Daffy's Stitchy Friends

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Sisterhood, among other things

Yesterday, my blog friend, Oklahoma Granny, posted a promising recipe called Pizza Casserole. I love easy dinners after working all day so I came home from work today with the stuff I needed to create it. Oh yum! It was good!

I changed a couple things...the recipe calls for three cups dry noodles but I went ahead and used the whole bag. I hate measuring! I also LOVE cheese so I doubled the cheese it called for!


Rick was packing the leftovers for work before we were even finished eating! Thanks for a lovely dinner, Granny!


The Sisterhood is ready to travel! Carol has finished her lovely lady and is ready to send her to the next lucky sister. Will it be you? Visit this post on Carol's blog to sign up and hurry she's ready to draw tomorrow! I was the 17th sister to stitch this design and it was such an honor, although...it was a little scary holding that pattern in my own hands for the first time and reading the little notes left by each sister. Emotionally overwhelming!
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Thank you for visiting my blog today!
xox


29 comments:

valerie said...

Mmm.....dinner looks yummy!!

Oklahoma Granny said...

So glad to hear the casserole was a hit at your house!

Pumpkin said...

Oh yum! I do a version of this but use ground sausage meat instead. It almost gives it a sweet taste :oP

Nita said...

Yum! Looks delish.
I've already petitioned the drawing fairies to let the traveling pattern come my way - one of these days, I know it will!

corinna said...

oh lordy
are there any leftovers
i'm hungry!

stitchinfiend said...

That dinner looks so tempting. It is always nice when there are left overs for them to take to work.

Jackie said...

I love quick yummy dinners! And extra cheese? It's always a good decision.

Christine said...

Oh, that looks so yummy! Must try that soon!

Parsley said...

Love the stitching! That pattern is so cute!

Missy Ann said...

Measuring is for stitching not cooking! I would've likely used the whole bag too. :)

Sandra :) said...

MMMMmmmmm thats my kind of recipe - it looks yummy - I've added the ingredients to my shopping list so I can try it out :)

I have Callaway Corelle as well - isn't it pretty? LOL!!

Meadows08 said...

I'm going to try your recipe...it looks like a kid pleaser!

Annemiek said...

That looks soooooo good, will have to check out the recipe. I love your finish!

Carolyn NC said...

Yummy looking!

Annette said...

It looks yummy...
I;m going to read the recipe...
Your sisterhood piece is so lovely

Brigitte said...

It sounds and looks absolutely delicious. It will be one of my future lunch recipes.
Good to hear that you are over your virus and have regained health.

Hazel said...

Thanks for the heads up on the travelling stitcher. Your casserole looks lovely. Yumm. x

Annie said...

That really looks tasty. Great comfort food.

I hope to be part of the Sisterhood one day. That whole traveling pattern thing is just so cool!

Laura said...

Will have to give that a try. I work long hours and have hungry people in my house at all times, so quick and easy dinners are my favorite kind!

Siobhan said...

Yumm! I'll have to try that out. I did a similar recipe years ago but forget the measurements, etc.

Christine said...

The sisterhood stitching is lovely.
I do a pasta bake a bit like that, but using a kind of ratatouille vegetable mixture instaed of a meat sauce

Patti said...

That dish looks really really yummy. I'm going to wander over to Granny's blog and see how she makes it. I really want to do the Travelling Sisterhood piece now so will be sure and put my name down as soon as I can. BTW I love your blog.
Love
Patti xxx

Cheryl said...

Oh that looks yummy - off to check out the recipe, thanks :)

Julie said...

dinner looks tasty, making my mouth water LOL

Wonder where the chart will end up next, you stitched it up beautifully.

Von said...

That casserole would make my boys very happy, lol!

Lynn said...

That looks like my kind of recipe! It's making me hungry just looking at yet. I'm guessing you're feeling much better now, right?

Karan said...

Yum! Now if I can find a non-dairy alternative to the cheese I'll be making this. Thanks for the link. :0) A very pretty finish too. :0)

Sharon said...

Thanks for sharing this recipe link-I am always looking for new ones to try.

Tessa said...

Thanks for the info regarding the travelling stitcher. I was the 4th Stitcher :)
Lizzy, who was after me, took quite a while to stitch her up so perhaps the next person will come through in the end.
Your dinner looks yummy!