New Yummy Recipes…

Between trying to finish up my taxes, and my 4 year old being out of Pre-K for “Spring Break” this week, I’m soooo behind! But go pop over to Foodwhirl and see what’s cooking there, to tide you over! Recently on Foodwhirl!
Baked Butternut Squash Macaroni and Cheese I love butternut squash. I make risotto with it, add it to beef stew, or often simply bake it on it’s own. So it was only a matter of time before I tried it with my baked macaroni and cheese! The squash is so smooth in this dish and makes it seem even cheesier…
Strawberry Curd Strawberries are finally in season locally, which means they’re once again affordable and fresh. … [ KEEP READING ]

Link day: Tutorials and other fun things

Paul (from the fabulous blog Dudecraft) has a great tutorial on making papercut portraits!  Go check it out! One of my favorite web destinations, Dollar Store Crafts, has a cute tutorial on making a placemat advent calendar. Here’s a tutorial at Craftster to make lovely tile coasters… what a nice gift! Pretty Decoupage Candle Holders at Craft Stylish Crafting in a Green World has a tutorial to make felted acorns.  Neat! This should have been included in Dabbled’s Christmas ornament roundup, but I missed it, so go check out One Pretty Thing’s Christmas Ornament Roundup And just for fun…  You’ll never use scrubbing bubbles again! [ KEEP READING ]

How to make Homemade Slime – the Photo-recipe

Since there was some spotty behavior in the slideshow in the Homemade Slime post, I’ve decided to post it as a “Photo-recipe” here! Make Slime! The Photo Tutorial. Click through to see all the flickr pics. 1. Slime ingredients, 2. Stir the Borax and water to dissolve, 3. Pouring glue, 4. Water + glue + paint for color, 5. Pour the Borax solution into the glue mixture, 6. Stir, watch it clump up, 7. Pour off the excess water and check out your slime!, 8. Initial slime, 9. Ball it, 10.… [ KEEP READING ]

The internet, curated.

Awfully honored to be guest posting here on Dabbled. Thanks for having me and I hope not to scare any of you away with my atrocious grammar and communist leanings. Here goes… I think that the thing that I love the most about the internet is that it gives us  all the chance to be curators in our own little museums. We, bloggers anyway, are afforded the chance to trot out whatever collections that we deem hip, cool, or important without having to worry about grant money, a board of directors, or even a coherent direction to our posts. It also lets the public speak directly to the person in charge of the museum and that’s pretty empowering.… [ KEEP READING ]

Recent posts, and how to fix your feed in Google reader

Recent posts, and how to fix your feed in Google reader
Reader CraftyHope gave me some insight into the problem we’re having with feeds no longer updating after the move to WordPress. If any of you are web gurus and can figure out how I can work around this, let me know!!
Sooo, I was subscribed through Google Reader and wasn’t seeing the updates (after you requested, via twitter, I look)
You asked me to subscribe (follow your blog) on Blogger and I did that, but the updates still weren’t there.
I was getting antsy about not seeing your blog posts, so I just went into Google Reader, hit the add subscription button, and added “” (I think)
The address shows up in the reader as “”
I’m having NO problems now getting your posts in Google Reader.

More Geeky Craftiness … The Domestic Scientist!

I promised more nerdy-ness today (After the Geek Cakes yesterday), so here ya go!
You’ll have to wait til Monday for the full Dabbled Interview, but here is a preview of some of the awesomely cool geek crafts by the cool chick at The Domestic Scientist!