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I just added dates to the patterns under "Links to my patterns" so you will know where to find the tutorials that go with them. Please find the tutorials under the year, month and day listed next to the pattern listed. Thanks and enjoy! If you have any questions please feel free to write me at the address in my profile.

Remember these are my own patterns that I drew the patterns for and wrote the tutorials for. I offer these patterns for free for you to make for yourself, as gifts, or even to sell BUT please do NOT claim my patterns as your own or put them on your website. You may put a link to my site on your website. Please be respectful. You would want the same respect for your patterns. Thank you. God bless.

Friday, August 5, 2016

From the Prewitt Kitchen: Lushes Tomato Soup! Mmm, Mmm, Good!


Tis the season when a person with a garden is harvesting the fruits of their labor.  All the wonderful, tasty things that come from planting all those seeds and seedlings make the sweat worth it.  And when you freeze and/or can all those wonderful things they can be enjoyed int he winter too.

I haven't been putting in a garden these past couple of years––to my sorrow I might add.  But a brother and a friend have been taking care of us in this area!!  But, not complaining, there was just a few to many for us to eat in short order.  So I am going to share with you a recipe I came up with.  It is quick and easy and  I hope you enjoy it.






Lushes Tomato Soup!!











What I did was use about 6 large tomatoes.

You will need either a food processor or blender.



This is a blurry picture, but there is a blemish in the middle.  Remove any blemishes or bad spots.  Cut them out and throw away.


Cut up and put in processor or blender.  Blend, but not necessarily until smooth.  Leave a little chunky.  Put in a large sauce pan and turn on heat to medium low.









While that is heating up.  Get your head of cabbage, and onion and a green pepper.   Slice off about 1/2 to 1 inch of cabbage.





 remove the heart and chop up the slice





 and put in skillet with one and half tablespoons of butter, melted.











 Chop 1/4 of a green pepper






 And a large slice of an onion, chop














Place all in the skillet







Sprinkle mixture with nutmeg––just a sprinkle.  Also sprinkle with salt and pepper.  Saute until vegetables are tender.













Stir in vegetables to the tomatoes. 












Add 1 quarter  of this cheese, Dubliner, Oh is it good!!  And 1/2 cup of heavy whipping cream.




Heat through and serve.  And enjoy!!




YUMMY!!!





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Dates Added

I just added dates to the patterns under "Links to my patterns" so you will know where to find the tutorials that go with them. Please find the tutorials under the year, month and day listed next to the pattern listed. Thanks and enjoy! If you have any questions please feel free to write me at the address in my profile.

Remember these are my own patterns that I drew the patterns for and wrote the tutorials for. I offer these patterns for free for you to make for yourself, as gifts, or even to sell BUT please do NOT claim my patterns as your own or put them on your website. You may put a link to my site on your website. Please be respectful. You would want the same respect for your patterns. Thank you. God bless.

Pre-Op for Sweaters and Shrugs

This "Pre-Op for Sweaters and Shrugs" is to help you with sizing. There is a place for arm length, body length, wrist size---every thing you need to keep track of to make my sweaters and shrugs. The download button is on the right. You can copy off as many as you need sweaters and shrugs for. If you have any questions about this please let me know and I will try to help.