Friday, August 23, 2013

Homemade Indian Food, Seqins, and the Boys Room

 This week I  finally made the Easy Indian Butter Chicken I've been trying to for weeks (their's looks way better...did they add potato or something?) . It turned out great, except I forgot to get the frozen Na'an at Trader Joe's I've heard about, and was way too lazy to make it. So I just used a bag of Basmati rice, crock-pot chicken breast, some grilled onion and garlic, and the sauce is just heavy cream, tomato sauce and seasonings; I used curry powder instead of garam marsala and it was perfect. I liked that it's kind of like spaghetti; a carb, meat and tomato sauce but fun and different!
 And these little sparkling beauties have been sprawled on my table top this week as I help package sequins for Lawn Fawn. It's totally got me in the mood for fall!! September 1st I will be making a special day of getting my first Pumpkin Spice Latte of the season.
 Also, one late afternoon this week I started organizing the boys room. It only took several hours!
The changing station and bottoms/socks in boxes. There is a little hallway on the left by the diaper genie for closet and bathroom.
 Their walk-in closet.
 And bathroom.
And finally, the main room.

That's it! Thanks for stopping by and have a great Friday!

1 comment:

  1. I love your candid, homey, informational blog posts! That Indian dish looks yummy, even though I'm not a fan of curry. (I guess I could use just a pinch of it.) You will have to fix it again on the day the India Mission group leaves to minister, and pray especially for God's glory to be seen in them. (November, I think.)