Tuesday, March 17, 2009

new SugarCreekStuff bag & cabbage

Michelle at SugarCreekStuff has outdone herself again. Take a look at my darling new bag.
Check out the glossy little eggs up at the barn.

look at all the cute items she has listed on ETSY

I have Nigerian Dwarf Dairy goats, Bourbon Red turkeys, and several varieties of chickens so I appreciate all three reflected on my new Spring bag.

Michelle knows I need a big pocket for keys.

I got up early this St. Patricks Day to bake a cabbage casserolle, brought some to the office. This one has: from the bottom up -
a layer of cooked crumbled hamburger
cheddar cheese spread across
4 c or more of chopped cabbage spread out
can of celery soup, 1/2 c mayo, salt, pepper spread on top
cork flakes sprinkled across
cheddar cheese across top
melted butter sprinkled on top
bake at 400 degrees for 30 minutes
want it bubbling when it comes out


Nancy K. said...

Those bags are TOO cute!
I need one with SHEEP!!

Peggy said...

I love that bag!!! Now I know what I am going to cook for supper tonight... thanks!

Anonymous said...

Gosh, Michelle is just so awesome, isn't she? Beautiful!!

Anonymous said...

I love the bag too!! SugarCreekStuff always has the cutest bags and other handcrafts.

The cabbage casserole sounds good.
I may have to try it tonight.
Have a good day.

Christy said...

Awesome bag! I'm going to have to get one of hers.

sugarcreekstuff said...

Joanna, you CRACK ME UP. I haven't even mailed your bag to you yet!
You are so kind and good to me, I just love you.
I guess I'd better get to the Post Office. ;-)

Twisted Fencepost said...

That is adorable!!!

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

for the cabbaje recipe, change it up if you like. You could add layers of vegetables. If not for Mike, I wouldn't have the hamburger in it and make that layer a cereal, cheese, butter layer instead.

rocking-m said...

Love the bag! I contacted through Etsy to see how much a custom one would cost! I love the goat!

sugarcreekstuff said...

Joanna, I had leftovers from my Corned Beef meal, no meat but the cabbage, potatoes and carrots. Tweaked your recipe a bit, white sauce using cabbage broth instead of the soup, french fried onions instead of the corn flakes. IT WAS SO GOOD! Thanks for the inspiring recipe.

d/iowa said...

that bag is awesome! i just went to her storefront--such cute stuff!