Coconut-onion-tomato sauce goes quite well with potato gnocchi. Good as a sandwich spread too!
1) Melt butter in pan over low medium heat. Chop onion small, cook in pan until soft and translucent.
2) While onion cooks, in blender combine: coconut milk, sun-dried tomatoes (+water), salt and pepper.
3) Chop tomato and mallow and set aside.
4) Boil water for gnoccis/pasta and cook.
5) Add cooked onions to blender - blend sauce mixture well.
6) Cook chopped tomato and mallow in remaining butter, just a minute until the mallow is softened.
7) add it all together: Gnoccis + tomato/mallow + coconutty sauce = Yummy =)
"For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart." Hebrews 4:12.
Words of humans are ==>> tHeSe ThInGs <<==
The word of G♡d is the living verb "I Am That I Am"
Regardless of whether you name it "Yahua", "Jehovah" or "Bob":
Or idolize it as one of these things:
the living (no)THING is the real deal
the truest "pronunciation" of G♡d's name is:
Just be >>>IAM<<< still.
Better than ihop.
. . . P.S. about normal breads ::: glOOten is very bad for u ::: "gums up the works" ..
Why are you unhappy?
Because 99.9 percent of everything you do is for your self
and there isn't one
Decorate any old dingy pillow with a beautiful crochet covering!
Very easy to do - you basically make a long strip of fabric 2.5 x the height of your pillow, and stitch the edges together to make an envelope....
Crochet a piece of fabric the same length as your pillow and 2.5 x the height. You can use virtually any stitch pattern - I used the "interlocking rows" stitch.
You want the fabric to fully wrap around the pillow then overlap by approximately 1/2 the height.
Once you have the correct size, sc around the side edge, the bottom edge, and other side edge of the fabric.
End off all yarns and weave in all ends.
Wrap the fabric around the pillow, and put a marker in the stitch where the bottom edge will meet up with the side edge.
Remove the pillow, and fold the fabric how it will go when it's on the pillow, then sl st the edges together beginning at the marker. I like to do "sl st 1, ch 1" - it makes a prettier edging.
Repeat on the other side.
Pop the pillow inside the case, and sew on a button.
Using the interlocking rows stitch, the last row conveniently had large spaces that made perfect button holes - but you can easily crochet on a button loop if needed.