Ollie relaxing on the glider.
Fletch & The Captain watching TV.
We'll be watching the race on the back porch tonight.
The Indian Hawthorn Pink Ladies in the backyard are in bloom.
I was looking through an old crochet book and came across one with a recipe included. Weird. I made it with my own ingredients, and it was really good. Here's what I did:
Baked Beef & Veggies
1 lb beef stew meat
1 can diced tomatoes seasoned for chili, drainedOnion & Green Pepper slices
Fresh Cauliflower pieces
Light BBQ Sauce
Spray two pieces of foil with non-stick cooking spray (like Pam). My foil pieces were about 1.5 feet long each. Place half of the stew meat on each. Add onions, peppers, and cauliflower pieces. Add drained tomatoes to each. Top each with a generous drizzle of BBQ sauce. Seal up the foil. Place foil packets onto a cookie sheet. Bake at 310 degrees F for three hours. It was delicious!
The original recipe calls for the stew meat with potato and carrot slices. I used lower-carb veggies. The instructions said to bake at 350 for an hour & 15 minutes.
I love this Nazli Gelin Garden thread.
It's very silky-smooth.
I ordered these online from Jimmy Bean.
I also ordered this pattern book with 16 patterns in it.
I probably won't make anything from it, but it was fun to look at.
I'm off to porch-sit some more.
Hope you're having a nice weekend!