Here are my new cards. I have been having quite a time creating. These are my latest efforts… just for you. Enjoy… & buy, ha ha!
I’m working on a new painting, “Treasures of the Sea”. It is in revision now, more to come…
EASY LENTILS WITH CORNBREAD.
This little, easy recipe for lentil stew is the SOOOO GOOD! I have made this a few times and I can tell you, it is EASY & DELICIOUS! Here is the recipe: ENJOY!
1/4 Cup Olive Oil 1 Can Stewed Tomatoes
1/2 Red Onion, small chop 1Cup Lentils
1-2 Carrots, Sliced Thin 3 Cups Water
2 Cloves Garlic, Minced Season Salt, Pepper, Parsley & Smoked Paprika to taste.
(May make it spicy with the addition of chilis, etc. but, I found that the paprika is enough)
In the Olive Oil, sauté the Onion, Carrots, & Garlic till tender, stirring occasionally, about 5 minutes.
Add the Tomatoes & cook 1-2 minutes.
Add Lentils, Water & Seasonings bring to a boil & reduce to a simmer.
Cover & cook till Lentils are cooked through, but still have some bite, about 12-15 minutes.
Serve with Cornbread… and, a little jam on the side, maybe…? ENJOY a quick & easy dinner! YUMMY! & HEALTHY TOO…
MY HUSBAND’S OLDS…
A CLASSIC & rare car. My husband is finally selling our classic car! Has to, cause he’s not able to work on it anymore. Kinda sad, but it will go to another enthusiast to enjoy. The link is to “Letgo” selling… check it out! Wonderfull experience!
I’m SO doing this!! Have been looking for ways to economize since… forever! and, now I’m looking for a great, easy to clean & upkeep floor. I think I found it!! Let me know what you all think.
Project: Brown paper bag floors stained to look like stained concrete.
Costs: Less than $100 to do a normal sized dining room floor. (Seriously!)
Goal: To not have to rip up the floor after killing my back because it looked cheap and stupid.
Outcome: Freaking amazing!
Brown paper bags– you know the stuff. Your groceries were placed in them when we were kids during the pre reusable bags era. However, for this project I cheated and used a roll of brown paper that I purchased from Hobby Lobby– aka– my favorite place on earth and if only I had more time.
For the adhesive, I went to Home Depot and purchased wall paper glue. Then I watered it down a bit to make it less thick. 4:1 ratio glue: water. I just used mini wax stain that I picked up at HD as well. Lesson learned– let the glue dry…
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