Monday, October 27, 2008

The Scarves Are In The Mail

I put the fringe on my scarf and boxed it up with six my mom made. They have been sent on to Kathryn of Plant What Ever Brings You Joy for the Scarf Initiative. Thanks Katheryn for organizing and carrying out this fantastic project. It was an honor to participate. Mine is pink and lime green. Mamala's are made from warm, fuzzy, red fleece. I hope they help keep seven little girls warm this winter. I am the oldest of seven children so the seven scarves just seems appropriate.

There Can Never Be Too Much Zucchini

Have you ever heard someone complain about an over abundance of zucchini? You won't hear that complaint around here. We fry zucchini, make zucchini chips, cut up zucchini and eat it with dip. Last night, we had zucchini lasagna for dinner. It was so good, I got up and has some as a predawn snack.

Here is how it was done

Zucchini sliced thin
Mushrooms sliced thin
Marinara sauce - tomato sauce, garlic, oregano, basil.
Mozzarella cheese
Parmesan cheese

Bake at 350 for 45 minutes or until family members start asking, "What smells so good?" and "When do we eat?"

Sorry, I don't measure anything.

The Monkeys ate this up and did not notice the mushrooms, which they claim to hate. This is a first. They have superior mushroom locating abilities.