Farmer’s Market Bag

Another successful bag. The design for this bag went through several iterations, but finally turned out. It’s rather simple and easy to make. Here’s just a picture for now. I might post the pattern later. It holds a surprisingly large amount and it has a very wide shoulder strap so it’s actually quite comfortable even…

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Risen Grøt

Risen grøt is basically sweet rice boiled in milk (we used lactaid for me). So, sorta like rice pudding. They eat it as an actual meal in Norway. Typically eaten as above with butter, sugar and cinnamon. It still tastes like dessert to me much as blintzes (which are a meal to me) taste like…

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Beach bag

More old posts, but new pictures. I bought this fabric ages ago from the bargain bin (both the outside and liner) and had been meaning to make a beach bag for ages. I finally got around to doing so. I’m quite happy with the way it came out. The outside fabric is some thick duck…

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Recession Ravioli

Catching up on some old posts . . . After I got my new replacement KitchenAid (yeah, some gears broke, but it was still under warranty so they just sent me a new one–KitchenAid is awesome like that), I decided to make some ravioli for dinner. The actual making of it doesn’t take that long,…

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