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Sunday, December 14, 2014

Chocolate Covered Peanut Balls

The husband found THE BEST Christmas Treat for the Rice Krispie Treat lovers. I liked them before they cooled, before they were dipped and after they were dipped. They are SO GOOD ! ! ! ! ! ! ! And SO SIMPLE ! ! ! ! ! ! !

The recipe may look like it takes too many steps to be easy, but believe me, they are so easy and fast to make.

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Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Balls
            makes 35 - 40 balls

1 1/2 C Creamy Peanut Butter
3 T Butter
1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
1 1/2 C Powdered Sugar
3 C Milk Chocolate Chips
Option:1/4 slab Paraffin Wax
  1. In a pan, combine peanut butter and butter over low heat until melted.
  2. Remove from heat, stir in vanilla, powdered sugar and Rice Krispies. Mix to combine.
  3. Make balls using a 1" cookie scoop for correct amounts for "two bite" balls. (The mixture from the scoop may also be divided in half for "one bite" balls.)
  4. Place balls on wax paper lined cookie sheets.
  5. Freeze or refrigerate until firm.
  6. In a double boiler, melt the chocolate and wax, if desired. (Wax will help retain the gloss of the chocolate and make it easier to remove the balls when cooled.) Stir until melted.
  7. Remove from heat, dip balls into chocolate until coated, place on wax paper lined  cookie sheets to cool.
  8. Store in fridge until ready to serve.

We were talking about other things to do beside dip in chocolate. We thought we might make more and drizzle some icing over the tops and them sprinkle colored sugars over them.

Sunday, December 7, 2014

Christmas Decorations . . . 2015

What do you think of our "wall tree?"
Our living room is relatively small and with an outside door, a double door area into the dining room, three windows and a stairway taking up wall space, it was hard to find a place for a normal tree.  When I found this tree, I thought it was perfect, which it is.

All of the decorations have been made by either the kids who live behind us, my great niece and nephew here in New York. Or it is pictures of the great niece in Indiana showing off her "Christmas treasures" from Aunt Paula or, the two very special ones, paw print ornaments made when Nosy and Abby died.


Outside with and without a flash.
And lastly, a close-up of Santa.
Not great, but he makes me smile :)


Thursday, November 27, 2014

Thanksgiving Day . . . Then and Now

Today is the day I look back at the traditions of my family and the traditions that the husband and I have started.

It starts with getting the bread ready for making dressing. (Not stuffing. I am glad the husband likes his dressing made by itself, not stuffing pushed up a turkey's behind.) 

As I "break the bread," I always mentally sing the church hymn :Let Us Break Bread together."
Mom and I would stand by the sink doing the same thing, for years, and one of us would start singing and then we would sing and laugh at ourselves.

Next is the Cranberry Relish . . . not as good as it used to be, the "official" cranberry relish glass bowl broke. So now, I put it in an old tinware bowl/pan that Grandma used to keep her flour and flour sifter in. The pan and sifter were always on the shelf in the pantry ready to "bread" some meat for supper, or sift some flour for a recipe.
Not mine, but it sure looks like it.
In a food grinder, or food processor, grind 1 pound of raw cranberries
and the fruit of an orange, no pith allowed.
Mix together and add sugar to taste . . . let stand 8 - 24 hours before serving.
By now, my work for the husband's and my Thanksgiving has been done.

If I remember, I won't lick my fingers after grinding the cranberries . . . I have ALWAYS loved Cranberries . . . cooked or raw in relish. I can still remember, and I was quite young, bothering Mom while she was at the stove cooking the cranberries until they popped. I wanted to know what a raw cranberry tasted like. She told me I wouldn't like it, but, of course, I thought how could it taste bad when they taste so good when cooked?

Found out on one bite that I would NEVER eat a raw cranberry again . . . man, those puppies are N*A*S*T*Y when raw with no sugar on them.

Since the husband and I have been married, I have had to convince him to "trim down" the Thanksgiving menu. On our 1st one, (or maybe it was Christmas, the menu's run together for me) he was cooking (he is the cook in the family) and I wasn't paying attention to what h e was making or putting in the fridge.

When we "sat the table" we not only sat the table but we "sat the top of the stereo cabinet." We had more food for two people than would fit on our table in the dining room. I about died. We both decided "we" would not make as much the next year.

