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November 4, 2019
Veal (or Turkey) Meatballs with Basil Cream Sauce from From My Carolina Home

Ready for a delicious dinner that is on the table in under half an hour? I have had this recipe ready to go for some time, but just haven’t had the time to get to it.  It is so good that I’ve made it several times already and My Sweet Babboo thinks it is a winner.  With only 15 minutes to prep, and 15 to cook, it comes together really fast.  I really like the delicate flavor of veal for these meatballs, but I know veal is expensive, and I don’t buy it unless it is a ...

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October 31, 2019
Turkey Table Topper – A Free Pattern from Gray Barn Designs

It’s the last day of October and Thanksgiving is fast approaching!

Need a quick turkey table topper?  Give Sandy’s “Garrett Gobble” pattern a try!  He’s a cutie and is made from a extra scraps we all have on hand.  I like his embroidered little turkey feet.IMG_4467[1]The finished table topper measures 30 inches x 30 inches.  The pattern is made with (36) 5.5 inch squares but left over charm squares would also work great.  IMG_4482[1] You can download the pattern by clicking on this link:

Garret X. Gobble Jr. Table Topper 10 09 18

 

We’ll sign ...

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October 11, 2019
Happy Canadian Thanksgiving from Clever Chameleon

Happy Thanksgiving table top quilt with turkey at Clever Chameleon

Wishing all my Canadian friends a wonderful holiday for the coming weekend

Australians as a whole don’t do Thanksgiving, although many traditional churches do have a low-key harvest thanksgiving service in our late summer or early autumn. But I like thankfulness, and since it’s likely impossible to indulge in too much thankfulness, the Chameleon and I are getting on the Canadian bandwagon today. Happy Thanksgiving for the weekend and Monday, Canadian friends and everyone!

Canadian flag Clever Chameleon

It wasn’t until last year that I became aware that Canada has its own Thanksgiving Day, separate from the American occasion. And then ...

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October 8, 2019
Talking Turkey: Colour & Inspiration Tuesday from Clever Chameleon

Talking Turkey colour board at Clever Chameleon

October’s Island Batik Challenge is “Top It Off”

Top it off button for October's Island Batik challenge

My challenge as an Island Batik Ambassador in October is to: create a holiday runner or table topper, any size; must include appliqué. But don’t you think that’s a bit too easy for the Chameleon? He’s a challenge veteran by now!

So, let’s make it a proper challenge then. Purely self-imposed. Hmmm…… How about also: use the Accuquilt Cleopatra’s Fan die supplied in the July ambassador supplies box; make it juvenile; and choose a culturally irrelevant holiday. That should Top it right Off!

Pieced Cleopatra's Fans blocks at Clever Chameleon for turkey feathers

Hahaha. Sure! Luckily ...

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December 30, 2018
Snow Birds from From My Carolina Home

There have been a wide variety birds on the feeder this month, particularly when it snowed earlier in December.   DH has kept the feeder full of nice cracked sunflower seeds, and I made a suet cake for them too.  The goldfinches on the upper left have put on their more drab winter garb.  The one on the upper right is a Carolina wren, with a titmouse and then a bluebird below.  We have chickadees and nuthatches too.

Birds in the Snow at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

We seem to have a whole family of bluebirds, three of them sharing the lower feeder on this cold and snowy day.

Birds in the Snow at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

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December 21, 2018
Christmas Dinner from From My Carolina Home

This weekend is the time to shop for those holiday foods for Christmas dinner.  This is a fun time, planning the meal, deciding what would be festive and special.  For many years now, we have done a Standing Rib Roast.  Yes, a bit expensive, but it is Christmas and that is only once a year.  These are not difficult to cook, and that post will show you step by step how to do it.

Holiday Dinner Standing Rib Roast at From My Carolina Home

It becomes a bit more economical when the leftover prime rib bones are used to make Beef and Barley Stew,  another easy recipe.  Garnished with a ...

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December 9, 2018
Beginning of Winter from From My Carolina Home

After a warmer than usual Autumn, we finally got a cold spell over the past couple of weeks, turning the remaining leaves pretty colors. Most of the trees are bare now, but a few remain here and there.  This picture is from the last week in November, early morning mist is settled in the valley with clouds low over the distant mountain ridge.

Mountain Living in December at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

The deer are migrating.  This little group has been around most of the summer, and the little ones have finally lost their spots.

Mountain Living in December at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

There are two adult females and three little ones.

Mountain Living in December at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

Clarence is getting really big ...

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November 25, 2018
the weekend of thanksgiving . . . from Count it *all* JOY!

This is going to be a culmination post ... covering the long weekend which isn't really over, because we get Monday, too -- but that will be for another day's post.

Wednesday was pie and prep day. I love pie and prep day! This year's was particularly good because I found the *best* pecan pie recipe. Pecan Pie is Todd's favorite, and for years I've struggled to find a recipe that felt no-fail and tasted delicious.  
This year, thanks to Genius Kitchen and PCrocker, my search is over. I admit that I made a few changes right ...

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Delicious Ways with Leftover Turkey from From My Carolina Home

Are you tired of turkey yet?  Sometimes I freeze big portions of turkey to use later, and most years I’ll boil the bones for soup, or turkey and dumplings.  I thought today would be a great day to show you some recipes to make the leftovers taste like a fresh meal with different flavors.  Starting off, this recipe uses a lot of little bits left over, with your leftover cranberry sauce and some barbeque sauce, you have a totally new meal.  I used toast only because I didn’t have any sesame seed buns, but they are great with ...

