Sunday, December 4, 2011

Finis!




Finished today! Yahoo.
Done on 40ct confederate gray with the recommended floss.

I tried a new recipe in the crockpot this weekend. After having Indian Pudding on or trip to Maine I figured that I needed to make some. I googled it and came up with a recipe that seemed my speed.



It is made with milk, eggs, cornmeal, molasses, ginger, cloves, allspice and finely chopped dates. Yum! Served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. I will definitely be making this again.

Have a great week friends!
Now what should I stitch?

Chris
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19 comments:

Ann said...

Beautiful! Congrats on the finish!

Michele said...

Congrats on the lovely finish! MMMMM...that pudding looks yummy!

Michele said...

That pudding reminds me of a dessert my granny makes. She got it from her mother (lots of Indian on that side!) It is made from cornbread and sweet potatoes (- you can see the pumpkin-sweet potato substitution). I always liked to think of it as an old family recipe handed down through the generations from Native American ancestors - until I saw her make it and use a can of condensed milk! That can't be "authentic!" ;)

Margaret said...

Congratulations on the finish! It's beautiful! The Indian Pudding sounds delicious too. Where did you get the recipe?

Myra said...

Whooo hoooo! Congrats on a wonderful finish.

Laurie in Iowa said...

Congrats on your beautiful finish. The Indian pudding looks yummy!

Deborah said...

Wonderful finish! I love Indian Pudding but I have never had it with chopped dates. It looks yummy.

Barb said...

Your finished project is lovely! Good going!

Christina said...

A beautiful finish! wOW, 40ct?? Hats off to you!

Carol said...

Oh,what a beauty, Chris!! I just love it :)

robindefender said...

Your finish looks great. Maybe you should stitch an ornament or two to add to your tree, should you ever put it up again!

Michelle said...

Beautiful finish. I need to get back to working on mine (still on part 1)!

valerie said...

Congrats on your finish! It's stunning! I never even got around to starting this mystery! lol

cucki said...

yipeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee a big well done..it is looking so beautiful..congratulations :)
pudding is looking so yummyyy;)
now what you will stitch? cant wait to see that..
big hugs cucki xx

PegC said...

Isn't that the best feeling--a finish AND a new receipe which I must admit sounds fabulous!

Patty C. said...

Great Finish ;)

Catherine said...

Wonderful finish!

Mindi said...

Congratulations on such a great finish! Your version of Indian Pudding looks absolutely yummy.

Karoline said...

Congratulations Chris, it's lovely