Saturday, August 24, 2019

RSC Saturday....

This little 'brella was added to the collection this week in the light blue pile. I'm not sure where the week went but I have yet to use my sewing machine..... maybe today I'll break down and see if it still runs!

Linking up with the RSC Challenge.

The boy wants to trim bushes outside this morning, and I really should weed the front triangle bed which is over grown. Em has horses mid morning as well - it has been a couple of weeks since she rode and she is anxious to get back on Prince!

It was a busy week. Second week of school for the kids. Monday was our first meeting of girl scouts. Wednesday was Aidan's guitar lesson and Thursday I had the first day of bowling in the morning and training for nut and candy sales at night. Friday was cooking club. And just like that the crazy school year schedule begins!

I did get a couple of new recipes from last night. I loved the one I made.
Grilled chicken penne al fresco. It was so yummy! Everyone went back for seconds and thirds on this one.

Margherita Pita Pizza .
2 tsp italian seasoning mix
1 tsp balsamic vinegar
1 garlic clove - pressed
4 flat pita bread rounds
2 plum tomato, sliced
1 cup (4oz) shredded mozzarella cheese
2 Tbsp snipped fresh basil.
Directions - Preheat oven to 425. In a small bowl combine oil, seasoning mix, vinegar and garlic minced with the press. Mix well, Place pita rounds on rectangle stone. Brush one side of each pita with oil mixture. Slice tomato. Top pita rounds evenly with tomato and cheese. Bake 10-12 minutes or until cheese is melted and edges are slightly browned. Sprinkle with basil. Cut pizza's into quarters.
Pumpkin bread pudding was the last recipe.


The Joyful Quilter said...

Your BLUE 'brella looks SEW sweet!! Thanks for the link to the chicken recipe. It sounds like that one is a keeper!

Julierose said...

Another lovely unbrella to add to your all the handles face the same direction?? This right-handed person needs to know lol
hugs, Julierose

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

Such a cute umbrella! Thanks for sharing the recipes - they all sound yummy!

Birthe Marie said...

Your umbrella is so cute! I looked back at your blog and I think it looks so exciting with all the umbrella blocks. :-)


Another really pretty umbrella--you won't have to ever buy another umbrella at the rate you are going!!!!
Getting back to school is the easy part--it is all those other activities the 'kiddies' are in and want to be part of that will keep you running--but they are all good for the kids--soooo---keep that stitching handy!
luv, di

Jo said...

Love your little brella although it makes me wish for more rain here!