What’s for supper?

Dear Royce:

Black Bean Chili: Do try it and let me know. I think I could actually make it sometime soon. Seemed like I had most of the ingredients! I also have a soup recipe in my Allrecipes.com soup folder that was quite good.

Miniatures:  You don’t know where all your stuff is?? Yes, I do know where it is, but it’s in boxes here,  there, and everywhere. My space is crowded—I still have a pile of boxes in the corner of every room. I have to get going on projects that are at floor level so I can make more space. My “creative” work surface in the den is covered with files and shelf brackets and so forth. You should probably do a Debbie Young Town Square project first since they are small! That’s the project I’d like to unearth to work on first and finish! I really wish I had them all!

Horrocks is pretty wonderful.  You could run out to the Farmer’s market on Tuesday and Friday mornings!

I hope you get a Joe Trader’s! We stopped at one in the Detroit area a few weeks ago. Lots of interesting things in there.

I know what you were muttering last night. Actually, I’m quite sure you weren’t really muttering.

It was sunny today! I just put a bunch of root veggies in the Ninja—rutabaga, potatoes, onions, carrots, plus cabbage. I was inspired by this recipe, not the one in the image below. In the old days this was called “boiled dinner.” I wish I had some horseradish sauce. I do have some horseradish pickles…..

Boiled Dinner

Hugs,

~Snow

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About snowandroyce

Snow and Royce are friends. For a long time, Snow lived in a Southern state quite near Royce. Then Snow moved back home to the Northern land of her birth. They decided to start blogging just to keep in touch because email, Facebook, and other forms of digital communication just aren't quite enough. Royce has a dog named Joe. She likes miniatures, knitting, her grandchildren, vodka, and gadgets in no particular order. Snow likes knitting, miniatures, and would like to be a voracious reader, if only she could stay awake.
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