Monthly Archives: March 2014

Cheddar Bacon and Egg Salad from Bunsinmyoven!

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bacon cheddar egg salad

bacon cheddar egg salad

I am trying to “Think Spring” and with Spring, we will be celebrating Easter.  I am always in need of ways to use up all those boiled eggs and I just came across this amazing Egg Salad at www.bunsinmyoven.com.  She said, “not the baby type”, she likes to bake.

 

cheddar bacon egg salad

cheddar bacon egg salad

Yes, I know it calls for 6 eggs, but my hubby ate one before I got the salad made!

cheddar bacon egg salad

cheddar bacon egg salad

After you boil and peel the eggs, place them in a bowl and mash them with a fork.

cheddar bacon egg salad

cheddar bacon egg salad

In another small bowl mix, mayo, mustard, vinegar, parsley flakes, salt (I thought mine was a little too salty) and  pepper.

cheddar bacon egg salad

cheddar bacon egg salad

Add the bacon, cheese and the mayo mixture to the mashed eggs!

cheddar bacon egg salad

cheddar bacon egg salad

I had my first sandwich on muffin and enjoyed it with a glass of OJ for breakfast.  It was wonderful!  Someone suggested grilling it and adding some lettuce and tomato.  I might give that a try next time around.  “Hop” on over to www.bunsinmyoven.com and check out all of her other goodies.

 

 

 

Ingredients:

6 eggs 4 slices bacon 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1 tablespoon mustard 1 teaspoon vinegar 1 teaspoon dried parsley flakes 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon pepper 1/4 cup grated cheddar cheese

Directions:

Add the eggs to a medium sized pot and fill with water to 1 inch above the eggs. Bring the water to a boil over medium heat. Remove from the heat, cover with a lid, and let sit for 15 minutes. Run the eggs under cold water or place them in an ice bath until cold. While the eggs are cooling, chop the bacon into bite sized pieces and fry until crisp over medium heat. Drain the fat and set aside the bacon. Peel the eggs and mash them finely with a fork. Add the mayonnaise, mustard, vinegar, parsley, salt, and pepper and stir to combine. Stir in the bacon and cheddar. Serve as a dip with crackers or between bread as a sandwich.

Read more at http://www.bunsinmyoven.com/2014/01/27/cheddar-bacon-egg-salad/#eDD8CLjwwwXmeXWg.99

Farmer’s Wife Quilt – Block # 19 and 20 – Checkerboard and Churn Dash

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Farmer's Wife blocks #19 Checkerboard

Farmer’s Wife block #19 Checkerboard

This is proving to be one of my favorite blocks.  I paper pieced this block.

Farmer's Wife block #19

Farmer’s Wife block #19

This is the back of the block and the layout for block #19.  You can see I used colored pencils so that I could see where to place each of the fabrics.

Farmer's Wife #20 Churn Dash

Farmer’s Wife #20 Churn Dash

I did not take pictures when I made this block…sorry!  I did fussy cut the center and used my “bucket list” fabric.

Farmer's Wife block #20

Farmer’s Wife block #20

I really need to step it up on these posts.  I am hoping Spring will get me motivated!!

Mason Jar Candle holder – Paris Theme

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Paris theme mason jar candle holder

Paris theme mason jar candle holder

I will be posting some items from our Paris Theme baby shower in the next few weeks.  The first thing I did for the shower was make these adorable tea lights to use on the tables.  I started out with a  clear mason jar.  I then found this great burlap Paris ribbon at Hobby Lobby.  The burlap fit right in, since we were using burlap in the nursery.

Paris theme shower

Paris Theme shower:

The color scheme for the shower was the same as the nursery (coral, mint green and metallic gold).  I also purchased mint 1/4″ ribbon at JoAnne’s.

Paris theme baby shower

Paris theme baby shower

Plug in your hot glue gun and position the front of the mason jar over the word Paris.

Paris theme baby shower

Paris theme baby shower

Fold over the raw edge of one side of the ribbon and apply the hot glue.  (It is hard to see in this picture) Be very careful not to burn your fingers!

Paris theme baby shower

Paris theme baby shower

I purchased this decorative glass at JoAnne’s.  It was gold metallic and fit with our color scheme.

Paris theme baby shower

Paris theme baby shower

I just added a small amount of the glass to the bottom of the jar before I dropped in my votive candles.

Paris theme baby shower

Paris theme baby shower

I then tied the mint ribbon in a square knot on the top of the jar.  Simple and cute!  I also sent them home with the guests so that they would have a keepsake of the shower.

Grandparents with the new Mama

Grandparents with the new Mama