Good morning everyone. Today is Saturday, what's on the agenda for you today? I plan to start making some curtains for my bedroom. The ones I have now just have to go. I can't wait to start cutting and sewing.
Now, I know I'm supposed to pass this on but I can never pick, so to all the blogs I read this is for you. Plus I'm going to do something different. I give this Sunshine Award to all who read my blog. Whether you comment or not you all bring sunshine to my life. Thank You!
Renee also asked a question on the post Menu Plan Monday, which was this:Hi Judy! Ok, I'm curious what you will do with the pork neck bones...
This is what I did.
I took the frozen neck bones and thawed them out.
I browned them in a cast iron dutch oven.
Don't you just love green onions? I do, and was too pumped when this recipe called for them.
So, I simmered it and simmered it.
I know you're not supposed to take the meat off the bone but I did to stretch it out. I also thickened the juices and added rice to it. I have to say I wasn't overly fond of this dish. Maybe next time I won't add the rice but just have it as a side dish or maybe serve the neck bones over the rice. Or better yet I'll just find another way to prepare neck bones.
Jim's been having a hard time getting used to his new grain mill. His other two mills ground the flour so differently. They almost heated the flour up so the rising process was very short. This mill grinds the wheat in a much different way. So right now it's trial and error with each batch.
This last batch the breads split on top,
and also developed a funny looking top. But I have to say, despite how the tops looked this had to have been the best bread so far.
It's Valentines Day tomorrow.
You all have a wonderful weekend.