by Cheryl Moreo
SATURDAY GREETINGS 99 IS HERE!
Saturday Greetings 99 has craft articles, tutorials, recipes, and ideas that I have hand-picked, especially for you.
CRAFTS AND SUCH
Maybe you are just learning to crochet or want something quick and simple. Crochet Dreamz has designed this free, beautifully textured crochet baby blanket pattern.
Mama in a Stitch brings you this free pattern for a classy Knit Topper. Featuring beginner stitches, worsted weight yarn, and US Size 11 knitting needles, you can make this wrap and wear it all year long.
For those of you who sew, I found these printable Thank You cards by SewCanShe. You do need to sign up for her email to receive the link for the download.
Today, I have a treat for you—links to Felicia Lo’s blog post and her vlog. If you are not familiar with Felicia Lo, you might know her yarn company, Sweet Georgia Yarns. I met Felicia many years ago and found her to be a very energetic and talented person. The YouTube video below is her Vlog, and I found it very inspiring. She talks about the 9 projects she has planned for 2020. If you want to read about her 9 projects, click this link, “SHOW NOTES.”
I hope this video gives you ideas for your own Make 9. Post your ideas in the Comments Section below this post.
SATURDAY GREETINGS 99
Two of my doctors have endorsed the Keto Zone diet to improve my health and help with memory problems. I seriously started cooking and eating the Keto Zone way on March 22nd. The transition has not been difficult. With the pandemic hoarding, it took several attempts to get the recommended kinds of milk and flour. I have never been a big bread or sweet eater or a soda pop drinker. There have been some discoveries. Who would have thought that I would like a tablespoon of butter in my coffee?–it is delicious. I am using MCT C8 powder in my coffee, too. Another author calls this Bulletproof Coffee.
I did make last week’s breakfast muffin recipe and now have breakfast for several days.
As I write this post, Keto-friendly pork back ribs are roasting in the oven. The recipe is below.
This recipe was a big surprise to both my husband and me. We both loved it. When you make this recipe, make sure that the tuna is squeezed dry of water. This ensures that your cakes are crispy on the outside and moist on the inside. Because I did not squeeze enough water out of the tuna, my mixture was too wet, so I used skillet cooking rings to hold my patties in shape.
SATURDAY GREETINGS FINAL THOUGHTS
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