim you are Irish for the Day, and the 13th is your *lucky* day. Have a good day!!

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    RE: tetanus shot--that's one thing our MD's check with routinely. So that's okay. I did think of it Jan shortly after it happened. My grandfather survived lockjaw when he was very young. Not sure of the circumstances and now everyone's gone who would know.

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    Back! safe and sound ... can I make it thru the rest of the 13th safely, here at home?

    OKSGlad ... good that your Drs do keep an eye on that! Though I bet your Grandfather's story, is enough to remind you. We had a neighbour that survived too after a long long hospital stay. He was one of those people everyone loves and respects! They ran a large elevator business and his DD nagged all the farmer's around to get their shot, and not risk being like her Dad. She came short of setting up a clinic ... which I was surprised she didn't do. Chances are the medics wouldn't cooperate because of the location. What kind of cake are we going to devour in the RV?

    GGal ... did you get your apples done? I did mine the other day, in two crockpots, then froze the applesauce in yogurt containers.


    Cooler here today again ... brrrr!!!!!!!
    Back into needing our woolies ... highest I saw it while gone was 10C, but mostly single digits.
    So I think that also tells me, that I should do some baking tonight!!
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    QuiltE, do you only bake when it's single digits? What are you baking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anael View Post
    QuiltE, do you only bake when it's single digits? What are you baking?
    Oh heavens no!
    Though there is something "comforting" about natural oven warmth combined with the aromas!

    I do try to avoid turning on the oven, when it's naturally oven-like thanks to the ridiculous HHH weather we had earlier this week!

    What? cookies for munchies at the fair next week .... would do something zucchini like being that I have one of the beasts in the frig, though so far, I have received no inspiration, and don't feel like experimenting with one that is not tried and proven!

    And while the oven is on, I should toss in for supper too!!!
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    I can't help you with zucchini recipes either as I don't like it. Cookies I do like
    I'm calling it a day, took my antibiotics, will feed KK and go to bed and read a bit. Tomorrow is another day, hopefully I won't need that much painkillers anymore!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anael View Post
    I can't help you with zucchini recipes either as I don't like it. Cookies I do like
    I'm calling it a day, took my antibiotics, will feed KK and go to bed and read a bit. Tomorrow is another day, hopefully I won't need that much painkillers anymore!
    Hope that you ahd KK had a good movie night together!
    Oven is on ... Farmer's Daughter Cookie recipe is ready to brew up.
    Found a zucchini loaf that I have made before, that's OK, but not phenomenal.
    Will make it if the energy and interest is still there, after the cookies are done.

    Here's to a good sleepy night for you Anael ......
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    QuiltE, check your regular email from me. Quick and tasty zucchini recipes; want a report back on which one you did chose.

    Anael, that sounds like a good way to end the day, reading a book and resting.

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    I got some sewing into day but also spent some time in the clubhouse designing a card for a friend who wanted a "nice" invitation. She chose the one with the leafy background so I will be cutting materials between now and when she comes over Monday afternoon to help me assemble them.

    I have the 3rd border on the airplane quilt. The binding strips are sewn together. I was in the middle of sewing the two colors together (I am doing a binding w/flange) when DH got home tonight. Watching a movie now but might go out later and try to get the binding sewn on....we'll see.
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    Carriem what a beautiful card, can't wait to see the aeroplane quilt, nearly finished

    Honchey I just heard on the news about the New Jersey Boardwalk going up in flames, is that near you, it looks dreadful, fire is so devastating. They are saying that it will be rebuilt.

    We are having our annual tv advertisements advising everyone to get cyclone ready, our bad wet weather season starts next month, so time to restock the pantry.

    Now it is time for me to head to the sewing room, secret project going on will post a pic soon I promise
    Karen

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    To all my Quilty Cooking Friends ....
    Does anyone have a really good
    and really easy (as in few ingredients)




    I'm wanting to make one tomorrow/Friday.

    Please and Thanks!
    QuiltE: I wish that I had known sooner, I would have sent you my zucchini bread recipe, makes 2 in a bread loaf pan, but is more like a dessert than bread.

    OK: Hope your finger is feeling OK today.
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    OH OH Ninasue please send me Zucchini recipes my plants died this year... so I am really missing the fresh zukes

    ooooh what is Mirrabelle up too??? her hints have got my curiosity going!

