Why did the chicken cross the road? To sleep in The News-Gazette.
Lately, I've been checking out some blogs on which people write about altering clothing, or “refashioning.”
Here's another recipes from Champaign resident Dena Strong. We did a story about Strong today in the Food section, where you can find more of her recipes. You might also remember Dena from the recipe for Green Tea Brownies I blogged about last week.
Yesterday, after a long day at work, I found myself on my 14-foot ladder, sanding and priming siding. For the first time all day, I was thinking about nothing but smooth, even strokes.
I may have mentioned before that I'm thinking about hosting a late '50s themed holiday party.
Next week, we're running a Food story about local cook Dena Strong and some of her recipes for squash.
Dena is a powerhouse of original recipes, and sent me a few others to post on my blog. Below is her write-up of a recipe for green-tea brownies. If you try it, let me know how it turns out.
If you haven't figured it out, I love home decorating – especially with things I can make myself.
However, I've been sort of stumped when it comes to decorating for fall. I have some pumpkins and gourdy-squashy things in my garden I'll eventually get moved to my front porch.