Sunday, July 22, 2012

A Big Announcement!

For those of you who saw in the last post I was making bread it turned out great couldn't be easier.
it is King Arthur Flour no knead bread super easy.

My Brother was home from Mississippi. It was such a great week
we kayaked and fished a lot. He took some great pictures and caught some brook
trout that we cooked on the grille. It was hard to let him go today we see each other about once a year. He is a northern boy at heart and wants back in the north east I sure hope it happens soon.

While he was here he was a good sport and went yard saling and thrifting with me.
This is a steif kangaroo it is about 5-6 inches tall. he does not have his ear tag or the little roo that went in her pocket but for 1.00 it will look good with my feather tree this Christmas.

Curtains to change out the spare bedroom/craft room


I got some great books at the thrift store. yes that is a rug hooking book for 50 cents.

But truly the best bargain of the weekend were these steaks. I picked them up today
20.00 worth of steaks for 6.00 we had one on the grille and saved the other in the freezer for another night. T-bones are my favorite but at 10.00 a pound I do not get them very often.
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Now for the big news! Husband has started his own blog. I guess he saw how much I love mine and wanted in. So go to  acorn hollow woodworking and say hi.
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You won't skid if you stay in a rut.
     Karen Hubbard

16 comments:

Sweet Tea said...

I would LOVE to have the recipe for that bread!
It is BEAUTIFUL and looks so yummy!!
I'm hoping you will post the recipe OR email it to me...Great time spent with your brother making wonderful memories. So good to stay connected!

Primitive Stars said...

Hello Cathy, your bread looks so yummy, sorry to hear he`s gone back, love the lake picture. You did great yard saling, wow, the kangaroo is so sweet, I would have bought it to, the books, really great haul. T-bones are my favorite to, but they are a treat when a good buy and you got a great one. Will pop on over to say hi to Hubby, way to go!!!! Blessings Francine.

Kim said...

Glad you had a nice visit with your brother. Although its been hot, the July weather has been pretty good this year.
Going to check out hubby's blog now.

Orange Sink said...

Hi Cathy,
In my haste to get over to your husbands blog I forgot to leave a comment on yours! So I'm back to say your finds this week are really great! That Steif kangaroo was a great bargain....
How did you talk your Dave into blogging? I wish my Dave would start one! LOL! I know he is too busy now with his job though..... maybe after he retires.
Looks like you are enjoying the summer with your company and all the good eats!!
Hugs!!
Cathy G

Julia said...

I went over to Dave's blog and forgot all about leaving a comment on your blog, hahaha. That bread looks yummy, but really no kneading needed?

Travis is a lucky little man to have you both as grandparents.
Have a great week. JB

Elaine @ Sunny Simple Life said...

Sounds like the best of times. I love to find mark down meat too. Can't afford steaks any other way.

Rose H (UK) said...

The bread looks yummy Cathy :o)
How great to spend some 'family time' together - looks nice and relaxed.
The Steiff kangaroo is a great find, books too :o)
What a shame you couldn't share that steak with us though ;o)
Off to visit David now.
Rose H
xx

Sassafras and Winterberry said...

Your bread came out beautifully! I hopped over to David's blog...very nice! I've gotta go back and leave a comment now!
Hugs,
Courtney

Jan - Life on Buttermilk Hill said...

Mmmmm...that bread looks so good! I love baking bread--I'll have to try this recipe--is it on the flour bag? You always find the best goodies! I can't believe you came across a rug hooking book! Going over to David's blog now!!--Jan

Dianne @ My Southern Heart said...

Catching up on my favorite blogs after weeks of having company and fun here in the Pacific NW! The bread looks delicious. Is the recipe on King Arthur Flour's blog? Will definitely read David's blog too. Glad he is doing well...

jody said...

bread looks great! i havent had my oven on in days... thats one good thing about cold weather.. i can at least cook and bake. love your buy of course! i am always watching for stief things. glad you had a nice visit with your brother and daves tests were good. enjoy your day!

Monique Elisabeth said...

The bread looks fantastic !!!
You have found such great things, a very productive weekend !
Have a great day.

Kim @ Touch of Nostalgia said...

Your bread looks like it belongs at my place. ;) I make a no knead bread also. I made a post on it a while back here:

http://touchofnostalgia.blogspot.com/2010/10/do-you-smell-that.html

I'd love to take a look at your recipe and try it. We love homemade bread here and I'm always looking for new recipes.

How fun that David has also started a blog up! I'll stop by.

Have a good week!! :)

~ Liz ~ said...

Hi Karen, thanks so much for coming by to comment and follow at Quirky Vistas. I'm so glad you did! I'm now following as well. I'll be checking out your husband's blog as well. Maybe he'll have some good woodworking tips for me! I've been checking out your posts and am enjoying them thoroughly.
Liz

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

This post really got a rise out of me ha ha ha!

GardenofDaisies said...

I"m glad you enjoyed this time with your brother! And that is the cutest little kangaroo.