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Sunday, October 26, 2014

SPAGHETTI PIE: do it 4 times this week...

Spaghetti pie is one of those things you didn't realize you were missing.  A mass of noodles for a crust, gooey, soft and savory fillings and toppings, what's not to LOVE?

I made an adaptation of this recipe (click here) Wednesday...enough for 2 meals for 2 people...then MADE IT AGAIN for 2 more meals for 2 people...OH GOSH, heaven.. :)

You've probably been wondering what I've been dreaming.  Last night included an especially vivid dream where I taught 12th graders 8th period English. Day one  was how to write a postcard.  I don't know why I thought it was so important to practice and assign as homework, but I was serious about it as an important LOST ART.  Sure, you can go to Hawaii and share your pics in seconds around the world, but don't people still like a personal note with a stamp and photo of the beach...?  I do :)

In other news, you probably need awesome new pots for yourself and your friends for the UPCOMING holidays...any holidays, get you some POTS! Click here on my etsy shoppe!
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smartcat said...

One of the neat things my brother always did when he was on a cruise was to send postcards. I saved most of them; now they hold memories of good times!

Michèle Hastings said...

I agree that there is something special about a handwritten sentiment delivered by snail mail. I have been sending simple little surprises to family and friends since I moved south. It makes me happy and I hope it does the same for them.

Anonymous said...

I'm thinking that might be a fun assignment to try!
I do love the snail mail so much.
Spaghetti pie. Sounds yummy and comforting.

Cheri @ Blog This Mom!® said...

I like to send and receive postcards too. It is a lost art. I'm glad someone is dream teaching it. :-)


Cheri @ Blog This Mom!® said...

Also, I just printed that spaghetti pie recipe. What is your variation? GF pasta and ... ?

Claudia from Idiot's Kitchen said...

I love getting postcards. I have a friend in Oregon who is a champion postcard writer. I should remember to send them more often since I love receiving them so much.

Claudia from Idiot's Kitchen said...

I'm with Cheri. What's in you spaghetti pie. I see veggies in yours but not in the original. Yours looks better!

Claudia from Idiot's Kitchen said...

See, now you'll have to make it a THIRD time for US! :)

Lori Buff said...

I saw this on Cheri’s blog, gosh it looks good. I can smell it baking in the oven now.

Rima said...

Hello, I came over from Cheri's blog because even though I was skeptical about the idea of spaghetti pie, I couldn't resist the name of your blog. I thought you might be a kindred spirit as my friend Anne (of Green Gables) likes to say, and maybe I'm right.

I'm also willing to give the spaghetti pie a chance :)

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