Well, "we" have gotten better. We are now down to this for Thanksgiving Dinner 2014: turkey breast, dressing (and we used 2 loaves of bread so we will have leftovers which we both love), green beans that came from our garden this summer, cranberries and mashed potatoes. We would have had baked sweet potatoes but our super market had a special on frozen/microwave instant potatoes so we are going that route this year. And for dessert, pumpkin pie. This year it isn't from scratch (I do love to take a pie pumpkin and make it into pumpkin puree . . . it is SO TASTY!)

I always lose  my directions for the actual pie so I think I will list some possible "resources" here:

My FAVORITE recipe . . . since I found it there will be no more "resources" needed . . . LOLOL. When reading the page it looks SO COMPLICATED, but, in reality, it is so simple. I know, when we move back to Indiana, I will be making the pumpkin pies (from scratch) for the family Thanksgiving with my brother and his family. They will be amazed that "Aunt Paula" can make something so good.

Now, it's time to go back to my Thanksgiving Christmas crocheting . . . for years I have crocheted Christmas presents today. This year, I'm finishing the last basketball hat for my nephew and his family. Next, I start on the hat's I'm giving to Miss E, her momma and her 2 aunts (my nieces.)

Later Taters . . . had to use a food phrase for today :)



Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Clothes for December

I made Miss E some "treasures" for her December, pre-Christmas attire. Even though she is staring into the camera, she does love opening the packages and seeing what she has received.

I think "big brother" is kind of excited to see what's in the box too.

When I saw this outfit (it has red leggings with polka dots, like the middle flounce.) It reminded me of an elf outfit for a girl elf.

 Here momma says she LOVES this hat. It is an owl hat (made out of "blanket fleece" yarn with bells on the top instead of "ear tufts." It was a pain to make, I don't do hooks over a size H well, so my hands were sore most of the time I worked on it . . but the cheesey grin is worth it. 


Now we have a cabbage patch Mrs Claus . . . this was the last picture . . she was getting tired of posing for pictures . . . which is rare for her :)

I wanted to make her some Christmas sweatshirts but I could not find and size 2T sweatshirts that didn't have some decoration/wording on the front. Instead I settled on long sleeved t-shirts.
Everything was going great until I tried to get the "snow writer" paint working . . . no dice. So I got out my trusty tooth picks and made the words and the "stars/snowflakes" by dipping the toothpicks in the paint.
I love the Let It Snow picture . . . I know the t-shirts are too big, but she will be able to wear them for several years . . and maybe wear them as sleep shirts in the summer.

Now, to finish Christmas presents. Last year I made red and black "sock hats" for her dad (my nephew), her mom and her 2 brothers. I put a Felix the Cat patch on them . . he is the mascot of their high school. That picture was a hoot.
They, and Matt's dad, brother and sister were in Gulf Shores last Christmas.
Their mom had died the previous Feb and she wanted some ashes spread there . . .
it was her favorite place.
This year they are all getting basketball beanies. I have E's and her mom's made. working on Matt's (dad) hat now. Will finish brothers and then decide if I am making matching hats for E, her mom and her two aunts (my nieces.) May be suffering crochet burn out by then :(

Saturday, November 22, 2014

3 Frozen Inspired Hats

Here they are . . . 
I have finally finished my 
Anna Braids hat 
to go along with the 
Elsa and Olaf hats I designed.

To be perfectly honest, 
I couldn't find the color I wanted 
for the hat that Anna wears, 
so I decided to make her hair and braids instead.

I finally found some "auburn hair" colored yarn
and away I went.


Available in my Ravelry Store for $1.00.


I'm happy with the outcome
of Anna's hair and braids.


Elsa Hat
Available in my Ravelry Store for $1.99
  

Olaf Hat
Available in my Ravelry Store for $1.99
  



If you would like to buy the hats individually,
click the link below each hat.




All 3 patterns are available in my Ravelry Store for $3.00
Just click on the link below.
 
All proceeds from this pattern will be donated 
to a no-kill animal shelter in Western New York 
or one my home state of Indiana. 
The Fur~Babies and I thank you for your purchase

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

SNoWPoCaLypSE 2014

9:15 am . . . 18 Nov 2014
 What a difference a Day Makes.
8:45 am . . . 19 Nov 2014
We had a MAJOR Lake Effect Snow Band that went across (well, really it just blew in and stayed) the southern part of Buffalo and the towns south of there . . 71" at one place.

Today is Snow Band #2 has started and it has moved north so we are under this one. 

