Saturday, December 16, 2017

Recipe # 13, PC #4- PC Pasta

I would cook the pasta for less time- it was a little mushy



Servings  4
Ingredients
1  pound  ground beef  
2  pound  Dry penne  
3  cup  water  
3  cup  Marinara sauce   
1  cup  Ricotta   
10  ounce  Shredded mozzarella cheese   
1  tablespoon  salt  
0.5    Onion diced   
3  clove  garlic minced  
1  tablespoon  black pepper  
2  ounce  olive oil  

Directions
  1. Place the inner pot into the Pressure Cooker. Press the Rice/Risotto button. Set time to 8 min.
  2. Heat the oil and cook the beef til browned, add the onion and garlic, drain away excess fat.
  3. Place the sauce and the water in the inner pot.
  4. Add the Penne, salt and pepper mix well with a large spatula.
  5. Place the lid on the Pressure Cooker, lock the lid and switch the pressure release valve to closed.
  6. Once the timer reaches 0, the cooker will automatically switch to KEEP WARM. Press the Cancel button. When the steam is completely released, remove the lid.
  7. Add ricotta, and mozzarella. Mix gently with large spatula and Serve.

Friday, December 15, 2017

FO: OSU Birthday set

I made a few OSU themed items for a friend's birthday:



Started & Finished 11/5/17
Yarn: Scrap Cotton
Hook: H
Pattern: Lulu B's sedge






 Started & Finished 11/1/17
Yarn: Scrap Cotton

Thursday, December 7, 2017

FO: OSU Helmet Afghan for Roomie

Making an OSU blankie for Q's Roomie. When we went to visit Roomie was wrapped up in Q's blankie I made him hahah. 


I am using this Ohio sign as my inspiration- the OSU Football Team Helmet design. 
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Tuesday, December 5, 2017

FO: Gucci's Sweater

Our little puppy friend needed a sweater...she is all of 7 lbs and scares the cats to death!
All she wants to do is play with them and they want NO part of that.





Saturday, December 2, 2017

Random November Cats... and a tree


OFF with her HEAD!


Getting ready for brother to come home:


We think someone hit the tree...All other trees were standing after the storm.