Don't think about calories. Just think about how delicious it will be in your tummy. I mean stomach. I'm a mom. I now say tummy. Meh, there are worse things.
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
Cut the bread.
Get out a saucepan and put a few tablespoons of butter in it.
Add a drop of olive oil.
And garlic. About a tablespoon.
And salt & pepper.
Now melt everything together.
Dip ONE side of each piece of bread into the melted butter.
And then put each piece back into place onto tinfoil.
And wrap up with tinfoil. Bake for 15-20 minutes.
And then devour voraciously.
Last year I participated in Finch's Holiday Boutique in Minnetonka - unfortunately it was the weekend where we got 14 inches of snow. I still sold a few items though.
This year I wanted to try out a variety of things so I started making items early.
And then the holiday boutique was canceled (for good reason though, the coordinator is pregnant and I wouldn't want to run a boutique at 38 weeks!!!).
So I've got all this stuff:
But now I have all this stuff and no place to sell (well, except Etsy), so I'm going to have to research my tail off to find another boutique or see if I could share a space somewhere else.
Oy, I even have a few scarves left too!
Hats are so easy & fast to make. Now I just need to decide if I should embelish them with flowers that I've already made.
I'm hoping to do Finch's Workshop again this winter and I think baby items will sell well. If I embelish, then I'll have to raise the prices but I think they are pretty good right now.
Newborn to 3 months - $8
3 months to 9 months - $10
9 months - 18 months - $12
Head sizes for babies are so random. Currently The Monkey at 15 months fits into the largest size.
Preheat oven to 425 degrees
Half or quarter tomatoes. Toss onto a large baking sheet.
Pour olive oil over tomatoes.
Sprinkle with salt & pepper.
Sprinkle with dry basil.
Smash some garlic cloves. Half or quarter onions and toss all onto the tray.
Toss all together.
Shove it into the oven and leave it for 45 minutes.
Or pass it through a food mill.