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November 22, 2018
Turkey..Pie..Nap…Oh MY! from Lisa H Calle's Blog

 

The sun is shining brightly in Hilton Head where I prepare to tee off for a round of golf; my second love in life. But before I venture into the rolling, green hills composed of 19 holes I wanted to wish all my fellow followers a Happy Thanksgiving.  I hope your plans include eating WAY too much turkey, indulging in a few holiday drinks and slumbering peacefully as Mr. Tryptophan slips you into nappy land.  Those are my intentions for the next 24 hours!

     What would Thanksgiving be without including Black Friday and Cyber Monday? So let’s whoop it ...

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November 19, 2018
Thanksgiving Tablescape from From My Carolina Home

I love Thanksgiving, it is my favorite day of the year!  We usually don’t have company on the day, but we enjoy extending the holiday through the weekend before getting to the December frenzy.  On Saturday, we are having a small dinner party of six, so of course that means a pretty table.  I set it up early so I can enjoy it all week.

Thanksgiving Tablescape 2018 at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

Place settings begin with the autumn color placemats I use frequently this time of year.  I still love the gold flatware with autumn colors so those are used again too.  I decided not to ...

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September 4, 2018
Fall Into A Quilt Along Block Nine from Quilt in Piece

Fall Into A Quilt Along Block Nine Today brings a fantastic pattern for block 9 in the Fall Into A QAL. Gobble, Gobble! Today’s block is the Turkey and is designed by Karen Thurn of Tuna Quilts. https://tunaquilts.com/ I thought I was being so careful in choosing my colors for the turkey, but it turned out to be a rainbow turkey. And I love her, yes it is a her. Tinkerbell the Turkey. Here she is. Full instructions is in the pattern that you will download. You can download the pattern here. As I am planning to ...

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November 27, 2017
So many reasons to be thankful... from Sew Preeti Quilts

I was not going to write about it because this is a quilting blog and not an everyday life kinda blog. But it is my quilter friends that I am thankful for and it is the everyday life that inspires my quilting.

with Sylvia in Reading Mall

Earlier this month, I drove to PA to meet with my quilty buddies.  Sylvia and I met up for lunch. She brought me this gorgeous Kaffe fabric. Not a FQ or a sliver but 3+ yards of it.

I love you!!!
Thank you, Sylvia.
How did she know I am having an affair ...

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November 23, 2017
Give Thanks from Telling Stories Through the Needle's Eye

In my family (Kara), the Thanksgiving meal has a lot of must-haves. Stuffing is probably the most critical element, but you can't have stuffing without good turkey.


With all of that, you have to have gravy, which is my personal favorite. Our must-haves are so important that we once stopped a Thanksgiving meal just as we were sitting down, because I forgot to make the green bean casserole, which is my son's favorite.

Over here in Germany, today is just like any other day for obvious reasons, but living where we do, there are a lot of Americans ...

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November 20, 2017
Thanksgiving Menu from Patchwork Times by Judy Laquidara

I was looking for something totally different last night and came across this page with recipes for smoked turkey. If you scroll down a bit you’ll see a recipe for smoked turkey with blue corn stuffing and cranberry salsa. I don’t have blue cornmeal so I’ll use regular cornmeal but the stuffing looks good –...

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November 13, 2017
Block Tour Road Rally and Giveaway from Pieced Brain

Welcome to the Block Tour Road Rally! From today until Friday, November 17, Quiltmaker is celebrating the publication of 100 Blocks Volume 16 with a fun blog tour and lots of giveaways! I can't wait to visit all the other participating blogs because the blocks in this issue of the magazine are fantastic! Wait, my block is in there, too!

"Best Friends Forever" is my new applique' block. It is reminiscent of a stuffed cat I used to make and it occurred to me it would look awesome as a quilt block. What do you think? I added the ...

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November 10, 2017
Turkey place mat revisited! from Wasatch Quilting

Last Friday we mentioned that the Turkey Place mat would be our last $5 Friday until after the sale. Don’t worry,  $5 Friday will resume Dec. 1rst exactly! I loved the Turkey place mat so much I wanted to make a few for our Thanksgiving dinner. So, I took my mom to the fabric store. I learned a lesson about that one! We will NEVER leave!  We will also end up with LOTS of ideas in our heads, and then going home and revising the Turkey place mat so you have even MORE options!

I didn’t want to ...

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November 6, 2017
Thanksgiving Turkey Blogger Blog Background from Kitty and Me Designs

If you like my Thanksgiving Turkey Blog Background, you can use it on your own Blogger Blogspot blog.

Thanksgiving Turkey Blog Background
Copy and paste the code below into your HTML thingy:

<style type="text/css">
body { background-image : url(https://c1.staticflickr.com/5/4474/38043717761_76cf9aa2cf_o.jpg); background-position: center; background-repeat: no-repeat;  background-attachment : fixed; }
</style>

<script type="text/javascript">
var div = document.createElement('div');
div.setAttribute('style',"position: absolute; left: 0px; top: 30px; z-index: 50; width: 150px; height: 45px;");
div.innerHTML = '<a target="_blank" href=" "></a>';
document.getElementsByTagName('body').item(0).appendChild(div);
</script>

This is for Blogspot 2 column blogs.

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September 13, 2017
September in the Garden from From My Carolina Home

The garden is winding down, and the hurricane has helped to move things along.  A few critters did their share too. DH modified the bird feeder so that less seed would spill into the tray, which made it a bit more difficult for the larger birds like the cardinals to eat. So, feeling sorry for them, he purchased a second feeder, and mounted it below the first one.  The little birds like the goldfinches began using the new one pretty quickly. The cardinals continued to go to the big one.

September in the Garden at From My Carolina Home

Then later, success, they figured it out.  He later added ...

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