In this episode Linda Peterson shows you how to create a table scape for your outdoor eating area with the theme of Watermelons!! Get your creative juices flowing! Ready …set …GO!
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I’m celebrating spring on my next show and it’s all coming up flowers!!! – mostly roses because they’re my favorite….or is it daisy’s….hmmm…
We should be enjoying the first glimpses of spring right now as the daffodils start to peek thru the ground…but that’s kinda difficult to see considering we have nearly a foot of snow on the ground!! Mr. Groundhog…sorry …you were kinda wrong in your forecast for us!!!
Watch Linda Peterson Live on February 21st to learn how to create porcelain like roses from Craft Porcelain. Craft Porcelain is a cold porcelain air dry clay that replicates the look of beautiful porcelain. It is very delicate yet durable.
This was a favorite feature with many of my Carol Duvall Show viewers and I can’t wait to show you these techniques again!! You’ll love how easy it is to create these beautiful and realistic flowers to add a delicate romatic touch to just about anything!
My next episode is February 21st on Cool2Craft Networks BlipTV – on demand – on your schedule!
I am so excited for this segment and the chance to join my husband, Dana in the kitchen! Dana is an avid hunter and has developed quite a reputation amongst his friends as being a wild game gourmet chef. He is often asked to cater special events and has won several awards in amatuer BBQ contests. Today Dana shares his favorite wild game venison chili recipe. Many of the ingredients are those we’ve grown in our own garden. If home grown isn’t an option, please consider supporting your local farmers market.
Big D’s Venison Chili – serves a small army
(c) 2005 Dana Peterson
5 lbs. venison burger -you could also substitute buffalo, caribou, elk, moose – just whatever you have on hand 🙂
3 green peppers
4 celery stalks
2 Qts. home canned tomatoes
2 cans kidney beans
2 cans pinto beans
1t garlic powder
4T chili powder
2T bacon fat
1 can of rotel
*Note: Tomatoes and beans are not drained
Brown burger over medium heat; drain
In large skillet, saute’ onion, green pepper and celery in bacon fat.
In large stockpot, combine sauteed veggies, meat and all remaining ingredients except for beans
Heat to boiling; reduce heat and simmer 1 hour. Add beans. Cook additional 30 minutes uncovered.
The beans and the tomatoes are not drained.
Dana’s Extra Tip: To really kick this up a notch or several, add jalepeno’s to the recipe. We typically add two for our preference.
Serve with cheddar cheese and a dollup of sour cream in your favorite stoneware soup bowl and enjoy with saltine crackers or Frito’s® Scoops!
This is a great recipe to make in the crockpot on low overnight. Allow to cool and freeze into family size portions. Great to take to hunting camp and eat around the campfire!
now just in case you missed the show…you can watch the cooking segment below 🙂
Linda Peterson shows how to create an etched design on a set of drinking glasses. She uses a rustic lodge theme for this segment, however, you can choose any motif that fits your decor.
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Linda Peterson Live will air again February 21st with Celebrating Spring – Bloomin flowers as the theme. Mark your calendars to join us!
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