Monday, February 18, 2013

Food Fare day

Usually I do the Food Fare posts on Friday, however I realize it has been a very long time since I posted a Food Fare Friday. I need to catch up on this I guess.
So here we go, a Food Fare on Monday!!
I saw that Fantabulous Cricut's Challenge Me Monday is Kiss the Cook.

This was the perfect nudge I needed to get back on track with my recipe scrapbook.
This recipe is for a seasoning mix we use just about on everything. The recipe came form a family friend many years ago. She never really had a recipe that I recall, just had everything in her head. This was her secret to the best fried chicken ever. She was an amazing cook.
Not sure when or how, but my mom got the measurements/ingredients from her and from then on that is the only way my mom made fried chicken.

My husband and I use it now on just about everything. Have to say, I don't fry chicken, but we do a lot of grilling. It's our go to seasoning mix in our cupboard.

Here's how I did it...
Base is 8x8
Pattern paper is a two sided paper from TPC Studio
The S&P shakers were cut at 2.25" from the From My Kitchen cartridge
The bear/layers cut at 3.25" from the Teddy Bear Parade cartridge
The title is cut at 1" from the Mickey Font cartridge
Doodles with my pens.

The inspiration over at Fantabulous Cricut is worth a click of the mouse to head over there.


Missy said...

This is adorable! I love the doodling, paper and super cute bear you added!!

Melissa said...

I really like this... so cute!

Life and Knits said...

Great recipe page for your book! This recipe looks pretty awesome too!! So glad you joined us this week at FCCB!


Tammy Schmitt said...

Super cute, Barb! What a fab way of incorporating multiple carts. Your detailing makes the page! Thanks for joining us at FCCB:-)


Jaren said...

This is soooo cute! I love it!