The two winners of Jack's Book are:
1. Sheila at the Quintessential Magpie
Please send me your full name and address so I can forward them to Jack - and thanks for playing. Remember Jack would like you to - after reading it - letting him know your favorite character.
Blue Mountain Cards asked me to review their cards. They gave me a month's trial and I sure do wish I had one to give away, but I don't. And I have to say my review here is honest - I love them, so I do hope you check out some Blue Mountain eCards!. They're fun and different. And yes after my free month I will be purchasing these for a year.
They have eCards for grandchildren, friends, family and even pets! I have sent out about 30 already in three weeks. There are cards for everything you can imagine. The site is easy to use as well - for us oldies but goodies.
I used to belong to Jackie Lawson for years - but I have to be very honest with you - the cards got boring and everyone had them. These Blue Mountain Cards are interactive - you can have them talk and they come out with new ideas all the time. Such a great variety. Please check them out for yourself. I think you will LOVE them. sandie
DIET TIP OF THE DAY:
They have sugar free chocolate chips at Wal Mart - for baking!
Recipe of the day sent to me by Jenn of Three Graces
Tell me what you think of it.
|STUFFED ARTICHOKE BOTTOMS|
1 can artichoke bottoms, drained
1 bottle Wishbone Italian dressing
1 pkg. Stouffer's Spinach Souffle, thawed
1/4 c. bread crumbs, mixed with 1/4 c. melted butter
Marinate artichokes overnight in the salad dressing. Drain. In a shallow baking dish, place artichokes side by side. Fill with the spinach and top with the bread crumbs. Bake, uncovered, at 400 degrees for 20 minutes. Serves 6 to 8.