Things "I have made or tried"
Things "I have made or tried"
- 36 Pins
Awesome collection of 100 FREE Holiday fonts | These are the best fonts to use for your holiday cards, party invitations and printables!
100 Free, Free Fonts, Free Holidays, Christmas Fonts, Holidays Cards, Holidays Fonts, Best Fonts, Holidays Free, Blog Design
Looking for a Holiday Font or Christmas Font? These are the best fonts to use for your holiday cards, party invitations and printables!
100 Best Holiday Free Fonts | Moritz Fine Blog Designs
Made this with 3 Bi-fold doors, cut some shelves, added crown and put on a lazy susan. Once the bling was added... I call it a swiveling locker.
Buckets Lists, Lazy Susan, Mud Rooms, Rooms Ideas, Gardens Art, Blake Rooms, Samaya Rooms, Bi Folding Doors, Girls Rooms
Oh Christmas Tree. Made from some srcap lumber I found, a 5 gal paint stick, scrapbook paper and a little Cricut magic.
Scrape Lumber, Christmas Time, Christmas Crafts, Scrap Lumber Christmas Trees, Paintings Sticks Projects, Scrapbook Paper, Christmas Projects, Cricut, Gal Paintings
Oh Christmas Tree. Made from some scrap lumber I found, a 5 gal paint stick, scrapbook paper and a little Cricut magic.
Oh Christmas Tree. Made from some scrap lumber I found, a 5 gal paint stick and a little Cricut magic.
Paint Stick Christmas Trees- the kids painted the sticks on GO! Day. Adults used paint pens to write various Christmas carols. We use plaster of Paris to hold the trees in small, metal buckets. We put dried moss over top the plaster. Then we tied a red bow around the bucket.
BeThankful made from reclaimed cupboard door. Cost $2, already sold for $15
Reclaimed Cupboards, Cupboards Doors
SNOW blocks out of 2x4
Seasons Crafts, Crafts Ideas, Snow Blocks, Holly Jolly, Super Saturday, Worth, Snowman Obsession, Christmas Projects, 2X4 Projects
SNOW blocks out of 2x4....need to make these for my snowman obsession.
Made some sets of this wood nativity today for the craft fair.
Simple Native, Gifts Ideas, Wooden Native, Native Scene, Woods Blocks, Native Crafts, Families, Nativity Scen, Native Sets
@Kristin Ott Maybe you can make this nativity set for the boys at the Pinterest Party? Hahaha I had no idea what it actually was until I read the caption that said "Wooden Nativity Scene" Really?
nativity scene from simple wood blocks. Have to admit that this would look cute as a family too, would have to add a slightly larger child to, but could be done.
Wooden Nativity Craft or for families
Look at this cute but simple nativity scene or just for a family with a new or first baby
Simple nativity scene - good gift idea
This is our favorite way to eat broccoli of all time! My husband says he would rather eat this than fries. I put a few Tbsp of olive oil in a ziploc with some salt and pepper and the broccoli and shake. Then spread on a cookie sheet and spread minced garlic over it and roast at 425 deg F for 20-25 minutes.
The Best Broccoli of Your Life. LOVE this recipe. A nice change
Eating For Life Recipe, Olives Oil, Broccoli Recipe, Cooking Healthy For One, Roasted Broccoli, Barefoot Contessa, Broccoli On Cookies Sheet, Brocolli Side Dishes, Best Broccoli Of Your Life
The Best Broccoli of Your Life. PRE-HEAT 425. 4 to 5 lbs. of broccoli cut into florets. (if washed dry throughly). Put broccoli on cookie sheet and toss with 5 tblsp olive oil, 1 1/2 tsp kosher salt, 1/2 tsp fresh ground pepper. toss in 4 garlic cloves - peeled and sliced. Roast in oven 20-25 minutes. Take it out of oven and zest and squeeze juice of a lemon over the broccoli, 1 1/2 tblsp more olive oil, 3 tblsp toasted pine nuts, 1/3 cup grated parmesan cheese, 2 tblsp cut basil.
