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Whatcha Makin' Wed May 31st-June 3rd

Hello I hope everyone had a great Memorial Day Holiday. Here are the rules briefly:

!.  Grab a button in the sidebar and post it on your blog.

2.  If you would like to post a worded link in your project that 's cool,too.

3. If neither one of the rules are followed the post will be deleted.
You may post up to 3 projects ( 3 of the same type ie recipes or 3 different types
this part is totally up to you) Have fun the list will be open until Friday to give people more time to post

Birda Mae's Recipe Corner:Strawberry cream cheese cupcakes

I got this image from Here

Ingredients:
1 box betty Crocker Supermoist  yellow cake mix
1 container (8oz.) sour cream
1/2 cup vegetable oil
1/2 cup water
2 eggs
3 tablsespoons strawberry preserves
1 package 3 (oz) cream cheese , cut into 24 pieces
1 container(1lb) cream cheese ready to spread frosting
Sliced fresh small strawberris ,  if desired

Directions

1.Heat oven to 350o(325o for dork or nonstick pans.) Place paper baking cups in each of 24 regular size muffin cups.

2.In a large bowl, mix cake mix, sour cream oil water and eggs with spoon until well blended(batter will be thick.)  Divide batter evenly amon muffin cups (about2/3 full).

3. In small bowl, stir preserves until smooth.  Place 1 piece of cream cheese on top ofe each cupcake, press into batter slightly.  Spoon1/4 measuring teaspoon preserves on top of cream cheese in each cupcake.
4.  Bake 18 to 23 minutes or until  tops are golden brown and spring back when light…

Birda Mae's Recipe Corner: 3 cheese pasta bake

I got this image from Here
Reminder: Whatcha Makin' Wed will resume next week my sweetie is  getting better but is still home from school.

Ingredients:

1(16 oz.) package ziti2 (10 oz.) containers refrigerated alfredo sauce(8 oz.) container sour cream(15 oz) container  ricotta cheese2 large eggs, lightly beaten1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley1 1/2 cups mozzarella cheese

Directions:Prepare ziti according to package directions; drain and return to potStir together Alfredo sauce and sour cream; toss with spoon half of mixtureinto a 13x9baking dishStir together ricotta chees and next 3 ingredients; spread evenly over pasta mixture in baking dish.Spoon remaining pasta mixture evenly over ricotta cheese layer, sprinkle evenly with mozzarella cheese. Bake 350o for 30 minutes or until bubbly.

My love of epoxy stickers

Here are the fruits of another Hobby Lobby Sale! I love epoxy stickers they were 50% off so I bought as many as my budget would allow
and they are by creative imaginations. The pattern paper is Basic Grey(Two Scoops) and the for the journaling I used the Sakura Souffle pens. Unforunately my cutie pie on the right is sick so I will have to postpone Whatcha Makin' Wed. until May 24th,2011. I apologize for the inconvience but I will still post a recipe this week but she will be out of school until Wed. so bare with me while I'll try to get some things together.

Bonus Recipe:Texas Style Enchilada Casserole

I got this image from here
Ingredients:

1 pound ground chuck1/2 medium size red onion chopped1(4oz) can diced green chile12(6inch) corn tortillas, cut in 1 inch pieces1(103/4 ounce) can mushroom soup1(21/4 ounce can sliced ripe black olives1 cup mild enchilada sauce1/2 cup  sour cream1 8oz block sharp cheddar cheeseToppings shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes

Directions:

1. Cook first 3 ingredients in a large skillet over medium heat stirring until beef crumbles and is no longer pink . Drain WellPlace beef mixture in a large bowl.  Stir in tortilla pieces, next ingredients, and 1 cup  cheese, spoon  mixture into a lightly greased 11x7 inch baking dish.  Sprinkle evenly with remaining 1 cup of cheeseBake at 400o for up20 to 25 minutes or until bubbly.Variations:
The second time I made this I left out the  red onion it was a little too "twangy" for me I used light sour cream(I strongly recommend Daisy  I went generic the first time and b…

Birda Mae's Recipe Corner:Spinach Ravoli Lasagna

I got this image from here

Ingredients:


1(6oz) package fresh baby spinach  throughly washed1/3 cup refrigerated pesto sauce1(25 oz) package frozen cheese Ravoli(do not thaw)1 cup(4oz.)shredded Italian six cheese blend


