Katelyn had this project due today in school. She had to cook a dish from a different country. She chose Mexican and went with a dessert called, Churros. Traditionally, you make a dough, put it in a pastry bag, and deep fry little strips. They seriously looked like turds from the photos online.
Then we found a different way to make them that wasn't nearly as fattening. (IMO) We used reduced fat crescent rolls, slathered some butter on them, cinnamon & sugar, sliced them, then twisted. She has made them 3 times now and is considered a PRO in the Crowe household.
Don't they look tasty? Yup, they are! She gives her presentation, and a sample to the kids & teachers in her class today.
In other news, Tallyscrapper had the fastest sell out ever (I think) with the May kit. They were all gone in just under 4 hours of the release.
This is the last of my kit right here... all my paper is used up, I have just one journaling tag, a handful of ribbon scraps, and some hambly rub ons leftover. I can't wait to see what all the Tallyfolk do with the kit!
see my cute blog banner? Well, I used a lot of product from the kit in making it... I couldn't see it just go in the trash, so I turned it into a layout. Love it!
TGIF! Enjoy your weekend!
I have a wedding I am attending tomorrow. My cousin, Amy is getting married. As much as I tried talking her into hiring a wedding photographer, she wouldn't do it. She claims she isn't that interested in the photo aspect of it. I don't see why you wouldn't be if you've spent the last 8 months planning it... whatever. Oh yeah, and she asked ME to take some photos. I'm so dreading that. ugh.