This clever DIY bath toy idea that Maiz created opens up a lot of fun possibilities. You may never get the little guy or girl out of the bathtub with something like this.
Thank you for this idea thebroodinghen.blogspot.com
Parmesan Rosemary Sweet Potato Fries from sarahscucinabella.com
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This has got to be the coolest sandwich on the planet. It’s basically a sandwich that you eat with a fork. How awesome would this be for a party!? You could make it with the basics (ham and cheese) for a kid’s party, or really impress with salmon, cucumbers, radish, boiled eggs, parsley, or anything else that suits your fancy.
After browsing dozens of smörgåstårtas online, the Saveur recipe won me over with the bread. I really wanted to make a round cake, but in most cases that involves cobbling together multiple pieces of rectangular-shaped bread and trimming it all into a circle. Baking a cake-shaped loaf of bread sounded like a much better way to go. It’s a light whole wheat bread and comes out of the springform pan in the perfect shape and size for a smörgåstårta.
After I took a deep breath and tentatively divided the bread into three mostly-equal layers (phew!) it was time to bring on the fillings. The recipe called for the bottom layer to be a mousse made with smoked herring, but since I couldn’t find it at the store I went with smoked trout. A layer of sliced cucumber went on top of the mousse, then it was on to the next tier: smoked salmon, a sweet mustard sauce and shredded romaine lettuce. All the while, I’m hoping and praying that I’ll like how this all tastes together because these were definitely some out-of-the-ordinary flavor combinations for me!
The final step is to “frost” the cake with a mixture of cream cheese and sour cream and then decorate. I kept my adornments pretty close to those in the recipe – smoked salmon, shrimp, hard-boiled eggs, radishes and parsley.
I’m proud to say that this cake, which took me the better part of a day to complete, actually tastes great! You gotta like smoked fish, of course (and we do). When you eat the bread and filling layers all together it really is like eating a sandwich. It’s even better once the flavors have a chance to meld together, after a few hours in the refrigerator. I definitely see how this became popular in Sweden for parties.
This article comes from paninihappy.com
Here are few great T-Shirt makeovers.
Oversized necklace. (Looks like fun to make with recycled t-shirt yarn or even just superbulky yarn!)
The good thing about making a hammock style is that if you have any sudden stops, it keeps from from falling into the floor and possibly hurting them! It can also keep them from jumping into the front seat, thankfully Roxie doesn’t do that!
Take a look at the full sewing tutorial here at ex-scapes.com