Monday, April 18, 2011


We roasted Romaine lettuce tonight. Seriously. We got the recipe from
It was seriously good. Roasted on the grill for a few minutes. MMMMMMMM, topped with a lime vinaigrette with chipotle adobo sauce.

I am seriously thinking of frogging my vest. OH Karen, I am only thinking about it. Do you know why I am stuck.....
because I am supposed to attach a new ball of yarn to the other front side and begin. I am certain that it will forever show up as "That's where she joined the new yarn ball" . Seriously. I am AFRAID of this.

I can't be serious, can I?



Karezybear said...

Kathy, Kathy, Kathy, you just can't frog the vest. Come have coffee with me and we will start the new ball of yarn. Easy Peasy!Know one will ever know. It Will Be Amazing!

Channon said...

I'm struggling with the roasted lettuce. Gretchen already likes warm, wilted lettuce, so she's pretty excited and wants the recipe. Good thing she'll eat it with me, because I'm pretty sure the Knight won't.

Alyssa said...

Roasted Romaine? Wiiieeerrrdddd. But I trust you! Maybe I'll try it :)

IMO, frog if you even consider it. It will rarely prove your intuition wrong!

sapphireblue said...

That does look good. Ugh! I hope you don't have to frog. All that work, gone!

Katherine said...

Surely you are not serious about frogging the vest--maybe if you don't like it but not for just joining another skein of yarn!! There are lots of ways to do it. felting ends together, tie ends together and knitting ends together for five to ten stitches. If it is a new join and you did nothing more than tie it on and weave the end in later, no one would ever know. Trust me! Would I lead you down the garden path?

Grace said...

Love love love grilled Romaine, or raddichio or any of the others !!!

It is so easy to attach the yarn and you will never ever know because I am sure the spot where you attach it will be covered with either the arm hole band or the neck band, dive in you can SWIM!!!

Karen G said...

Hmmmm, I never in a million years would've thought about cooking lettuce on the grill. But if you say it was seriously good, then I'll seriously have to try it!!

Do not frog that vest - you can do it!!

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