With final exams and christmas and work this month, I haven’t done a whole lot of cooking or baking. Especially since I had $500 of tuition to catch up on this month and haven’t been able to go grocery shopping since November. I’m trying to do some knitting before school starts again next week as I got to go shopping at Ram Wools Co-op here in Winnipeg as part of my christmas present. I bought some very nice self-striping sock yarn (at $16/ball) and some Rowan Kidsilk Haze, which is a mohair/silk combo (at almost $20/ball) and am attempting to do a cabled scarf. I just hit my first cable and am scared. It made it so tight and I don’t think it looks right, but I’m going to keep on trucking and see how it turns out further along. Fingers crossed it’ll work cause this is an expensive scarf to give up on!
This is the link to the pattern that I’m using.
This is how far along I am!
The last few weeks have been pretty busy between school, exams, work, and getting ready for Christmas. I don’t have a lot of shopping to do exactly, but am in charge of practically all the christmas baking for our family and am organizing some stuff at work as well.
Christmas Baking List
Sugar Cookies – done!
Gingersnaps – done!
Banana bread – done!
Pumpkin cake – done!
Fudge – done!
Peanut butter balls – not done, need icing sugar
Peppermint patties – not done, need crisco
Peanut Butter Cups – not done
Chocolate Toffee – not done, need butter
Lots to do in the next few weeks. I’ve been working on a curried roasted potato recipe but don’t have any potatoes left to try again and it’s not quite right yet. Tonight I’m making lamb and chickpea curry because that’s basically all I can make with the ingredients I have at home.