Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Sherbet Pips and Potato Cakes

It is very rare that I fall in love with a entire line of fabric, but I am in love with Sherbet Pips. Scooters, swings and puppy dogs in the loveliest colours. I can definitely see myself using a lot of this.
We came home from our week away to find some potatoes ready to harvest. I thought I'd try some potato cakes for lunch which were a bit of a hit. I used this recipe.

9 comments:

A Christy Production said...

Those potato cakes look amazing!! They're making me hungry!

Sue said...

Oh they look delicious. They look very similar to what we used to call mock fish and were potatoes grated up with vegies thrown in sometimes too!

Naturally Carol said...

Both of them look delicious...I must look for that fabric..I think I love it too!

travellersyarn said...

Wow, I love fresh potatoes, and potato cakes. Thanks for the link!

Posie Patchwork said...

Oh, all delicious!! Love Posie

Stephanie said...

The pip prints are so sweet. I'm looking forward to seeing this line in person. Great quilt.

Thimbleanna said...

Eeeek!!! It's the Pips! I LOVE the Pips!!!!

About me said...

Love the fabric, and what you're doing with it.

Little Miss was fine after she fell off her bike (although she does have an impressive bruise on her knee) - thanks for asking!

a-m x

Jill said...

Those potato cakes look lovely! I'm going to try growing potatoes this year too!