Onion Pie and lithographs
Saturday was the meeting of the Happy Scrappers; this time our project was to assemble the Santa Christmas quilt which will be our donation to the quilt Auction held in early March. I wasn’t too keen on hauling my sewing machine as it would have been a lot of lifting but decided to take along a Row quilt that I had just completed quilting and work on attaching the binding.
Of course, we always EAT–and there is a small contest between the members about tasty dishes. I found a recipe for an onion pie in my Teatime for the Masters cookbook that I thought might be fun to try. I don’t cook much these days and most of my cooking in the past was to feed hungry teenage boys–a very different kind of approach than one for ladies. It’s a whole pan full of onions mixed with sour cream and eggs, then baked in a pie shell. It received rave reviews and two people asked to take it home with them.
My next stop was at the Stark Museum. This museum is known for its collection of Western art. I perused the offerings and was delighted to find original lithographs and paintings by Audubon.
Home to a movie night—a good day.
sorry, no photo of that onion pie or of me cutting it up with tears running down my face.