Stuffed mushrooms.

4 Large Brown mushrooms (cleaned and stalk trimmed)

Fresh breadcrumbs (1 slice of bread)

1½ tsp garlic (chopped finely, optional)

1 Courgette (trim ends, do NOT peel, finely grated)

Salt & Pepper

Cheddar Cheese (grated)

½ Onion (grated)

2 tbs Olive oil

Method

  • Pre-heat oven 175°C.
  • Wipe or lightly rinse mushrooms. Remove stalks and discard ends. Finely chop stalks and place in a bowl. Place mushrooms cap side up on cutting board to dry.
  • Add breadcrumbs, garlic, onion, courgette, salt & pepper to the bowl and mix well.
  • Lightly brush mushroom caps with olive oil, turn them upside down still working on the board. Brush the outer edges thoroughly with oil. Sprinkle salt over mushrooms (optional).
  • Spoon breadcrumb mixture into each mushroom and pack tightly. Each one should be filled with a well rounded heap of filling.
  • Place mushrooms in buttered baking dish.
  • Cover each mushroom with grated cheese making sure the outer edges of the mushrooms are neatly covered so that they will not burn.
  • Bake 15 mins, 175°C.
  • ENJOY

 

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Challenge to all who love Knitting or Crochet.

I am setting a target for myself to finish 2 projects before the end of June. Will you join me?

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The Challenge

Goal: to complete two items in 6 months (knit or crochet)

Result: 1 item inspired by Vanilla Ice-cream AND 1 item inspired by Red Wine.

Rules:

You can start with any project option you like.

You can interpret it by, word, shape or color. Anyway which inspires you to create.

Enjoy making your item, keep us updated and post WIP regularly.

Use Tag: 2in6

When can you start?

 

Patching Jeans With Crochet

Gobetween:

This is so cool, have a look at this post.

Originally posted on the twisted yarn:

Hello, hello! Do come in. There’s still space on the sofa. Make y’self comfy – I’ve got something fun to show you today that will, I hope, make you smile.

Is everyone here now? OK.

I’m not afraid to admit, I do enjoy a good scrumble of an evening. It fair warms the cockles of my heart, I tell you. Never heard the word scrumble? Well definitions are divided into those that involve baking apples with blackberries (yum), and those more relevant to this post that involve creating small freeform crochet (or knitting) motifs, to be combined into a larger freeform design.

Tonight, I’ve been a-scrumbling with a purpose. A combination of ultra-cheap jeans and hours spent crawling on the floor playing farms with the Toddler Twinnage leads, inevitably and without deviation, to this dismal state of affairs:-

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So I decided to crochet away the problem with a 2.5mm hook, a…

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