Picture used from Gooseberry Patches cookbook
101 Easy Everyday Recipes
I am not able to make this recipe up today like I said.........everything smells horrible to me. I am sure this is delicious though. If you make it up, please let us know how this tastes.
Kitchen Cafe Mocha
6 c. hot brewed coffee
3/4 c. half-and-half
6 T. chocolate syrup
2 T. plus 1 t. sugar
Garnish: whipped cream,
In a large saucepan, combine all ingredients except garnish. Cook and stir over medium heat until sugar is dissolved and mixture is heated through. Pour into mugs and garnish as desired. Makes 6 servings. If you would like it cold add crushed ice.
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Yesterday morning I was working on a little hankie to put in the apron pocket. Feeling so yucky I didn't finish it. Some time back a friend from A Merry Heart Journal shared about how she uses flannel fabric for hankies. I went back to try to find it on her blog and couldn't find it. You will love reading her blog though. I thought that was the neatest idea......using flannel. It is so soft. I will slip the hankie in the pocket of the apron as part of the giveaway also. Here is the tutorial for you.
Cut one square 11"x11" of flannel
45" piece of lace
Lay flannel hankie on flat surface. Curve each corner using a canning jar lid and pen. Cut excess off.
Take hankie to sewing machine. Pin one end of lace that has been folded back about 1/2". Using a zig zag stitch sew around the whole hankie.
Stop with the lace over the 1/2" folded lace. Cut off. Press the seam to the backside of hankie.
Tack lace to the backside by sewing matching heavy thread and needle. Make small quilting stitches along the top edge around the whole hankie. Tie off. Press.
I want to try to make some hankies out of cream flannel. I thought it would be pretty to put some embroidered flowers or initials at a corner. Sounds pretty. Guess some CHRISTmas gifts are in order.........smile. I have made baby blankets with this same concept but I crocheted along the edge instead of the lace. Another idea for you.
Remember tomorrow is our Building Our Homes Together. Click and you can read what is going on. We continue to clean out cupboards and rooms. It is feeling very very nice!!!!!!! Hope your scripture reading is going well also. Praying.
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