Today's decorations picture features Jetsam at one of the windows looking out to our garden. The windows have security bars on them, which serve that purpose but also provide a nice place for some of the smaller decorations.
I thought that I would share one of my favorite recipes with you today. This is not only yummy, but it's a great thing to fix when you have invited guests for breakfast/brunch, and you don't want to have to be doing a lot right at the last minute - one option is to prepare it the night before, and then cover and refrigerate it until the next morning. I've never had this one go wrong. It's called Mainstay French Toast, and the recipe is from the Mainstay Inn, at Cape May, New Jersey. You can find the recipe here. Enjoy!
I've also started a stealth project. "Stealth" because it may just be a Christmas gift, so I don't want to provide details here at the moment. I can't show you anything directly related to the item itself, but here is the bag that's holding the yarn and needles:
(Notice the paw in the lower left corner ...) This is a project bag I bought around this time last year from Stuck in Illinois. She has so many great bags, but of course, since the Rankin-Bass "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" is my most favorite Christmas show, I just had to have this one! It's really well-made, and her service was wonderful. I would say if you are looking for a little gift for a fellow knitter (or for yourself!), you should take a look.
That's it for now - say goodnight, Gracie.