Hey everyone… I just uploaded a new video with my mom in an episode of “Sito’s Kitchen”. Today, we are making “Maldoum”, an eggplant dish. So good. You could certainly leave out the meat to make it vegetarian.
I hope you enjoy and I’ll let the video speak for itself.
Thanks for the love and support of my blog and YouTube channel. Your comments and emails are so important to me. To mom, too.
Hey, I know it’s been a while since I put a recipe on my blog. I have been putting them directly on YouTube/Instagram (the devil.. lol) or Facebook.
I’m posting a video I did today where I made Naan and Pita Bread from a two ingredient dough made with Flour and Greek Yogurt. Check out my other videos on YouTube to see how I make the dough.
I’ve been balancing work (the devil.. lol), family, art and cooking. Can I get 2 extra days to the weekend, please??
Thanks for being here and all your comments. Lots of love to you, my subscribers.. you mean so much to me.
I’m so thrilled to be back (been a long time) with StencilGirl as a guest artist to bring you a cool technique using art tissue paper and stencils. The hardest part was picking the stencils to work with. How can I choose from so many great designers? It’s just not fair, you know. I’m sure you’ll recognize some of them.
Making their appearances are stencils from: Mary Beth Shaw, Michelle Ward, Seth Apter, Traci Bautista, Cecilia Swatton’s, Maria McGuire’s, Terry Stegmiller, Margaret Applin, Jessica Sporn, Carolyn Dube. Sure hope I didn’t forget anyone.
I’ll let me video say the rest and show you how it all develops and how much fun it is.
You must give this a try, but be forewarned.. it’s addicting.
Thank you StencilGirl, again for letting me share one of my passions of mixed media art and my addiction to stencils.
Hey friends, what’s going on today? Well…..
… I thought I would take my under paper (blotter) on my art table and take it to the next level with more layers of paint. I’ll show you how I use texture paste on art tissue paper and use those torn pieces as collage fodder. Finally, I show you how I put an image transfer on the piece.
I really hope you enjoy that and share with others. Please subscribe, click the thumbs up and share if you liked it.
I’ll be back soon with more.
Thanks for your comments; I just love hearing from you.
Hello again, friends –
I wanted to make you aware of an important fundraiser that is being organized by my good friend and artist, Jessica Sporn.
Read all about it here. Just click on the link to be taken to the auction.
The artists and art pieces that are being uploaded for sale is sensational. Please consider bidding as you think about gifts for the holidays. It’s a win win here.
I have 2 polymer clay pieces in the auction; please check all the art out. Some will stop you in their tracks.
Thanks for taking the time to read this. Please share with your friends and family and please stop by the auction to bid.
Hi Friends, I’m back pretty quick, huh? The weather here is turning into crisp fall days. The leaves are falling quickly and it’s chilly one day and warm the next. We are starting to get buds on the flowers again. Welcome to New England. I hate to think what’s coming. The Farmer’s Almanac says it will be a brutal winter, but don’t they say that every year?
Hey, so I as able to sneak in another video while I was at my mom’s, but it’s just me this time. I’ve been a member of Weight Watchers for the past year and want to start sharing recipes that I make/create for member or for anyone, really. I don’t change the cooking in my home. My family eats what I make. Even with 2 gluten free (celiac) daughters we all just adjust.
So with that said, I went and made a sugar free pumpkin cake that is so good. Now, if you can stay away from too many pieces, you’re in good shape.. well, that’s the idea anyway…. to get in good shape, right?
Enjoy the short video and I hope you make it.
Thank you for all your lovely comments.. they mean so much to me.
Judy ♥ ♥ ♥
Hey wonderful followers – I’m back with a new cooking video with mom. This time we are making a lentil and onion dish called “Mujadara”. It’s pronounced “em-jed-darrah”.
It’s so great to get mom in the kitchen again. So happy she is still wanting to do this with me. I’m am truly blessed.
Anyway, enjoy the video and I’ll be back with another recipe one on my own and hopefully getting another art video lined up.
Let me all know how you are doing.. I’d love to hear from you again.
Thanks for sticking by me and your lovely comments. I truly cherish them