Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Pork for dinner anyone?

 Would you like to come over for dinner tonight? We're having pork.
I thought I'd go whole hog in fixing dinner for everyone.
 The stuffing might be a little dry
This pork butt is really tender. Or should I say soft?

 (You didn't expect more than two warnings, did you?)

Cooking Knitting directions are in this book
Go ahead and buy this book and some yarn. 
You'll squeal with delight at the projects
all the way home!

If you are done groaning and aren't interested in knitting cute little critters, you might be interested in a scarf. I showed this one while still on the needles two weeks ago, here. I really like the yarn, Tonalita by Trendsetter Yarns. 
If you are like my husband and wondering just how many scarves one woman needs, the answer is obviously at least one more than I have at any given time!

Before I go, I have one simple question: Do you know why the three little pigs fell asleep ever time their grandpa told stories?





Because he was a boar!



Sewconsult said...

SOOOO Cute! My daughter has a small collection of cute piggies. When she was 11, she was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes (Juvenile Diabetes). At that time, the "regular" insulin was made from pig pancreas. While she was in the hospital for dosage adjustments, I took her to the gift shop. She chose the cutes, fluffiest, stuffed pig. That began her collection. She is now 34 & that first pig is tucked away as a reminder of a life changing for her.

Chatty Crone said...

Tee hee - you do look at life as the glass is half full.

I can't wait until you have pictures of your new grandbaby.

I love the thought if you keep the glass full you don't have to wash it!!!!!!!!!!!!


Kelli said...

Cute little piggy!!! :)
But I prefer chicken, ya know. ;)