Thursday, November 12, 2009

Wedding Memories :)

I have been spending my evening bagging (and trashing!) MANY things from the guest room in anticipation of wonderful guests arriving next week (and the next week). But some things can just not be thrown away... The Mad Libs from our wedding are safe! Rather than kissing when anyone clinked their glasses, guests had to write a MadLib and sing it to us in order for us to "have" to kiss. Here's some of what we ended up with!

Love me Mexican
Love me slow
Never let me drive
You have walked my life Canadian
And I build you so.

Love me flat
Love me round
All my lust fulfilled
For my Snookums "It's Hockey Night in Canada"
And I forever will.

Love me stupid
Love me smart
Take me to your DS.
For its there that I fainted
And we'll never part.

When a horse loves a cow
Can't keep his arm on nothin' else.
He'd run the chocolate
For a snotty thing he's found.
If she is lovely, he can't see it
She can do no wrong.
Turn his leg on his hairy son
If he purs her down.

When a pencil loves a table
Spend his very hard river
Trying to jump on to what he swim
He'd give up all his beach
ANd sit out in the rain
If she said Knock it off.

Sure, when a candle loves a match
I know quickly how he smells
Cause Sweetie, Noodleface honey
I am a squirrel
When a man plays a woman

HEHE!! Too fun! There were more -- and I hope I come across them as I keep digging (and tossing!)

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Just for Bobbi

Bobbi has been asking and re-asking me for this recipe because I keep forgetting to give it to her at work, so I decided I would give it to all who wanted it :)

Roasted Potato Wedges (Pampered Chef Stone Sensations Cookbook)

4-5 large red potatoes, unpeeled
2 garlic cloves (I usually use only one)
1/4 cup olive oil (I sometimes cut back on this as well, just a bit)
1 tsp dried rosemary
1 tsp thyme
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper

1- Preheat oven to 450 degrees.
2- Cut potatos in half lengthwise and then into wedges.
3- Mix remaining ingredients and sprinkle over potatos. Toss to coat.
4- Spread evenly.
5-Bake 40-45 minutes, stirring after 20 minutes.