We are getting help from all over the state. . . the National Guard is coming in, towns from all over are sending their snow equipment and rescue personnel. The State Department of Transportation is sending 160 snowplows/snow throwers here with 320 drivers so they can be on the road 24 hours a day.

Yep, it's a Marshmallow World in the Winter :)


Monday, November 17, 2014

Llama Llama

Two more Llama hats are finished for Christmas . . one great niece is 6 and the other is 3. Since one is in New York, one is in Indiana and they are on opposite sides of the family they will never know they have identical, well, almost identical hats.


We have gotten a little more snow. It covers the grass but the streets, sidewalks and driveways are just wet.

Tomorrow through Wednesday we are to get Lake Effect Snow from Lake Erie. We have heard anywhere from 3" to 8". With our luck we will either get nothing or 12"

With this in mind, I made a yarn stop today. Bought pink yarn to finish the llama hats, some olive green yarn for a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle hat and some blue yarn that is, hopefully, the right color for the Rainbow Brite pony. 

The turtle will be quick. Rainbow Bright will be easy until I get to the hair. I think I'm gong to use the Lion Brand Bon Bons for the hair, if I can find the right colors. I'm not to keen on having to buy a full skein of yarn for each of the pony hair colors . . . but we will see.

Now, I need to get busy and make some french toast from the bread pudding I made several weeks ago. I make it in a loaf pan and when it is cool I cut it into slices for french toast . . . we eat some then and wrap the rest in four slice packages. Makes me hungry just thinking of it.

Later Gators :)

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Mom's Words Came Back to Haunt Me

I was a sophomore in college when Dad euthanised my Joy. She had been a part of my family since i was four years old. As a matter of fact, when Dad brought her home he asked me to go outside to the car and bring in his work jacket (he was a railroader.) Hidden under his jacket was this black and white puppy . . . I was in heaven. Mom said she would be called Joy because she brought so much joy to us.

She is the only beagle mix I have ever seen who had only black and white fur . . . not a spot of any other color onher. And she had the SOFTEST ears. I could rub and pet those ears for hours.

After she was gone, Mom would say, "I can still hear her toenails clicking on the linoleum floor in the kitchen."

I have always felt bad because I never noticed that with Paka, Tavish or Sadie. It made me wonder why I didn't hear their toenails going across the non-carpeted floors.

Now, "the roosters have finally come home to roost." It is SO QUIET around here without Abby's vocalization. 

She was so funny . . . out of the blue you would hear her "meow." When she was in the basement, it usually happened when she had "caught" something . . . a clove, a washrag, some type of laundry she had drug out of the laundry basket. She sure thought she was a sly fox when she did her hunting. Bet she would have been a good mouser if we had mice or she was outside.

Indy is missing her too . . . she either lays on the sofa up next to me for loving or lies on the floor like she did  when Abby was sick . . . I think she misses her sounds too.

Last nigh, the husband and I were watching TV. I looked at him and said,"It  is WAY to quiet in here . . . Abby  must be in my mind telling me how much I miss her talking." 

Oh, and yes, it was talking. If we were upstars in bed, and she would start meowing downstairs, it drove the husband NUTZ. Myself, I would just say, "What 'cha got Abidale Tiddy Girl?" If I used this nickname I had for her, she would come running upstairs like a "bat out of hell." She never had anything with her, but I would find something on the dining room floor the next morning.

video

We  sure had fun, and her three fur sisters, the husband and I sure miss her . . . and we all are expressing it in our own, individual ways.




Saturday, November 15, 2014

Mady's Merida Hat

I needed a fun day and had it today.

The hubster's nephew and wife are divorcing after only 7 years of marriage. So sad for the two of them and their two young children.

Today, our nephew brought the kids home to celebrate his daughter's 6th birthday, which is Monday. She and h er 3 year old brother are a hoot . . he is 100% boy and she is 100% girl. I so love being around them to see what they have learned to do, academically and socially with each other, that I am continued to be amazed. But, then again, I do believe all siblings have that intangible bond that only they understand.

Last spring we wet to see Miss M in her dance recital . . . the theme was Disney Princesses. I asked he grandma which one did she think she would like a hat  made from. She said any one of them.

I had seen a Merida wig hat from BRAVE and fell in love with it, so Merida it was.

She wasn't too sure about  it when she opened the package . . . but once she realized what it was, she wanted to try it on. Then when she saw herself, she really liked it.



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