Preheat oven to 375oChop spinach andtoss with pesto sauce in a medium bowl.Combine Alfredo Sauce and vegetable broth, spoon one third of Alfredo Sauce mixturew(about1/2 cup) into a lightly greased 2.2qt or 11x7 baking dish .  Top with half of spinach mixtute.  Arrange half of ravoli ina single layer over spinach mixture .  Repeat layers once . Top with alfredo sauceBake at 375o for 30 minutes .Remove form oven and sprinkle with shredded cheese. Bake 5 minutes or until hot and bubbly.Variation:
My kids would probably not eat the pesto so I didn't include it . I forgot about the broth but I don't think they noticed.  Normally I use a light alfredo (Ragu) but this time I went for the gusto and used Classico Roasted Garlic A…

Whatcha Makin' Wed May10-13

Hello everyone I hop everyone had a great mother's day and I can't wait to see what everyone made this week.
A few things:

1. Grab the button in the sidebar

2. A worded link is accepat;ble(I.e www.scrapaddict4sure.com)

# If Rule number 1 and 2 are ignored the post will be deleted.  You may post up to 3 projects
they don't have to 3 recipes, 3 craft project or 3 sewing (Unless you just  want to do it that way)
As lon as it's family  friendly and not your etsy page post here

Black and White Wed & Wordless Wed

Well it's that time of the week again . Here  I just discovered Phixr. pretty simple photo editing, unlike paint.net you dont have to download it.  Paint.net is very similar to  Adobe Photoshop Elements but without
the cost and there is also Photoscape  which is totally different from Photoshop elements so I guess it's a matter of preference.  Don't forget you can post your projects here until Friday morning and this
photo is linked up withBlack and White Wed,Wordless Wed,Wordless Wed,but with words and Whatcha Makin' Wed

Whatcha Makin' Wed May3-May6th

Good morning all you creative people!
I decided to put this up a little early but I will have the Linky List open until Friday morning to give people a chance to link up.   So if you have a new recipe,(old recipe)sewing project , roommakeover, photos.whatever you made by hand you are more than welcome to post it here! Briefly I will go over the rules:

1. Grab the button in the sidebar, you may post it in your sidebar this is acceptable.

2. If you already have alot of things in the sidebar or if you are like me can't stand alot of clutter on my
blog. You may post the link in your project post with  or with the rest of the Linky parties listed in your
title bar(I.e. www.scrapaddict4sure.com)

3. Completely ignoring rule one or two will result in your post being deleted.   You may post up to
3 , three similar or 3 different projects that part I leave up to you guys. No etsy pages.
Enjoy your day and I am looking forward to seeing what you guys made this week.

Birda Mae's Recipe Corner: Creamy Cajun Shrimp Linguine

I got this image from here

Here I go again with Cajun food!  This segement of my blog is named after my grandmother(Birda Mae) who passed away November '09.  So from time to time I will post something creole or cajun since this reminds me of her I felt like this was the best way to honor her memory but keeping the tradition of good cooking going.

Ingredients

1 cup water1 14 oz can fat free , less sodium broth6 oz. uncooked linguine1 pound medium shrimp, peeled and devined11/2 tablespoon butter1 8 oz package pre sliced mushrooms1 large red bell pepper, cut into 1/4 inch thick slices2 teaspoons all purpose flour1 teaspoon Cajun seasoning1/4 teaspoon salt2/3 cup half and half1/4 cup fresh flat leaf parsley. Directions

 Combine 1 cup water and broth in a Dutch oven;  bring to a boil.  Break pasta in half add to pan.   Bring mixture toa boil.  Cover,reeduce, heat , and simmer for 8 minutes.  Add shrimp to pan.  Cover and simmer for 3 minutes or …

Recent layout: Family

I was really happy about incorporating all 3 of my favorite colors, orange, hot pink, and yellow as well as use up some supplies I already had on hand.  The epoxy stickers were from Sei(mimosa) and everything  else Paper Studios.  Here's what the journaling says"What can I say ? All you really have in the end is family.  Through our ups and downs family is the one constant(in life)"  These relatives are my first and second cousins.  I have to say if it wasn't for I wouldn't get as much scrapbooking done.I also have to acknowledgeBig Picture Scrapbooking I took the free class about letting go of perfection   I am going to review the info since I have been a perfectionist for a long time when it concerns my scrapbooking I feel like it's helping me.