Thursday, January 19, 2017

VILLA COOKING CLASS



A nice turn out for the cooking class at the Villa.  We have one gentleman that never misses.. he loves to eat.   HaHa.  I'm wearing my new apron Julie gave me for Christmas.  My apron collection keeps growing!



Heart Smart Bisquick for Strudel and Cinnamon Rolls was the menu.

Cinnamon rolls with frosting
We made two Strudels ~ One blueberry and one Cherry.

 I made a Breakfast Casserole to have with the "sweets" and my dearest had to take a corner to make sure it was OK to serve the cooking class ~ tee hee.

15 comments:

  1. You are amazing! Do you ever get tired?
    I'm sure you are everyone's favorite neighbor!

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    1. Oh yes, I do get tired. Although I've always been a high energy person. I love a good nap, and I usually go to bed fairly early too. Hugs.

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  2. Gosh that sounds like so much fun! I hope you got the recipes, that streudel looks delicious! It was so nice of you to bring a savory dish, yummy. Good idea to have Mr. Dearest to taste test! Lol

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    1. Thanks Dazee, for stopping by. It was a fun morning. And this was the first time I made the breakfast casserole and it was tasty.

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  3. Yum! I'd eat that for breakfast! Your strudel is gorgeous! Everything looks so yummy. How cute that you have a man coming....I love a man that cooks! Not that I live with one, but it would be a dream for sure. haha.

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    1. It was really tasty. So easy I think most of the gals will try it. Oh, I need to tell you about "Dan" the one man at the class. He has some physical disabilities (a withered hand) so doesn't do much cooking, but he is a social butterfly, and wouldn't miss the class. I always give him some to take home.
      It would be a dream to have a man that cooks..my dearest is not that man. HaHa

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    2. Well, how sweet that Dan feels welcome. That is the most important thing, anyway! Wanda, it's a good thing you and I can cook or our families would starve. haha.

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    3. HaHa...that's the same at our house too. Hubby helps when needed but even after 53 years, he's lost in our kitchen. We do make a pretty good team when serving and slicing and dicing for our church dinners.

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  4. That breakfast casserole looks delish! Have you ever posted the recipe before?

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    1. This was my first time to try it. Normally, I would not try a new recipe for guests....yikes! But I could tell from the ingredients it should be fine. I will post it soon.

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  5. That strudel looks... strudelicious! Yum. And that breakfast casserole? Double yum. I am so hungry! I am about to make a ham and cheese omelette.

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  6. Looks fun even though hard work!

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  7. that all looks so scrummy and you look fantastic here in your bright coloured apron! how lovely for this community to have you and your love. :) What a difference I'm sure you make.

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