The Best Broccoli of Your Life November 10, 2008 | By Adam Roberts | 152 Comments IMG_1.JPG You know you’ve done something right with broccoli when the person you made it for describes it to someone else the next day as “better than biting into a steak.” Those were Craig’s words and they were a marked change from the first words he uttered about the broccoli, before he bit in: “You made broccoli for dinner? Broccoli and sweet potatoes?” Then he did bite in and his eyes lit up. “Oh my God,” he said. “This is the best broccoli I’ve ever had in my life.” Later he said: “If parents made this broccoli for their kids, kids wouldn’t hate broccoli. They’d beg for it.” So what did I do to the broccoli to make it taste so good? I can’t take any credit. The credit goes to that formidable force in my foodie life; namely, The Barefoot Contessa. From the very beginning, when I used to go to book stores and copy recipes out of her books on little index cards that I kept in my pocket, Ina Garten’s recipes have proved to be that perfect combination of simple yet sophisticated; she maximizes flavors in ways that are both ingenious and incredibly replicable. Anyone can do an Ina recipe yet when you taste the finished product, it doesn’t taste that way; it tastes like it was made by a pro. I’m going to have a hard time this week not posting all of the recipes from her new book, Back To Basics. In the past few days alone, I’ve made her roasted pears with blue cheese and walnuts; her roasted sweet potato wedges (which I wrote about in the previous post); and from her “Parties!” book, her butternut squash soup and her roasted pork loin. As you can tell from these recipe titles, The Barefoot Contessa loves roasting. Specifically, she loves roasting vegetables at a high temperature until they caramelize. That’s the basic premise of most of her vegetable recipes in most of her cookbooks and that’s precisely what makes her broccoli recipe the best you’ve ever had. Normally, broccoli gets squishy when you cook it. Not this broccoli; it develops an amazing brown crust in spots. Then you toss it with lemon juice, lemon zest, and Parmesan cheese and you’re in heaven. Seriously, this recipe is so easy I can recite it without looking at the book. (Ok, I’m lying, I’m about to open the book just to double check….) You preheat the oven to 425. Take 4 to 5 pounds of broccoli (I just got two large bunches), cut into florets (but relatively big ones.) Here’s the key that she doesn’t mention in the recipe: dry them THOROUGHLY. That is, if you wash them. I saw an episode of Julia Child cooking with Jacques Pepin once when Pepin revealed he doesn’t wash a chicken before putting it in a hot oven: “The heat kills all the germs,” he said in his French accent. “If bacteria could survive that oven, it deserves to kill me.” By that logic, then, I didn’t wash my broccoli; I wanted it to get crispy and brown. If you’re nervous, though, just wash and dry it obsessively. Now, it’s easy. Put the broccoli on a cookie sheet. Toss with olive oil, salt and pepper. (She says 5 Tbs olive oil, 1 1/2 tsps kosher salt, 1/2 tsp fresh ground pepper, but I just eyeballed it.) Now add 4 garlic cloves that are peeled and sliced and toss them in too. IMG_2.JPG Roast in the oven 20 to 25 minutes, until “crisp-tender and the tips of some of the florets are browned.” I shook the pan around a bit as it went, but not sure that’s necessary. When it’s done, take it out of the oven–and here’s where it gets really good–zest a lemon over the broccoli, squeeze the lemon juice over the broccoli, add 1.5 Tbs more olive oil, 3 Tbs toasted pine nuts (I left those out), and 1/3 cup of freshly grated Parmesan cheese. She also has you add 2 Tbs julienned fresh basil, but I left that out too. IMG_3.JPG You won’t miss it: the magic combo of the crispy broccoli, the garlic, the lemon and the cheese will make this the best broccoli of your life. I guarantee it; you will go ga-ga over it. I’m so ga-ga over it that I would seriously consider a trip right now to the store just so I could make this for lunch. Broccoli for lunch? After trying this, you’ll never want to eat anything else for breakfast, lunch or dinner ever again.
"The Best Broccoli of Your Life" Barefoot Contessa's roasted broccoli recipe
artichoke bread...insane! It really was!
Sour Cream, Breads Recipe, Breads Yum, Spinach Artichokes, Artichoke Dip, Artichokes Dips Breads, Artichokes Breads, Artichokes Cheese, Closet Cooking
Artichoke Dip Bread 1 can artichoke 2 green onions 2 cloves garlic 1 4 oz soft cream cheese 1/4 c mayonnaise 1/2 c sour cream 1/2 c mozzarella 1/4 c Parmesan 1 loaf Italian bread Mix all ingredients. Reserve some cheese for top. Cut bread in half and cut out centers. Fill the “bread boats” & top with reserved cheese. Bake 350 covered in foil for first 20 minutes. Remove foil and bake until the cheese is melted and golden brown.
Artichoke Bread (like spinach artichoke dip without having to actually dip!)
Artichoke cheese bread!! YUM!
Artichoke Dip Bread Yum
spinach artichoke dip bread
Artichoke Dip Bread #recipe #appetizer
Artichoke Bread. Like spinach and artichoke dip built right into the bread. - from Closet Cooking
Chipotle Chicken Skewers with Creamy Cilantro Dipping Sauce. This was delicious, but use about 1/2 the lime.