Monday, November 16, 2009
2 Lbs. London Broil
2 T Balsamic Vinegar
2 T Soy sauce
1 1/2 T Dark Brown Sugar
2 T olive oil
2 tsp. Dijon mustard
2 T Red pepper flakes
1/2 T Paprika
2 tsp minced garlic
1 1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp Basil
1/2 tsp Oregano
1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
-Whisk all marinade ingredients together in bowl then pour into zip lock bag. Place the London broil in bag with marinade, remove as much air as possible, massage marinade into meat, and put in refrigerator. Leave in there for at least two hour to over night.
-Remove and let sit at room temp for 20 min. Remove meat from marinade and broil for 8-10 min. (we put ours on the grill for about 20 min.)
-In the meantime, put marinade in pot and boil for 5 min and use this to bast the meat on grill.
Once meat is cooked let rest for 10 min before slicing.
Sunday, November 15, 2009
We keep trying to tell him he can't get everything on it, that it is just there to help Santa out. So here is the revised list, one whole side is lego things.
Monday, November 09, 2009
He has several legos on here, but he has two grandparents getting him a set so I think that should be enough. Otherwise he wants a light saber, he really isn't into star wars but he loves playing with his cousin Micheal's saber. He wants a boat for the bath. And we love the Fisher Price camera too, he always uses mine and it would be nice for mine not to get dropped anymore.
Anyway there is the list form a child who sees and wants everything. He had a ton more things he wanted to put on there, but I would have to tell him we just don't have room for all that. LOL
What is on your wish list? I would love to see what your kids picked out. I remember making them when I was older and putting them on the front of my bedroom door so my parents would see. I can't get the older boys to make one though.
Saturday, November 07, 2009
But then you have to figure out how much to buy?
How long should the garland be? I searched the internet and I found a site that says you need about 9ft of garland for each foot of tree. We usually have a 6-7 ft one so I figured we need 54 to 63 ft. So to be safe I rounded up to 65 ft. Wow that is alot of garland. Ok so I just found another site that says for a 6-7 ft tree you need between 85-100 ft. Man what to do.
Each bag comes with 550 pom poms in it. I measured out a foot and will use about 17 pom poms per foot. 65x17=1105, 550 pom poms x 3 bags= 1650 pom poms, that should make around 95 ft, give or take. We should be safe I think.
I also thought this was cute, I found it on this blog. I might do something like this and put on the bookshelf in my scrapbook area. Micheal's and Joann's always sell little hand made ornaments so wouldn't be to hard to make with their good sales and coupons. I'd say I could make little ornaments, but I am not a sewer.
Friday, November 06, 2009
What our your Christmas projects for the year?
Here are some links to other projects I did, here. I have made a two button trees and a cookie sheet countdown.
I would really love to see what you have planned, put your link to your blogpost in the comments or if you don't have a blog to do this email me a pic and I will post it to mine.
I love seeing new projects.
Yes, I am already thinking about it.
Wednesday, November 04, 2009
I spent $6.37 and got $105.00 worth of stuff, ahh I am so excited. And still have $25 in Register Rewards.
Also in the pic is a store size box of Roasted Garlic Mashed potatoes I got free in the mail today. I am telling you taking the 30 min. everday to do this stuff online is so worth it.
Tuesday, November 03, 2009
Ryan and Zach came over for the weekend this was our first Halloween together in a very long time so we had lots ot do and had lots of fun.