    I went fabric shopping... TWICE today! Lots of FQ for the rest of my MBs, and a good Navy Kona for my SYE. I started a new project today.... but it is only ONE LITTLE project...
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    For the cool weather:

    Slow Cooked Beef Stew

    2 lbs. beef stew meat, cubed
    tsp. salt
    tsp. black pepper
    1 clove minced garlic
    1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
    1 tsp. paprika
    1 bay leaf
    cup flour
    1 chopped celery stalk
    1 chopped onion
    4 sliced carrots
    4 diced potatoes
    1 cups beef broth

    Set the crock pot on low. In a bowl, mix together the salt, pepper and flour. Add the cubed beef and coat it in this mixture. Once the beef is entirely covered, empty the entire bowl into the crock pot. Add in the rest of the ingredients, cover and cook on either low for 8 hours or high for 6 hours.


    D-D sent you an email.Enjoy!

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    BlueBell ... I'm still interested, as I had a major problem when making the cookies, so the loaves were abandoned! Maybe Sunday? as I'm away tmro/Saturday.

    QNSue ... thanks for the zucchini email, though the attachment was just the cover page, and no recipes to be found. Stew is a favourite any time of the year!

    DDamsel ... yea for TWO in one day! Did you buy your DJ fabric too?

    MiraB ... so what's so top secret? You like your secrets so well, you should write a mystery novel! Get those cyclone supplies ready .......... I know you have your quilting supplies already!
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    I'm working on it, slow going at present, DD and I are making this together hint hint hint
    Karen

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    Something for the young lady, Mirabelle??

    QuiltE, just follow the address: http://health.com/health/gallery/0...20509747,00.html Somewhere I have zucchini cookie recipe; I will look for that one.

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    Ok it takes you to their site, then look for recipes, and type in zucchini search and you get recipes like this one:
    ngredients

    • 1/4 cup dry breadcrumbs
    • 1/4 cup (1 ounce) grated fresh Parmesan cheese
    • 1/4 teaspoon seasoned salt
    • 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
    • 1/8 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
    • 2 tablespoons fat-free milk
    • 2 1/2 cups (1/4-inch-thick) slices zucchini (about 2 small)
    • Cooking spray

    Preparation

    Preheat oven to 425.
    Combine first 5 ingredients in a medium bowl, stirring with a whisk. Place milk in a shallow bowl. Dip zucchini slices in milk, and dredge in breadcrumb mixture. Place coated slices on an ovenproof wire rack coated with cooking spray; place rack on a baking sheet. Bake at 425 for 30 minutes.

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    I just have to share quick that the binding is sewn on...just needs to be sewn "down". I will pick up the thread I need for that when I work tomorrow.

    I have a good zucchini bars recipe...the sheet has some other recipes on it too I think. I'll look in the morning though...time for bed now.

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    ok here is a sneak peek, this has taken me all day and I haven't sewn a stitch on the machine now it is time to cook dinner
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    MiraB ... before I left, I just had to check to see if you were finished .....
    Oooooh myyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!
    There's going to be one wee Miss squealing with delight!!!!
    Christmas present?
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    Wish you a good trip, QuiltE.

    Hope Honchey had a good trip home.

    Mirabelle, its so lovely in thought and deed, I can see why you can hardly keep the secret.

    JanRN, can we expect more news of FART trips or see results with the Sweet Sixteen work since you are not working as much?

    GardenGal, love your Aim for Accuracy work.

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    Hi Guys, We arrived home safe & sound...10 hrs 15 min trip...I drove for about 2 hrs and my leg swelled on me...did some shopping at Sams's for my part for the reunion today....Received a phone call from DS...My youngest GS Tommy is in the hospital...didn't feel well in school..high temps..sent home..Mom get's dressed to take him to the DR..finds him in the bedroom on the floor unconsious..Paramedics take him to the ER and is now staying for observation..It sounds like appendicitis to me...DS slept at the hospital last night.. we received the news at 3 a.m. Now I don't know if DS & other GS will be going with us...everything is on hold for the moment...
    My leg isn't swollen this morning...I know it will be tonight...What to do &*^&$%%#...
    If allowed, we'll try to get close enough to see the damage from the fire...we'll only be about 1/2-3/4 of a mile the way the crow flies away from it..

    That's going to be a lovely quilt Mirabelle for "your" little girl...

    MB & Carriem..for the two of you having shoulder problems you certainly don't show it!!!

    I have a recipe for Zucchini Bread I got from My son when he was in 5th grade..doctored it up a bit and & won a ribbon at the county fair!!! Have to find the recipe for you guys.. How about we have a "PC Riders Chuckwagon Cook Book"???
    get it published and become famous!!!
    I have to get ready for the reunion..Cold Broccoli Salad with spinach/torn rotisserie chicken/dried cranberries,cherries,sunflower seeds/real bacon bits& bacon dressing...It's sooo good...
    See ya later gators...H.

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