Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Carnival #118

Welcome to the Make it from Scratch Carnival. There are many wonderful submissions this week. So, let's dig in! 

How Sweet It Is

Dawn C. is building her confidence in the kitchen. She is beginning with little steps like making Funnel Cake Mix. Way to Go!

Liss is making Lolly Gobble Bliss Bombs! Don't know what that is? Go find out. It looks wonderfully yummy, but she warns that it is also a tad addictive. 

Rani shares the recipe for  Banana Split Dessert posted at Christ's Bridge.

Icing should be a very simple thing shouldn't it? I still have a hard time getting it to come out right. Perhaps I need to try the  Best White Icing Ever that timbuck2mom is making. 

What can't Marsha make in a bread machine? This week it is Banana Jam in the Bread Machine.

I think I have some elderberry at the end of my driveway. They aren't blooming yet, but when they do I will be making Fried Elderberry Blossoms like The Austerity Kitchen.
Simply Delish!

SimplyForties always has such wonderful recipes.  Crispy Catfish Curry is no exception. It sounds wonderful!

J Knight presents The Amazing Soup Diet - Better Than Basic Soup.  This soup is full of healthy goodness. 

Do you have old bread that needs used? vh uses hers to create something delish for dinner; Panzanella: Use-it-up Italian comfort food .

Howling Duck Ranch is learning to make Fresh mozzarella cheese. 

jim presents Homemade Pork & Shrimp Dumplings.  Oh how I love these when we go out to Chinese! 

Annette Berlin has a quick and simple dish for us,  Crustless Broccoli and Cauliflower Quiche. 

Oh So Practical!
RecycleCindy has another wonderful creation. a Cute Scrubbie and Dishcloth Kitchen Set. 

Make it from Scratch presents When the bee stings. You'll find tips to avoid bee stings, and a simple remedy to relieve the pain if you do get stung.

Mikkal Travvis presents How To Survive A Flu Pandemic.The title may seem a little over dramatic, but there are some good tips in here for fighting the flu with natural remedies.

Deb Thompson has a fun and practical project; DIY: Lip Balm.

Mama Bear's Tile Pendant Necklace is simply beautiful.

Cindi Albright presents Don't Throw It Away!!!! And from the broken pieces she creates beautiful things. 

Joanna is making pretty things for her daughters. Check it out in I Caught A Bug.

Thank you for joining us this week for the carnival. Join the fun by submitting your posts via Blog Carnival for next week's edition hosted by Mama Bear at I've Got a Little Space to Fill

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  1. I am so excited to have just discovered you and with THIS POST! What an amazing list of recipes & ideas! What a fantastic carnival!

    The scrubbie & dishcloth set is so cute! I have a couple of dishcloths like that and they are my favorites to use!!!


  2. Always my favorite carnival! Thanks for including me!

  3. OMG, this week's edition is better than ever! Every single post sounds interesting...absolutely I've gotta try the lip balm. Thanks for including Funny on this august company. :-)

  4. Going to twitter about your carnival - thanks for including me.

  5. Thank you so much for hosting the carnival this week. I always enjoy your blog site and appreciate you posting my recycled craft projects.

  6. Thanks for hosting! Stumbled! Looking forward to hosting next week!


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