Why not dress up those sound hearing beauties on the side of your head?!
I love earrings, particularly ones that dangle. So, I made these Monday night. Next time I take a picture like this I'll use a darker background so the silver stands out and the details are more apparent. Shoot and learn I guess.
Ironically, on Taste Day, I came home from work to find Lex dog had "tasted" the mattress pad on the guest bed. This pad was under a fitted sheet and a fitted mattress cover, which were both unharmed in mayhem that caused the demise of the pad. Grrrr....
The new photo week is here and it's back to our Senses Week. Check out all the details on Jen's blog. (Jen, you've really put down the gauntlet here, and I love it!)
Sight Removed (These are my acquisitions from a stop at the Arcadia Fall Fest on Saturday: a jar of pepper jelly and a miniature sock monkey, which I pulled the eyes off of on the way home because they were so not right for his face. Any ideas for replacement eyes?? I'm thinking sequins, but that might be too glam for a little ol' sock monkey.)
The grub is moving here. As part of Mission Simplicity, the food is coming together with all the other things I love right here!
So... Scott, the suburban farmer, has a bumper crop of tomatoes just wanting to be made into the world's best condiment: SALSA. (yeah, I threw it out there, the WORLD'S BEST!)
I read over a few recipes and then created this concoction.
The before. I ended up using only Roma tomatoes and shied away from the fresh pepper.
Roughly, the Ingredients: 2 Romas, pureed in the food processor 6 Romas, chopped 1/2 Onion, chopped 1/2 Shallot, chopped 5 Stems worth of Cilantro leaves, chopped 3 Tbl. diced jalapenos, from a jar 1 tsp. Tabasco 1/4 tsp. salt 1 tsp. lime juice 1 tsp. balsamic vinegar
Directions: Mix everything together.
After everything was mixed together, I threw in some corn and black beans we had as leftovers and some chopped avocado. It turned out about like a mild salsa. Scott thought it was a little tomato-y, which was okay with me. Maybe more cilantro next time.