Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Tuesday Inspirations

Crafty Inspirations:

I, as a lot of others, love the Box Pouch as they are suitable for so many things, I would love to make some time this year to make myself some.

In this post their is a picture that says True Aran Knit Technique! I love it and never would have thought of doing it that way. The collar knit first, work out from the collar for the shoulder area, and then pick up stitches to do the front and back! Genius!

Bad Cat Designs always has wonderful projects and this Sugar Plum Fairy Winter 2012 Group looks so tempting! I so very much want to join, but don't think I'd have the time to finish it any time soon.

Garden Inspirations:

I love this theory of Square Foot Gardening. When I someday own a home. . .

Recipe Inspirations:

I love the sound of this gluten-free/meatless Moo Shu. I love mushrooms and this sounds delicious!

I've only had Kale a couple times, so I am a little weary in my ability to cook it. But this Sausage, Potato, and Kale Soup looks delicious and conceptually sounds good.

These Gluten Free Chocolate Dipped Mini Eclairs look absolutely delicious and decadent. You know you have to click over to look at them! I absolutely have to try these.

Also in the desert line of thinking, this Grain Free Chocolate Cake with Honeyed Ricotta looks super yummy!

My love of Mexican style food, never ends, these Entomatadas look delicious.

And if you are eating Mexican, you cannot forget the lovely Cheese Enchiladas.

Mexican finger food? That is definitely what these Tex-Mex Fried Pies fall into and boy do they sound yummy! If I find a good gluten free dough to use, I am so trying these!

I am definitely a corn dog kind of girl . . . I use to love them! Since this Corn Dog recipe uses a pancake mix as part of the flour, I am hoping I can try these and use Bisquick instead. I will admit that the cheese on a stick doesn't sound too bad either!


  1. Looks like you have a lot of cooking to do.

  2. That Aran technique looks really interesting (and very simple, which is a huge plus).

    Kale is great...as long as you don't overcook it, you'll be fine. I usually turn off the heat just before it gets wilty, and let it finish cooking as the food cools. Of course, I like my veges on the raw side. =)