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Jul 04 2009

episode 78: “Simply Suburban”

episode 78: “Simply Suburban”

June Donation incentive was won by Michelle B. Thanks to all of those who donated, and special thanks to Little Meadows Farm! :)

July’s donation incentive has been sponsored by Cosy, of Cosymakes.com. Cosy has graciously donated a copy of her book Knit One, Embellish Too and some hand dyed farm wool. You can find out more about Cosy by visiting her blog, and see all of the patterns, handspun, farm wool, and recycled yarns at her etsy store.
Be sure to donate to enter your chance to win, and help our sponsor’s out! :)
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on/off the needles:
-handspun socks
-swallowtail for lace gauntlet KAL
-missing chibi
-SOAR project triceratops hat for owen

babble:
-swimming with owen
-”suburban” weekend with the family
-reading about canning and preserving

-turmoil with work

word of the week:
tag- –noun
a lock of hair.
a matted lock of wool on a sheep.
also known as a din⋅gle⋅ber⋅ry  [ding-guhl-ber-ee]
–noun, plural -ries.
Slang. a small clot of dung, as clinging to the hindquarters of an animal.

spinning:
-dye stock all mixed up!
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-rewashed (and rewashed) frank the fleece. i use sockpr0n’s method with the Unicorn Fleece Scour
-Tour de Fleece
-ravelry Tour de Fleece
-color in spinning methods for a dye notebook
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favorite thing:

mmmm....caramel corn

mmmm....caramel corn

Meghan’s Microwave Caramel Corn
1 or 2 brown paper bags
large microwaveable bowl/measuring cup
2 bags “light” microwaveable popcorn (too much butter, and the caramel won’t stick)
1 cup brown sugar
1/4c light corn syrup
1/2c butter
1/2tsp baking soda

1. Pop popcorn. pour out into large bowl so that the unpopped kernals fall to the bottom. move the popped kernals over to the paperbag. throw out the unpopped kernals.
2. In the large bowl/measuring cup, place sugar, corn syrup, and butter. Microwave on high, watch it, and when it starts to boil, microwave for a full 2 minutes.
3. Add baking soda and stir. (be prepared! it’s going to foam up and double in size!)
4. Pour caramel over the popcorn in the paper bag. Close bag, and shake vigorously while hitting the bottom of the bag. Use a spatula to stir the popcorn up occasionally as well.
5. Put bag in microwave and cook on high for 1.5 minutes. take it out and shake it.
6. Put bag in microwave and cook on high for 1.5 minutes. take it out and shake it.
7. Put bag in microwave and cook on high for 30 seconds. take it out and shake it.
8. Put bag in microwave and cook on high for 30 seconds. take it out and shake it.
9. pour it out on a cookie sheet and allow to cool.
10. EAT IT UP!!!!!

if you want to add nuts, put them in the bag with the popcorn. just be sure to REALLY Stir and shake them around so you don’t get nutty clumps.
yummers!

6 responses so far

6 Responses to “episode 78: “Simply Suburban””

  1. Taraon 07 Jul 2009 at 9:47 am

    Another great episode Meghan. You should check out http://geekfarmlife.com/ They say: Geek.Farm.Life is a weekly farm podcast from Indiana. Anyone interested in country living, small scale farming, spinning, knitting, gardening, cooking, or raising animals will be interested.

  2. Nancyon 07 Jul 2009 at 7:57 pm

    I love the Backyard Homestead! You might also like Made from Scratch by Jenna Woginrich
    She has great ideas for living a more self-sufficient life even if you live in an apartment.

  3. Susanon 09 Jul 2009 at 11:20 am

    Megan,
    My son-in-law the plumber, just had a heart attack listening to you clean your fleece. All that natural grease will clog up your plumbing big time. When the water hits the cold/cool drain pipes it cools off fast. The water does not stay hot enough to get it all the way through your pipes. Please find a way to do this outside, on the grill maybe where you can dispose of the dirty, greasy water somewhere besides down your pipes.

    Just want to save you a huge plumbing bill.
    Susan

  4. Ann-Marie MacKayon 17 Jul 2009 at 11:47 am

    i made the caramel corn
    oh my word–it’s amazing

    I didn’t have brown paper bags (and couldn’t go get any) so I just left the popcorn in my microwavable bowl with lid-and it worked. I had to reduce the time since it didn’t shake around as much–but it was AMAZING!!
    :)

  5. Stephanieon 18 Jul 2009 at 9:12 pm

    Thanks for the recipe it’s so yummy =) I’ve got such a sweet tooth.

  6. Shannon Notestineon 08 Jul 2010 at 9:40 pm

    Meghan thank you for podcasting, I’m definately going to try this recipe. Here’s a funnny story for you. My son refers to his private parts as his “dingleberries” and his penis. I work at a hospital and tried telling him the correct name(s) of the anatomy. So far no luck they are still his “dingleberries” and his penis.

    I just about fell out of my chair when I heard the term dingleberries. I’ve never heard it in the fiber world but have heard it used in the military (it’s not a good thing). The basic term is still the same shall we say organic matter that is clinging to something. It’s also usually accompanied by the f word. I like your definition way better.

    Just thought I’d drop you a line, keep up the good work