- Don't forget the sweet potatoes: Another Thanksgiving recipe
Our Thanksgivings didn't include sweet potatoes until we started going to the Laroche family feast. Since then, sweet potatoes with butter, brown sugar, and marshmallows have been de rigueur. But as they did so many years ago, sweet potatoes have once again become a new tradition, this time thanks to Danielle and Cory. They said this was a dinner side dish, but I wouldn't hesitate to serve it with whipped cream for dessert. Just don't wait until next Thanksgiving to try it ...
Sweet Potato Soufflé
3 lbs sweet potatoes, cooked and puréed
1/4 cup butter (room temperature)
1 cup sugar
2 cups half and half
3/4 cup flour
nutmeg and cinnamon to taste
Beat the eggs well and then mix everything else in until smooth.
Click the peace pin picture to learn how the project began. To see more images of the original pins, which were sent to half a dozen countries and 19 states in the US, scroll down to the INDEX and click on the PEACE PIN PROJECT link.
To get your own peace pin
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your mailing address. A peace pin similar to the ones pictured will be sent to you via snail mail.
Mo's Project: "I dream of a world where love is the answer"
A collaborative effort in which creative souls around the world are making talismans to be stitched onto the branches of a dreaming tree. Just click the picture to see Mo's blog posts that will ultimately lead to her "Braille of the Soul" show at Artsite in March 2019. My contribution to the project can be tracked by going to the INDEX (below) and clicking on the link "I dream of a world where love is the answer."
Blanco River Monument Project
To learn more about the project go to http://www.blancorivermonument.com/ ... to read more on this blog, click the image.
The Hearts for Charleston Quilt Project
Click on the heart image (above) to see posts about the Hearts for Charleston project on Dee Mallon's blog. To see posts on this blog, click the Hearts for Charleston link in the INDEX.
It's a long way from Williamsburg, Virginia to the Texas Hill Country, but I've never looked back. Instead, my days are full of stitching, natural dyeing, assemblage art appreciation, grandparenting, cactus whacking, Americana music and Tex-Mex cooking ... not to mention wildflowers and critters.
As local bard Robert Earl Keen says, "The road goes on forever & the party never ends."