September 3, 2011

Family time is the best time of the year.

Last week I finally saw Sir Braveheart and Queen of Braveheart for the first time since their marriage. Miss Moll Doll was home for a day or two and we were able to get together as a family. With all of our busy lives, this happens very infrequently, much to my dismay.

But I got all my Sassy on and made some good down home food and we shared lots of laughs.

The weather had a wonderful hint of fall in the air and I felt more ready to cook and bake, than I had in ages.

Many years ago a good friend of mine gave me her recipe for stuffed shells and it has become a family favorite. I still use her handwritten recipe every time I make it.

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 Sauce Cooking
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Filling ready
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And what I love most is that it makes a lot.
Enough for me to freeze some for Hubby on the nights I am working and not home.
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For dessert I made both Blueberry Peach Crisp
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And Pumpkin Raisin Bars
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Look how the sun streams in through my kitchen window as I wash the dishes.
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The other day I went searching for a birthday present for Miss Moll Doll and came away with these for ME!!
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Hmmm I wonder if my kitchen is becoming too much! 
But it makes ME happy and that's all that really matters, right?
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And of course there is always Pabu waiting anxiously for company to arrive.
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In a quite moment I was able to give the wedding gift to the newlyweds.
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happygolicky on Etsy

There never seems to be a dull moment around here lately, it is harvest time! In between all of this I started putting in a vegetable garden for next year. I can't wait to have a garden again and hope to plant a small orchard too. Our new property can have it all and it thrills me to no end!

Yesterday I went apple and peach picking. I had the camera ready and went to the most adorable place, but soon realized I had charged the battery on the camera and then left the shutter open and the camera battery was dead again. I picked 20 pounds of peaches and a 1/2 bushel of apples. I will go back again soon so stay tuned for a blog post about "Love Apple Farm".

Have a great labor day weekend!

3 comments:

  1. What a beautiful kitchen you have, Sassy! I love those glasses, btw. My Mom used to make stuffed shells just like that when we were kids!

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  2. Love those glasses and your kitchen!

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  3. Hi Miss Sassy Lassie! Glad to see that your kitchen is looking so fabulous! I wish I could have dinner at your house, everything looks yummy!

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