Posted in Art, Artists, Bits n Pieces, Doodles, Food, minneapolis, Personal, tagged cards, hey, hot dogs, minneapolis, picnik, postcards, printer on August 1, 2010|
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I was playing around with Picnik today and I made this little card! I’ve been thinking about doing digital collage style cards to add to my Etsy, what do you think of it? I’m looking for some feedback! Also, if you print photo cards/postcards, do you print them from home or do you get them from a printers? I don’t have a nice printer so I’m looking for a good printer online until I can get a nicer printer for the house. Who have you used before? Just popping in to say hello and I hope everyone is having a good weekend! Tucker and I are going to go to the Magic Bus Cafe in a little bit and I can’t wait for a veggie chili dog! If you live in or near Minneapolis-I HIGHLY recommend you checking them out. Cathy is an awesome lady and the dogs are ridiculously delicious!
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Posted in Bits n Pieces, Food, In The Kitchen, Recipes, tagged honeydew, lime, natural choice popsicles, popsicle molds, popsicles, recipes on June 18, 2010|
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Wooo!! It is hot hot hot! Minneapolis is practically on fire (to me) and I need anything to beat the heat! One of my top things for cooling off is popsicles. So, this post will be all about popsicles! Enjoy, and try not to drool!
photo by: Victoria Pearson
1/4 cup superfine or regular granulated sugar
1/4 cup water
1 (3 1/2-lb) ripe honeydew melon, peeled, seeded, and cut into 1/2-inch pieces (4 cups)
2/3 cup fresh lime juice
Dissolve sugar in water by stirring if using superfine or by heating in a small heavy saucepan if using regular granulated (then cool).
Blend half of melon and half of lime juice in a blender until smooth. Add syrup and remaining melon and lime juice and purée until smooth. Force purée through a fine-mesh sieve into a 2-quart glass measure or bowl, pressing on solids and then discarding them.
Pour mixture into molds and freeze until slushy, about 2 hours.
Insert sticks, then freeze Popsicles until completely hardened, at least 6 hours
Follow this link
for more popsicle molds and where you can get them!
These are my favorite not homemade popsicles. There are some other yummy flavors like pink lemonade! Check out their site
, your local grocer may carry them and if not-you should ask!
Egads! Ok, I said no drooling but I can’t help it! I need to get a cool treat stat!
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