As I mentioned yesterday, below are pictures of the Bayou Burgers I made for my family. They were excited when they saw them and once they were on their plates, they enjoyed every bite. I hope you find these pictures enticing enough to try the recipe . . .
Above - are the burgers straight from the grill. Below - are the burgers dressed and ready to eat.
While they look fattening, they're really not.
I hope everyone had a great day yesterday. Now back to sewing!
Since my grandson’s birthday, things have been super busy in
my household. My daughter had knee
surgery and my sister-in-law had a stroke within days of each other. We are a very small family, so I found myself
nursing my daughter and helping her get to her doctor appointments, caring for my grandson, and helping my
sister-in-law with: phone calls to
various friends and clients to make cancellations and schedule doctor appointments,
run errands, and help with her yard work.
These activities, added to the normal day-to-day things for my own home,
made for quite a busy month. Because my schedule picked up considerably
these past few weeks, I kept thinking that I really need to squeeze in some
quilting. Oh well—family first!
Prior to my family’s medical needs, I had purchased the latest
quilting design software, but for obvious reasons, have had no real time to explore
it in-depth. The best I have done is a
rough design of my next quilt, which I am excited about. See below but please note the image file was too large to copy so only the center is displayed.