Friday, 7 July 2017

Bits & Pieces


I have started my new EPP project out of my new book,still a little way to go,Narelle where are you up to my friend.


I didnt have many finishes for the month of June,but did get 2 finished.


I made a big pot of corn chowder recipe here.


I am not a tuna lover but i made this recipe up and i quite like it as does hubby,next time i will also add a can of creamed corn and i didnt add the lemon juice i found it didnt need it,recipe below if you would like to try it also.

 Hope your day is a good one.
Cheers Shez xx


19 comments:

  1. Love your hexies. The fabrics are lovely. Beautiful finishes. Hugs,xx

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  2. Enjoyed your post Shez a bit of everything well done

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  3. your hexies are so neatly put togehrre and I do think yoiur Tilda doll is so sweet - I made a huge pot of soup yesterday - but nothing as interesting as your lovely meals!
    Hugz

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  4. Gorgeous hexies! Such strong colors in your fabrics, I love them!

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  5. Gorgeous Shez ... just catching up on your blog at long last my friend. Love ALL your creations (including the cooking ones!!) & adore your Tilda dolly. xxx

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  6. Great hexies Shez, looks like you have been cooking up a storm!!

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  7. I love your new hexie project, such pretty fabrics. Its such great weather for soups and bakes, I can't remember the last time I had a Tuna Mornay.

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  8. Tuna mornay was always a favourite at our place. Great winter food. You're making so many lovely things.

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  9. wondering hat your hexie project is looking good and I fins hexies so relaxing to do. Finishes look good and already know the doll is well loved.Never had corn chowder, the tuna mornay looks tasty but I am too too lazy in the kitchen to make things like this the joy of living on my own means I do not have to bother

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  10. Nice hexies Shez. Love the look of that tuna mornay but my husband does not like tuna so I will have to go without! xx

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  11. Such lovely little hexagons. Enjoy your project.
    Lovely winter fare. Thanks for sharing the recipes.

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  12. You hit a home run today. I liked all these thingz. I'm just starting hexies though, yours reminds me that winter season is fast closing in here. Mine is light colors and just maybe I will get it pieced by spring. The chowder made me think of all the soups and stew for this winter. I'm always looking forward to the next season for some reason and fussing that the current one is running out. Now the tuna casserole, that's a year around thing here. Have not ever heard of putting lemon in it though, salmon yes. I might give that a try.
    What is a EPP project? Is the adorable little bird an ornament? It's quite lovely. I have a shelf over my bed and that would be a splendid addition on the hooks. How's that for subtlety?
    How big of a fan of Tildas are you? Do you have many of Tone's books? Her fabric line is always so pretty. A little pricy for me though. Well that should take care of us for a couple of days, don't you think? Gotta start sewing if I'm gonna get the shop open.
    Hugs

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  13. Don't you just love hexies? I keep collecting them from whatever scraps I have. I go in spurts making them but it's mostly a winter project. Heck MOST of my projects are WINTER. It's so hard for me to stay inside when we have summer. Basically where I live, there are 2 chilly spring months, 3 summer months, 2 fall months and 5 winter months. I like any pasta dish, but more so if it does not include red sauce. We eat something similar to your recipe a lot in the cooler and cold months. If it has tuna and noodles, my family calls it Tuna Noodle Casserole, no matter what pasta I use and anything else that's in it.
    xx, Carol

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  14. complimenti per i tuoi lavori!!!! buon fine settimana Lory

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  15. Hexies look great...both dishes look delish!!!your doll looks fantastic...xxxxx

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  16. Ah you went a hexieing too! Love your finishes Shez. You are such a good cook...yum! I always substitute salmon as I really dislike tuna. Yiu need something warm in your tummy down there...brrrr!

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  17. There may not be a lot of finishes but it still looks like a lot of work going on!

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  18. Love the hexie project , my kind of colours. Looks like a yummy meal too ☺

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  19. gorgeous little doll and stitchery. love your hexies.

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