Better late then never right? Well that's my story anyway. I wanted to share a great fall lunchie recipe yesterday that I made for the Mr and myself on Labor Day. Actually I've made it several times, just never took pics. It's from another Gooseberry Patch cookbook - Autumn in the Country and the sandwich is called Apple and Turkey Sandwiches - hmmm I wonder if I blogged about this one a couple of years ago - anyway it's worth repeating. Here's the list of ingredients in case you want to give it a try
2 Tbsp Jellied Cranberry Sauce ( I used whole cranberry sauce because I had it on hand - either way doesn't really matter)
2 Tbsp mayo
8 slices sourdough bread (my favorite)
1 lb of deli turkey, thinly sliced
1 Granny Smith apple, cored, peeled and thinly sliced
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese (I used marble jack because that's what I had on hand)
Mix together the cranberry sauce and mayo, spread evenly over the bread slices. Arrange bread on an ungreased baking sheet. Divide turkey evenly among the bread. Top turkey with apple slices, sprinkle with cheese.
Broil until cheese is melted and golden - serves 4. As you can see I only made 1/2 a recipe
Mr. Farmhouse ate it right up and so did I - if you try it let me know.
We had woolies at Ms. Faye's the other day - what a treat it was. She knows how to set a table. Because it's September she went with the back to school theme
Don't you just love that little Fisher Price school bus with the weeble people waiting to be picked up. She even spelled Woolies with her wooden blocks
But the best part - she MADE everyone a little chalkboard to take home with them
how dang cute is that - and that dessert, well slap me sisters it was wonderful, apple cake with caramel sauce. Hey Faye remember to share that recipe.
Show and tell was again wonderful - here's a peek for ya - PM's piece from her class with Anka's Treasures the other day
she was on a roll with her show and tell and this quilt was beee-u-ti-ful. Hey that would look great in the Farmhouse - I'm just sayin
This small quilt was so cute and those colors were yummy - she tea stained when she was done to tone down the colors - great job chicky
Ms. Jean was busy as well
she is cross stitching up some samples for me, here's the first one done - isn't that adorable - I LOVE IT
JM is finishing up a sample for a local quilt store - those little blocks I think she said were 2 1/2 square, now that's tiny
she also finished up her wool flower garden - WOW it was pretty
Little silver was sleeping on the job this go around, but I did think to take a picture of Faye's cute fireplace mantel already for fall
And this adorable quilt in her dining room
There will be small snippets of wool in a few places on this piece. There's one for each season and I need at least 2 of them done by my deadline of the middle of October. You won't find these kits on the website but if your interested just shoot me an email. I plan on framing this little guy for display.
Well I think that's it and your up to date. I'm heading up to the sewing cave to get some more stitching and kitting done. Hope you have a wonderful weekend. The weather here today is beautiful, but cooler more fall weather is on the way next week.
Until Next Time