Friday, September 14, 2012

Weekend Photo Hunt (glass-hairy)

When this week theme of glass came up, it made me hungry for custard. So I got out my little glass custard (flan) dishes.
Made some up and add some fresh picked blackberries to them.

Baked Custard....

4 eggs
¾ cup of milk
sugar to taste
Mix 3 ingredients well...pour into custard dishes..should be enough for 4 of them.
Preheat oven to 350° spray your custard cups with “pam” or something like that. Fill custard cups 2/3 full add fruit if desired.
Put some water in pan.., a oblong cake works custard dish into pan of into preheat oven and bake for about an 1 hour or until knife inserted come out clean.
Remove custard cups from pan of water cover with plastic wrap and place in refrigerator for about 3 hours.

I wasn't sure if I was going to get this shot of “Daisy” hairy little belly. She will lay beside Murphy and let him rub her little hairy enjoys it.

Next weekend photo hunt theme will be automobile and or escape

  Recently we been putting up all sort of stuff. Murphy and I use this mill to make a juice...quite messy...but it was good with could say “red beer”
We got 7 quarts of tomatoes can up.

I filled in for Alice with her client on Thursday. That day she takes Libby to a school in Sandpoint for mental challenged people. Then she was heading over to Newport to deliver some preserves.

We and when I say we it's me and the hubby Murphy. Friday morning we went and did some repair work on our chimney. I was total shock he new anything about masonry work.
I stay below and was the go to I ran around and fetch different tools...Plus giving him moral support..Confession time...At time I'm not very good at giving moral support..Opinion time..Murphy gets frustrated easy...Statement time...I have know trouble telling him to put a sock in it. But from ground level looks like he did a good job.
Murphy did announce that we would soon need to re-due the chimney. But it's ok for this wood burning season. At times I wonder if it worth it. Natural Gas is so cheap....Murphy and I like going and getting firewood....but I notice that fuel for our rigs is at $3.89 a wood getting isn't getting any cheaper either.

No One won the scarecrow I was giving away..that's how the ball balances. But I did get the old world Santa done. I'll probably list it on Esty...not sure what price I want for it...Two things I don't know if I bought it in greenware or bisque and can't remember the price I paid for it. I know I don't own a ceramic mold for that piece.
But towards end of November or first part of December I'll be giving away 4 ornaments.


  1. I'm pretty picky about custard but that sounds good.

  2. Anonymous8:56 PM

    both perfect for the themes. i love custard. haven't really tasted the "perfect" one yet.

  3. For a minute I was worried something hairy grew on your custard. But a hairy belly is always fun to see. Our hairy Eddie Bear was perfect for this week's theme.

  4. That sounds very yummy and the belly is so cute !

  5. Beautiful custard and am impressed with the juice-making! :)

  6. Would love to have custard for tea! Happy weekend!

  7. Baking a custard well can be a little harried too!
    Thanks for playing with us. Happy Hunting y'all~

  8. Wonderful takes on the themes!

  9. First time I heard of a Photo Hunt theme making someone inspired to go cook! :D

  10. We had to laugh at ourselves. Our mom read "fresh pickled blackberries" at first and we all made a face at the thought...!


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