Wednesday, December 23, 2009

White Wednesday Wishes

I hope everyone is having a wonderful Wednesday. The sky today in Kuwait was white instead of brilliant blue like it has been for the past many days. Makes for a blah day.

But it's been a busy and productive day. I made Snowballs(Mexican wedding cookies; Russian teacakes; sandtarts) -- this cookie goes by so many different names. For today, let's call them Snowballs.

Blogging buddy Dee Dee posted a recipe for Oatmeal Scotchies. Unfortunately, I couldn't find butterscotch chips so just used semi-sweet chocolate chips instead. The consensus from the kids is that they are great.

Also, twice now, I've seen a post for toasted or fried ravioli. First, when I was visiting blogging buddy Linda (click on her name and it will take you right to her ravioli post)and then today at Skip to My Lou. I don't normally fry foods, but thought I should give this a try. Let me tell you, it is really, really good. The kids loved it. Would be great for an appetizer or party hors d'oeuvres. I made zucchini soup to go along with the ravioli and that was our dinner.

A few more whites below. A quotable mug from Leslie (who also crocheted the purse I showed yesterday). I love quotations.

Another friend at school gave me this monogrammed tote that I can use when I go grocery shopping.

For my living room, I used an old carved wooden bowl and a swag that was on my front door last year, placed white candles in the middle and have a nice little centerpiece for the holidays.

I am loving this latest dishcloth pattern as it is so easy and pretty. I can't tell you how many I've made in so many different colors so far.

It's getting close to bedtime so I need to finish tidying everything up so I can hit the hay. Happy Holiday Wishes! Tammy

9 comments:

crochet lady said...

Fried ravioli, oh yum...I love that type of pasta.

Lovely crocheted dish cloths, very nice pattern to those.

Jane said...

You are always getting so much done! The cookies look delicious and I'm thinking fried ravioli sounds pretty tasty.
Have a wonderful holiday.
Jane

Lisa Super said...

My sister makes those snowball cookies every year and I'm always so anxious to eat a bunch of them that I inhale the powdered sugar like an idiot, coughing and trying to catch my breath!

Merry Christmas to you and your family! Enjoy the day, it comes but once a year!!

Lisa

Claus said...

Love the tote, the dishclothes and the centerpiece!! Very, very pretty indeed.
The cold we've been having...gone during daytime! It was blue, warm and sunny today. Good thing we still have cold and windy nights...they make it feel very Christmas-y.
Have a wonderful day ahead!

Elyse said...

i find your blog so fascinating mostly because you are so far away but doing so many things that i'm doing, too.

happiest holidays to you!

xo
elyse

Linda said...

Hi Tammy,
I'm really behind on my reading this week as we're too busy with celebrations, but I had to stop by and wish you and your family a very MERRY CHRISTMAS!! ♥

I'm so glad you enjoyed the Ravioli's :) I was thrilled to see that you made them.

The cookies you made look delicious!!

Blessings to you and yours,
Linda

Jodie LeJeune said...

I love those dishcloth colors Tammy!!!
It's Christmas Eve here and I wanted you to know that I am thinking of you this morning...that's right...all across the world I am think of YOU!
I want to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and thank you for always {and I mean always} visiting and leaving the sweetest comments...if you only knew how much I appreciate them as I know it is impossible to visit everyone daily!
Thank you Tammy, I'm so blessed to have met you!!!!
everything vintage

GWENDOLYN said...

cute dish cloths! Nice bag for shopping too. going to comment more on your thurs. post:)

Anonymous said...

Your break from work seems to be very relaxing. I am loving the fact that you are having time to bake, craft, blog and simply enjoy yourself. The wedding cookies I made last week are gone, thank goodness, as they are too good to have in the house without eating them... I love the tote you got from the friend at work. What a great idea!! Your dishclothes are beautiful!! One of these days, I want to learn to crochet, and you can teach me how to make them!!
Enjoy your day!!

Love,
Renee

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