Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Lots to share...

Wow, I have a few fun things to share with you today. First, Cornish Heritage Farms' Creative Blog has been launched today. You'll find information on all the latest releases, project highlights, giveaways, classes and more. Make sure you stop by and enter your name in the giveaway.

Second, I am sure by now some of you have seen the buzz for the latest addition of PC Gourmet.

Just about everything Paper Crafts shares these days is outstanding and this latest publication is no exception. You'll find an array of recipes, projects and delicious photos to entice you throughout this edition. *Edited to add: to see last year's PC Gourmet you can refer to this video post.

Here is a sample of some of the things you'll find in PC Gourmet:


Enjoy Halloween Tag

Designer: Alisa Bangerter

SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (ivory) Dye ink: (Black) Stewart Superior Corp.; (Summer Sun) Stampin’ Up! Specialty ink: (Mango Lemonade color wash) Stewart Superior Corp. Color medium: (black chalk) Craf-T Products Accents: (black brads) Making Memories; (chipboard bat, moon) Melissa Frances Fibers: (black striped ribbon) Pebbles Inc. Font: (Black Family) www.dafont.com Adhesive: (foam tape) Finished size: 3" x 4 1/2"

DIRECTIONS: 1 Make tag from cardstock. 2 Crumple tag and smooth out. Spray edges with color wash; let dry. Apply chalk. 3 Ink chipboard moon; let dry. Chalk edges and adhere. 4 Ink chipboard bat; let dry. Adhere with foam tape. 5 Print sentiment on cardstock; trim and tear edges. Chalk edges and adhere with foam tape. Attach brads. Attach ribbon with brad.


Cheesy Garlic Drop Biscuits

by: Alisa Bangerter

This is a perfect recipe to pull out if you are short on time because there is no rolling or cutting. The cheese and garlic add extra kick to a plain biscuit, and kids love them. They are the perfect accompaniment to serve with soups or stews, and are great served with a salad.


2 c. flour

2 tbsp. granulated sugar

4 tsp. baking powder

1 1/2 tsp. garlic powder

1/2 tsp. salt

2/3 c. butter or margarine

1 1/2 c. grated cheddar cheese

1 1/4 c. milk

Chives (optional)


Mix together dry ingredients. Cut in butter with pastry cutter until mixture is fine. Add cheese and mix well. Add milk and stir until just moistened. Drop by spoonfuls onto greased baking sheet. Sprinkle top with chopped dried or fresh chives if desired. Bake at 400 degrees for approx. 15 minutes.

Thanks for dropping by!


1 comment:

Softangelkisses said...

So is this a second edition thing? If so, I didn't even know there was a first one!