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How sweet! I love this friday moment tradition. :)
Toggle Commented Jul 8, 2011 on {this moment} at SouleMama
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More calcium then kale? Wow! Sounds like something I ought to try.... especially with all those B vitamins since I'm eating so little meat these days. As for the bread, I'm happy it turned out the way you wanted. Baking bread is a real art. I'm still not even half way to where I want to be but it's such an enjoyable journey, yes? :)
Toggle Commented Jul 5, 2011 on Harvesting lamb's quarters. at Getting There
Ohhhh man! I can't believe I missed this giveaway! I love Faber-Castel and as an interior design student I go through a lot of their goods whipping out sketches and the like. Those stamps look great, I especially love the birdie. ;) Big hugs to you anyways, thanks for the post!
Toggle Commented Jul 5, 2011 on Faber-Castell Giveaway! at LollyChops
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I love the "Japanese Fuccra-Purple on Beige" ... it has such a gentle, soft appeal to the senses. Although to be honest, instead of sewing something myself I would give it to my sister who also loves to sew so she could sew something pretty for her new baby girl.
Toggle Commented Jul 2, 2011 on sponsor giveaway :: nido at Sew Liberated
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I love summer but I have to admit I already felt a slight stir inside at the thought of autumn. It's so nice that the seasons come and go as they do because there's always something to celebrate and to look forward to!
Toggle Commented Jul 2, 2011 on A Solstice Melon Patch at Farmama
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As someone new to sewing I have to admit... I would be very proud to have made those, Laura! They look neat and professional, if that wasn't the precise style you intended, no one would know!
Toggle Commented Jun 30, 2011 on A frustrating project. at Getting There
Laura, it's the slightly spoiled, messy looking berries that make the best jam! Also, to get bread more similar to supermarket sandwich bread, try subbing out a small portion of your recipe's white flour for gluten flour. This gives it that soft and "smooshable" texture. You'll have to experiment with the portions though until it feels about right... I use Bob's Red Mill brand. It's a tad expensive but since you are only using a tablespoon or two at a time it goes a long way.
Toggle Commented Jun 27, 2011 on Jam and bread. at Getting There
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