SUNDAY STASH REPORT - WEEK 38
Total Yards Used this Week: 3 1/2 yards
Added this Week: 5 yards
Used year to Date: 79 3/4 yards
Added Year to Date: 28 3/4 yards
Net Stash Decrease for 2013: 51 yards
I hope to improve these number this week. I started out great in January- April but have not continued to "Decrease" my stash as I had planned this year!!! I do have projects stacked on my table in hopes of completing them. This is a quilt I must finish before Oct 10th as it is a donation quilt for an auction for Tulsa Safe Kids. It now moves to the top of the project list. Best laid plans.......
Oh well....on to the projects I completed this week:
The red ticking towel is for another friend's birthday. I love the apples.
In honor of the season and "Apples" I made my favorite apple pie this weekend. I had a retreat with my CBS leadership. I prepared dinner for 30 women on Friday night. Here is the "Down Under Apple Pie" I served. They LOVED it!! It is my Kristy's favorite all time apple pie too!!!
Down Under Apple Pie
Extra sharp or sharp cheddar cheese.
Down Under Apple Pie
2. Toss apples with:
5. Grate 1 cup of the cheese.
6. Melt 1/2 stick of butter (1/4 cup)
8. Top the apples with the above mixture by mounding it with your hands being sure to cover the entire surface of the pie.
9. Bake at 400 degrees for 40 minutes until the pie is browned and bubble. I always bake mine on a sheet pan as it tends to bubble over. A sheet pan is easier to clean than an oven.
( I place the whole recipe at the bottom of my blog so you can copy and paste it to a word document and print it without all the pictures attached I am going to try to find someone to help me with the blog so you can print it directly from here but since I do this for fun and not for profit I will have to wait till someone volunteers or shows me how to do it!!!!)
I have been making this pie since 1984 when I lived on a Navy base at China Lake Navel Weapons Center in Ridgecrest, CA. I was a young mom with two little girls and Jeff was a GMO (General Medical Officer) at the clinic on base. My neighbor, Pat Hoagland, whose husband was a Navel Aviator and lived across the street, shared it with me. Such a fun time living on base. We met so many good people in those years. Many of them lifelong friends.
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