Tuesday, September 9, 2008

someday I'll get there



My Friend Matt sent me this - ahh the dream..

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I can see Hummer doing that, easily. Come play at the plowing matches with Duane and I this year. You'll be a master in no time!

Sara Van Dyke

Jaye said...

Hey, you're already so much closer to that dream than most of us! You're my inspiration!!!! i just love this blog and am so glad to see some of your artwork! I'll always remember that darn pepper from Villa.
And boy (girl), am i with you about our Alaskan VP candidate. Why are people so charmed by her? It's frightening! She's so completely "small town" that i want to cry. And don't get me started on her "let me now address parents of children with disabilities" bulls*$@, The day that party actually does ANYTHING for a person with special needs will be the day i learn how to paint like you:)

Clare Carver said...

Thanks Jaye : ) how abotu little pins with a pig in lipstick with her name under it : )

Anonymous said...

Clare, I'll buy 50 of the pins as soon as you design and make. You are right on target with this person.
Lois

WeekendFarmer said...

love this photo! I love your artwork as well. Quick question on the pumpkin flowers...looks like its stuffed with brie. Is that it? Looks great. All I know of doing with these flowers are tempura style pancakes. http://weekendfarmer.blogspot.com/2007/10/pumpkin.html#links
I know in Mexico they make a soup out of it as well. Just wondering.

Clare Carver said...

wow weekend farmer I LOVE your blog!! thanks for visiting mine and all the nice comments : ) how'd you find me?... I'll put this on your to be sure you get it : ) - those are summer squash blossoms those are stuffed with ricotta then breaded in egg then panko (extra fine bread crumbs that we love) and fried in olive oil the photo is the middle step I like to leave the end un breaded so they crisp up and you still get the color of the flower when you cook them.

WeekendFarmer said...

ahhh Panko...love Panko : ) Mrs. Weekendfarmer is Japanese - so I must ask her to see your recipe. She will love it. I never thought about stuffing the flowers. Great idea.

Love your photos!

Anonymous said...

Love the pics! The fruits of your labor look fabulous!