Sunday, September 25, 2011

Sunday Inspirations

These Dresser Planters are so nifty and a wonderful way to get more plants into the house or even outside.

Along a similar line these Mason Jar Wall Planters are very rustic looking and nifty!

I haven’t been doing much sewing lately, but these blocks at the top of this post make me want to get the Living Large 2 booklet and make some of them.

Love the illusion this scarf creates!

Thesefelt broaches are very nifty looking!

Recipes I’d like to try:

I love the thought of making Homemade Ketchup, one it takes the worry out of the whole gluten free aspect, but also you could so tweak it to fit your own style.

As I am trying to figure out other things to make with veggies, this Zucchini Gratin sounds yummy!

Pickled Green Tomatoes sound super interesting to try, as does Green Tomato Salsa!

These Tuna Patties could easily be made gluten free and sound yummy.

Since barbeque sauce that is tasty and gluten free can be hard to find, I am interested in trying to home-make some and this Spicy Barbeque Sauce sounds like it would be good to try.

Along the same vein, this Raspberry-Chipotle Barbeque Sauce sounds interesting and yummy!!

You can never have too many recipes for Enchiladas!!

Chili is another thing that is often not gluten free because people use normal broth, but it wouldn’t be very hard to substitute gluten free broth and make this yummy sounding Black Bean and Beef Chili.

I am not a fan of regular tomato soup especially the canned kind, but I have had more gourmet types of roasted tomato soup and like them, so this Roasted Tomato Soup sounds simple and yummy! I even have a gluten free roll I could use in place of the bread.


  1. The succulent planter is a great idea. I wish I could have more plants indoors...our cats take great delight in eating their veges, I'm afraid. All plants have to be locked away behind closed doors except when directly supervised.

    Sounds like you have a great GF menu coming up! I love making sauces; it's so easy, and it makes such a difference to have a good one.

  2. Love the scarf too. My dad got me in the habit of making my own sauces, so we still make a lot of our own... but not catsup for some reason.


  3. Tomato soup from scratch is wonderful! Never tried homemade ketchup but I would like to try that too.

  4. I use to make homemade ketchup a long time ago. It was really good. I remember trying to find a commercial one that was similar.