Tuesday, May 15, 2012

WOYW?w #154-a recipe

Take a gander of to Julia's house and check out what's going on...it is getting close to the 3 year anniversary!

A quick peek at one of the  corners of my crafty room...this is where I keep my sewing machine, copic refills, cricut cartridges, and ink pads. (my Dad made the holder for me) .  Also a pic of my first daughter and I on her wedding day I think maybe 6 years ago.  My hair certainly had less grey then! LOL

Not much change on my desk  this week, or at least that I can show you. Notice the nice smellin' rose on the left side of my desk...specially hand picked for me by one of my son's friends! So nice!

I am going to show you this yummy recipe I scrapped at my local scrapbook store, Urban Paper.  Jill said I could show you this recipe...oh so yummy!  We meet once a month and scrap and taste test a recipe. We scrapped this recipe in April using a pretty Hero Arts stamp for the flower...so far one of my very faves out of 6 years or so! (although I can say that almost all are my fave!)
Such pretty colors, really reminds me of Hawaii!

Here is the recipe:

6 cups flour
3 eggs
1 1/2 cup pineapple juice
1/2 cup water
3/4 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon ginger
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 (1/4 ounce) pacages of yeast
1/2 cup melted butter

Beat eggs. Add pineapple juice, water, sugar, ginger, vanilla & butter. Put 3 cups flour into a large bowl. Add egg mixture and stir. Sprinkle in yeast, 1 package at a time, mixing well. Gradually add remaining flour. Leave batter in bowl, cover with cloth and let rise 1 hour. Remove from bowl and knead in 1/2 cup flour. Knead 10 times. Divide into 3 parts, place in well greased cake pans (ours were made into rolls...yummy that way) cover, let rise 1 hour. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes.



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35 comments:

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

You are SO lucky to have that great space for your sewing machine. Lucky you. BTW, which one is you and which is your daughter (grin)? Looks like you really cleaned your entire area this week. Lucky you!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

OOPS. I forgot. Happy WOYWW from #5. I really MUST get some sleep.

Neet said...

Oh My Goodness - there's so much envy going on here - I just love your ink storage. What a fabulous dad you have! And your Copic storage, and your sewing machine cover. And your little bird house, and the red rose ... should I stop?
Thanks for sharing though, it was a real treat - Hugs, Neet #11 x

sandee said...

First thing I noticed was that cute sewing machine cover, and then that rose! I'm envious, I want a sniff! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

kay said...

what a fab photo of you and your daughter and loving the sewing machine cover,did you make it?
Hope you have a fab
woyww week
kay #22

inkypinkycraft said...

A super neat space, so organised !! Have fun here this week hugs trace x 20

Claire said...

what a wonderful craft space! are those cubby holes for stamps?
thanks for the recipe :)
have a great week!
no. 37

May said...

Fabulous desk.. great sewing machine cover.. love your stamp & pen collection storage.. Hugs May x x x#26

Helen said...

LOVE that ink pad storage unit, how useful that must be... Your recipe card is just wonderful.
Helen. 4

Annie said...

That recipe sounds really yummy.
Hugs,
A x #53

Caatje said...

The storage for your ink pads and copics is so beautiful and organized! And that hawaiian bread sound yummy.

jill said...

What a great collection & storage of inks & pens.
Lovely recipe card thanks for sharing with us. happy crafting Jill#62

Ann B said...

Love your sewing machine cover, practical and pretty. Thanks for sharing the recipe - I'm not much of a cook, takes away too much time for crafting.

Happy WOYWW
Ann B
#38

Astrid Maclean said...

Gosh I love your storage!!! It looks amazing. Great looking recipe card too!

Happy hopping and enjoy WOYWW this week
#25

Redanne said...

Oh my, I am a tad envious of your ink storage thingy and the one with your markers too. Love the sewing machine cover too,think I had better stop now......your pic is lovely. Happy WOYWW, Anne #9

Glenda said...

Oh my goodness what a wonderful space you have! Most of us would give our eye teeth for that! Happy WOYWW!!

Glenda
#96

CraftygasheadZo said...

Major pen envy here! Fab storage too, lovely photo of you & daughter. Take care & enjoy WOYWW. Zo xx 66

Amanda said...

Those Copic holders are great really professional looking. I like the idea of taste testing a recipe too. Hugs, Amanda #76

...the yorkshire fox... said...

...amazing work space you have and I may have a bit of inky envy after seeing all your markers & pads...fabby looking recipe card too thanks for sharing...Mel :) #30

Shoshi said...

Lovely creative space - it looks so organised and tidy. Beautiful sewing machine cover, and I love your storage for your inkpads, and all the pretty colours of the copics.

Happy WOYWW,
Shoshi #95

Cheryl said...

Your desk looks really organized this week. You have great storage units too. I like how you store your ink pads and markers.

Liz Black said...

What a great storage rack! Beautiful work, love the colours. Thanks for sharing and Happy Woyww : ) Liz at 102 x

Darla said...

Love your desk and everything on and around it!! What a neat recipe card holder thingy... #100

Miriam said...

What a fabulous, tidy, organised desk - love the way you have organised your stampin up inks!
#101

Carolyn Phillips said...

What a tidy desk, and wonderful organisation.
Carolyn #161

Tracy said...

That's a great recipe card! I love that it's so colorful, cheerful and bright. :) Happy WOYWW! Warmly, Tracy #88

Sandy said...

Beautiful card and your desk is way too neat!!!!
Sandy

Jackie said...

I love your craft room! The recipe looks lovely, I wonder if it would work in a bread making machine.

Jackie #91

Scrappekatten said...

I would like you to send me the ink pad rack and the sewingmaschine cover, yhank you!
#158Katarina

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh Sue..the ink pad rack is heaven, huh - I must show my DH!! Love the idea of scrapping and tasting..have been trying to get Crop gals interested in a recipe book becasue the Pot Luck is always filled with lovely ideas...perhaps we should try it this way! I love that you have room on your desk for the niceties of life - like a fresh rose and a beautiful candle stick!

Sue said...

When your post first opened and I saw that first picture, I said to myself, well now, she is just showing off with all that neatness, then the second picture came up....whew!
Love the recipe design and it sounds yummy!

Hugs
Sue

Larissa said...

Great pictures, I saw my box is tilll on your desk...so sweet!


Hugs,
Larissa

Eve said...

what a beautiful recipe folder/card! Luv that burlap! yes this reminds me of Hawaii too! :-)

Queen Of Toys said...

I so love coming back here everyweek to see what you are upto. Love Hawaii card, nice and bright.

Eliza #19
http://queenartoypia.blogspot.com.au/

Tertia said...

I am seriously jealous about all those Copic refills! The rose is magnificent!
The recipe looks yummy too. I had a lovely time visiting you thisa week.
Happy belated WOYWW

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