17 September, 2010

Episode 87: Is there any other color?

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Weigh in:

Hats- #3 going
Socks-#2 to toes
Iced- 10 inches down on body How I am a-lining the sweater

Fiber Exercise:

Finished Corriedale- 263 yards

Started Bamboo/merino from Yarn Hollow

My exercise:

Wiggling, walking. Ordered Power 90. Not going with shakes to start.

Cooking School:

How to pick up stitches

In the Kitchen:


Crunchy Granola
Regular Recipe:

1 cup packed dark brown sugar

½ cup water

4 tsp vanilla extract

1 tsp salt

8 cups old fashioned rolled oats

2 cups chopped nuts or seeds

2 cups dried fruit



Preheat oven to 275. Line 2 cookie sheets with parchment paper. Combine brown sugar and water in a 4 cup microwave safe measuring cup (It will boil over if you use a smaller one, trust me). Microwave on high for 5 minutes until sugar is dissolved. Add vanilla extract and salt. Stir until salt dissolves. Place nuts and oats in a bowl and pour brown sugar mixture over them. Mix. Spread onto cookie sheets and squeeze granola into clumps as you put it on the sheets. Bake 45- 60 minutes until golden and crunchy. Add fruit and allow to cool. Store in an airtight container.

My changes:
1/4 cup Maple Syrup & !/4 cup Agave instead of brown sugar
omit vanilla
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp cinnamon
no fruit

Pot Luck:

LargePrintKnit: House socks for cousin
Dnaprice: White after Labor Day
Teacozy: Semele
Toadyjoe: Steeked OwlsPegofTilling: This owl serves no useful purpose

Field Report:

Sand Bags

Little communication
FRG

Recipes:

House cleaning
Eye doctor

On the Menu:

WWSIP Day

Rhinebeck—Grip n grin Oct 17th noon
Other podcasters:
Sydney- knaked knits
Dawn- Knit Naturally
Cat- Letsknit2getherGrannyg- crafternoon tea with grannyg
Fall retreat- Spaces available Sable group on Ravelry $100

Gadget Corner:

Ladybug Kate endcaps
from Shenanigans Yarn

1 comment:

Susan said...

Thanks for the plug! My brother loves making the endcaps on his Cupcake Makerbot. It's a CNC machine for the home hobbyist.

The Sampson Top is a 19 micron superwash merino wool which we hand dye. We just wanted a collection of silly names for our product lines. Brock Samson was our favorite tough guy to represent our buttery soft and sexy merinos.

Thanks again, and I have had fun listening!