Happy Thanksgiving from Our Turkey to Yours!

Today, I am thankful to be a child of God, a wife, mother, daughter to many who have parented me, sister, daughter-in-law, aunt, sister-in-law and friend.  I am thankful to have the opportunity to know many through quilting and to know more through life.  I am thankful for opportunities to share my blessings with others, I am thankful to Lesley at The Hungry Housewife for sharing her Oreo Turkeys with us and for the opportunity to share in some culinary fun with my kids.

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    Chicken Alfredo Pizza Recipe

    For our quilt group Christmas party, I made 3 different dishes – one of them being Chicken Alfredo Pizza.  It was FANTABULOUS, and many of the ladies asked for the recipe. 


    2 tubes Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
    1 small jar Alfredo sauce
    2 c. Tyson grilled chicken strips, cooked and diced
    1 c. cooked, diced & drained bacon
    1/8 c. diced green onions
    2 c. mozzarella cheese
    1/4 c. parmesan cheese


    Heat oven to 400°.  Spray Pam on a baking sheet (half sheet cake pan is perfect).  Unroll crescent roll dough and lay flat it on pan, pressing the seams together so there are no holes.  Use a fork to pierce the dough so that it doesn’t bubble when cooking.  Spread Alfredo sauce down on dough (we don’t like too much, but use your own discretion).  Next, layer the diced chicken, bacon, green onions and cheeses on top.  Bake for 15 – 25 minutes, depending on how toasted you like your cheese.

    FAB flavor, and very simple to make!

    My thankfulness today is for good food, and the ability to afford to feed my family.

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      Giving Thanks for the Talent and Ability to Quilt


      That’s how long it’s been since I’ve had or taken the time to sit at my machine and quilt. 

      By Saturday, I couldn’t stand it anymore.  I went right home, after my wake-up time and email, and started on the simplest, most beginner-friendly quilt I could think of — a layer cake quilt, made from the Urban Couture fabrics sent to me by Linda at AbbiMays.com.

      Ahhhhh, for the love of fabric and quilting:

      Today, I give thanks to the talents that I use for quilting, for gifting others with my creations and to God for giving me a passion for fabric and all things quilty.

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