Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Kid's corner Crayola Coloring Puzzle sheets

My daughter really likes puzzles, and sometimes needs a little something different.  On Crayola's website, they have a lot of coloring sheets and kids crafts ideas.  I came across the puzzle sheet.  They draw their own picture and make it their own puzzle.  Obviously you can cut your own designs but I thought it was a really cute idea.  They have several different ones.  I helped Claire with this one. 
You can find them here:
Crayola Puzzles
 Hope your having a great week! Happy cold first day of Spring!


Thursday, February 7, 2013

Fast Lunch: Olive Oil and Garlic Couscous with Grilled Chicken

 I've always loved couscous, but now that Aldi carries it I buy it all the time.  All you have to do is boil water and then add the couscous and cover.  5 Minutes later, its ready!  I also grilled up some chicken and sliced it to round out the meal. 
 It's high in fiber, whole grain, definitely a plus. You can add so many things to this.  What would you add?  Please stop by and leave me a comment!

SewrightBlog by Ruth Yoder

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Tater Tot Breakfast bake

I really like breakfast but I'm picky.  Cereal doesn't cut it; I'd just rather not eat anything.  This, however, hits the spot with Potato, Eggs,and Cheese.  You could also add sausage or bacon if you like, I just didn't have any on hand.  Super versatile recipe.

4 Eggs
1 Cup Shredded cheese
3/4 Cup Milk
10oz frozen tater tots

In and 8x8 pan, spray non stick spray.  Turn oven to 350F degrees.  Mix eggs and milk and add salt and pepper.  Add cheese, stir and pour in pan.  Add tater tots on top.  Place into your oven for 45 minutes or until egg in the middle is cooked.  Turned out really good, and I got last nights dishes done while it baked.  My 2 yr old loved it too, which is a definite plus!

Hope you try it!

Sewright Blog by Ruth Yoder 
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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Christmas is coming...

Pear head
I saw this on Pinterest.  So cute!  Christmas is my favorite time of year.  I love it.  And I love decorating for it, especially now with a preschooler.  You can find the kit here.  I'm going to check out Michael's or look around Pinterest to see if I can do this another way too.  What a fun thing to do with your kids!

Here are some fun things for October!

 Burlap Tea light Holder
Monster Pillow

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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Thin Pork Chops with Pineapple Fried Rice

I just saw a recipe on for Pioneer Woman's Pork Chops and Pineapple Fried Rice.  It looked amazing so I had to give it a try.  I changed up my recipe a bit for what I had available to me.  I've made it twice and here is another one I did without the peas.  The sauce is the amazing part.  I just love it. 
I used boneless pork chops that I brined( water, salt, brown sugar) overnight.  I put mine in a pan and brown each side and then put in the oven for 10 minutes at 425 F degrees.  I then bake my rice in the oven for 45 minutes and let it cool while I made the egg and such of the fried rice. I used canned Pineapple and tossed it into the rice mix in the pan to heat it.  The sauce is also done in a separte pan and then I pour it over the pork chops in a separate dish with a cover.   BEST EVER.  While I was posting this, I've just decided we are having this tonight as well. 

Hope everyone is doing well!

Sewright Blog by Ruth Yoder
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