Thursday, January 28, 2010

Its all about mittens, coleslaw and transfer techniques


Today I went out and bought a pair of these mittens, to show my Olympic spirit.  Ok there is not much snow in Vancouver where the  Olympics are, but there is a few days left for everyone to pray for snow.  Now usually Canada does pretty good in the winter Olympics, because we are a winter country after all.  Ok the USA and Russia do the best.  As you can tell I love the Olympics and I should be there....but who can afford it.  After I did the shopping I took my Mama for lunch and a bit of shopping for magazines that she likes.  Came home walked the devil dog, and made dinner. Today for dinner was cole slaw.  I make the best coleslaw (lol) blow my own horn., and chicken quesadilla and now watching the tv and thinking about transfer techniques that never work for me.

I usually buy the readymade coleslaw mix and add apples:
On the stove put 1/4 cup of
oil
sugar
vinegar
Stir till start boiling and take off heat
pour over your coleslaw and cover and put in fridge till ready to eat.  Stays good in fridge for about a week, not to greasy, not to sweet just right.


What did you do today?









8 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:08 PM

    coleslaw sounds yum!

    I booked my next holiday today! hooray!

    Krissie @ winterwood

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  2. I LOVE the Winter Olympics the best - looking forward to the coverage!

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  3. oh, woman -- I am SUCHA hoochie for cole slaw, and when my lovely mother hung up her apron, burned her wooden spoons, and said if it couldn't be done in a microwave she wasn't doing it, I lost my link to MY favorite slaw in the universe. I gotta gotta GOTTA try this recipe.

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  4. HB loves cole slaw so I might try this....sounds yummy.

    Love the mittens, too! Hooray for the Olympics!

    I didn't have much time to do anything artsy yesterday....just my journal page. I never have good luck with transfers.

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  5. Anonymous4:35 PM

    i have had 3 pairs of those gloves I lost the first pair so I bought an other pair and I left them in Nanaimo in a friends van so I bought a third pair so that the second pair would come back and they did now I have 2 pairs of them and I love them they are the best they keep your hands nice and warm
    love always your cousin in Coquitlam BC
    Kathy xxoo

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  6. Well I already told you what I did today but I love, love, love the Winter Olympics! So much more then the summer Olympics. The figure skating, hockey, snowboarding, skiing even the darn speedskating. I guess we'll be scarce in a couple of weeks?

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