Yesterday I saw a beautiful basket of red Gooseberries at the farm bakery that we had coffee at in the morning. I thought about how my mom made Gooseberry Moos and I always turned up my nose. It seemed like a given that I would buy the basket take it home and make a recipe of Goose Berry Moos. This was not a recipe I requested from her so I thought I would take a quick peek on the Internet to see if I could find a recipe. Imagine my surprise when I found a recipe hidden within the Mennonite Girls Can Cook blog. I had not remembered that Charlotte had already posted the recipe since it was added underneath another recipe. So . . .if you check the MGCC blog today .. .you will find the Gooseberry Moos in it's own post. .Charlotte's recipe .. .with a picture. Mennonite Girls Can Cook Blog .. .
I love crisp white cotton clothes. . . ironing them .. . not so much.
Fantastic news. . .I have a new Iron and my ironing has taken on a new enthusiasm.
I saw a demonstration of this iron and I did a quick evaluation of my model at home and decided that this slick iron was coming home with me.
The Oliso Auto Lift Iron is quite something. It glides over any fabric without every worrying about scorching or shining delicate fabrics.
Always keep horizontal it lifts slightly when not touched and when the hand touches the handle it drops back down to do its magic.
We never did make it for our bike ride yesterday. The lawns were mowed, the oil was changed on the tractor .. .and I ironed. A little gooseberry moos preceded by Brick Flattened Grilled Chicken and we called it a day.
The weeks go so fast .. .don't they? The weekend is here again and I plan to spend it outdoors .. .
See you on Monday my friends.