Friday, April 8, 2011

Corntastic Terrific Tote Contest

Just in! Fresh off the produce truck!  Corntastic yarn in this cute Terrific Tote Kit, ready for casting on, in some fabulous summer colors (both bright and serene).

We're offering another Give-A-Way!  Post anything relating to this tote, veggies, going green, even a favorite veggie recipe **yum** and you'll be entered into the drawing for a FREE Kit!!  Offer starts now and goes thru next Friday at NOON.

Get ready, get set, Go Green!  (Isn't this fun?!)


Anonymous said...

Looks like a great bag to take to the Farmers' Market!!

BlackberryGirl said...

I keep looking for a great market type bag - something that squishes up to nothing when not in use but swells and holds a lot when needed. This looks great! Great color, too!

Twila said...

I have used string bags for years & love this idea of making my own!!

Bronna Barber said...

(2) yellow squash
(2) zucchini
(1) onion
(2-3) tomatoes

put in a casserole dish, sprinkle with olive oil and put a good portion of Spice Delight (found at Fresh Market)
put in 350 oven until veggies are tender....BEST recipe ever.

Kevin & Sarah said...

I would just get the basics, yummy carrots, celery, yellow peppers, tomatoes, and some cucumber with the Hidden Valley Ranch dip and I'm good to go. Yum, I think I'll make some of that dip when I get home tonight.

vicky1947 said...
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vicky1947 said...

Roasted vegetable
Cut up onions, potatoes & carrots.
Toss with olive oil, salt & pepper.
Bake at 425 until browned to your liking.

You can add asparagus, mushroom, or broccoli toward the end.

Delicious with any grilled meat.

Kat said...

That bag seams perfect for getting early peaches at the farmers market. (My veg comes in a box from the farm, so I went fruity for the bag.)

Delana said...

I would love this bag for going to the market and for picking apples.

Becky said...

A few years ago I switched to using only baking soda, vinegar, and borax for cleaning our house. I feel good about not having toxic chemicals around my children and it saves us a lot of money.

Michelle said...

My delicious and healthful way to prepare collard greens from the farmer's market:

wash the greens well
trim off the very end of stalks
stack leaves w/ stalks still
attached, roll up, and cut into
strips (abt. 2 inches wide)

place in large pot (don't forget
the stalks!)
add two (or more) cups chicken
bring to boil, then simmer as
slowly as possible for 40-45
serve in a bowl; drizzle with
olive oil and add a few drops of
Texas Pete
don't forget the broth-maybe the
best part!

tsmusgrave said...

Veggies are so good for you. What a nice way to bring them home from the market!!! Susan

Anonymous said...

Farmers' Markets are just getting cranked up here in the northwest - this is perfect!

Liz said...

I've been wanting to knit a market bag for a while now - this would be the perfect excuse to set aside my current project!

LizzieK8 said...

Two pounds of potatoes, a bag of green beans, two white onions, a bunch of carrots, pound of soup bones, four cloves of garlic, a bunch of parsley and four clean stones.

Stone Soup rocks. (pun intended)