Saturday, March 30, 2013
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
1/2 bag of vegan vegetable protein by Morning Star. It looks like crumble beef but all vegan vegetable protein- 2 cups of tiny grape tomato's- 1/2 jar of Red Pepper Spread- Fresh basil- 1 teaspoon Oregano spice- 2 large cloves garlic- Olive Oil- Penne Pasta- Take frozen 1/2 bag of the Morning Star Meatless Protein place in a bowl set aside- Place a large pot on the stove eye add water and boil. Heat a large deep sauce pan on medium heat. Spray Pam Olive oil & a little olive oil in the heated pan. Mince garlic and basil fine add to the pan, cook til garlic is soft ,but do not burn,then add washed tiny whole tomato's. Mix in red pepper spread stir well. Add the 1 teaspoon of dried oregano to the palm of your hand and rub the spices over the tomato/red pepper sauce to awake the spices and stir well. When tomato's are soft take a masher and press down on to the tomato's to pop them and make a sauce. Slowly mash the tomato's to not pop all over the stove. When the water is boiling add some olive oil to the water, a dash of salt ,then toss in the Penne Pasta Noodles. Now add the vegan protein to the tomato sauce and stir well. Keep on low heat to keep warm. Drain Pasta and add to the Tomato/Red Pepper Sauce stir well .. Plate your dish top pasta with Parma cheese. enjoy ~~~
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Don't throw out those old feather beds. Repurpose them into new pillows for a couch or bed. I painted the cover years ago,and hated to tear it apart but the fabric was not strong and rips were forming and feather were falling out fast an furious.So it was time to rip the cover open and save those light weight feathers. I decided the best place for me was in the garage with no wind to hamper my tearing up the old feather bed. I did not need feathers flying all over the back porch,and my dog getting feathered up at the same time. What a mess but fun time for my dog. I also didn't want the neighbors think I was plucking chickens in my backyard, with all these feathers floating toward their backyards. Stay tuned going to make pillows this week ~ now what fabrics will I decide on?