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May 16, 2012

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Heather

I definitely now lean to wholesome quick meals. I like to focus on the ingredients rather than the process. I am sure this will change back as my children grow and leave my home. Chocolate crepes sound delicious to me. I am eager to see your Annabel finished as I have thought of making it myself.

Tracey

My daughter gave me the yarn for Mother's Day to cast on my own Annabeland I am so excited, yours is looking great.
I haven't seen that cookbook, but I am with you on simpiler ingredients. I see you have Alice Water's The Art of Simple Food on your sidebar and that book is what I keep being drawn to.
Have a wonderful yarn along day.

swanski

I love seeing a basket of knitting :) Great photo! I have not seen that cookbook so I cannot opine. I like to cook with few ingredients or with common ones already in the house. Have fun creating in the kitchen!

steph

I just checked on the "garden" (I do use the term rather loosely---I've got a couple plants in a raised bed!!) and the zucchinin are all about the flowers--can the veggies be far behind??? That sald looks quite lovely!!!!
Annabel is looking wonderful--I personally think she looks beautiful as a decoration in that basket....loving it!!

MaryBeth

What a beautiful color of yarn. As for chocolate crepes...never have had them but I have made chocolate chip crepes for the grandkids. They love them but alas...they love anything chocolate.
Give my love to your mom and dad. I know you all will have a wonderful visit. Hugs...

amanda {the habit of being}

what is this leisure time you speak of?

ps: chocolate crepes...not sure about her recipe but before we discovered there was a nut allergy amongst our ranks, i'd makes crepes often and fill them with nutella, cover them with sliced strawberries. yum :)

Taryn Oakley

chocolate crepes sounds delicious!

Greer

I think chocolate crepes must always be worth the effort, no?

Angela

That book looks like it has some yummy recipes. Like you, I lean more towards the simpler recipes now. Fiddly works for special occasions. Your Annabel is looking good.

Erin @ Wild Whispers

I really must pick up that book... looks yummy! Keep plugging away at Annabel, it will be gorgeous when you are done.

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