A North African delight, this dish is ideal for brunch! Also, I love eggs, cooked any way, any style, with whatever seasonings and accoutrements. Click here for the full recipe over at Guardian.
Archive for July, 2012
Calling cards, tags and labels abound in The Creativity Exchange’s blog, plus a whole lot more! Click here to check ‘em out!
I love poufs! They’re perfect for rainy days in front of the fire or the window with a glass of whatever you like best and some good music (^_^). They’re also great for just about everything else sitting and or lounging related! Pickles has shared her pattern for this magical pouf with us and you should definitely check out the site since there’s a ton of really great projects on there! Click here for the pouf pattern.
I love tomatoes and lucky for me, they love me right back! Fried capers and toasted almond slivers? Oh I am so there! Click here for the recipe and enjoy!
I am a NUT for handbags! It’s kind of an illness at this point, but with therapy, the support of friends and family and only buying purses at Goodwill… Ok, that’s a little more extreme than the actual reality, but I do love handbags and if there’s one thing I love more than buying new handbags, it’s making them! As soon as I saw this bag I knew that I had to share and since I have enough cotton thread around my house to open my own store, it’s high time I started making more cool things with it. Click here for this great pattern and tutorial.
This looks incredibly refreshing as a cold roll and sounds filling and satisfying as a hot roll! I am forever in love with One Perfect Bite’s recipes and these two are definitely making my recipe card box! Click here for the two recipes.
Anything that involves a little violence and a lot of artsy is my cup of tea so this flower pounding printing project is right up my alley. Venting frustrations and creating beautiful works of art are two very important practices of mine and as far as I’m concerned, doing them both at the same just saves energy. Click here for Garden Therapy’s awesome how-to on this super cool project for kids of all ages.
In the last few years I have seen hundreds, if not thousands, of recharge station DIY projects and though I absolutely love the concept, none of them really grabbed my attention. Until, that is, now. Tasha has found a way to turn an ordinary shoe box into a work of art that won’t make my apartment fell like I’ve filled my home with dumpster dive finds. Not to say that there aren’t people out there that don’t make wonderful items or even homes out of dumpster dive finds, I am just not one of those people. Click here for Tasha’s wonderful and easy project!
Hey, ya’ll! I’m back from the dead (aka out from under my rock) to bring you not just one, but THREE fantastic homemade mustard recipes! Hooray! I am a huge fan of mustard that is not French’s neon yellow atrocity and am dying to make the apple butter mustard! Click here for the full recipe.