I keep a grocery list on my fridge, after doing some post-Altitude Design Summit grocery shopping and tearing off an old page I came back to find Scott had added an item and included this note. He couldn’t help it.
· comments  · 01-25-2010 · categories:mumbling ·
// Jan 25, 2010 at 10:54 am
That is awesome!
// Jan 25, 2010 at 10:59 am
LOL – nice one, Scott.
// Jan 25, 2010 at 2:18 pm
That is really funny.
// Jan 25, 2010 at 6:31 pm
Haha! How adorable!
Picnicking in Dreamland
// Jan 25, 2010 at 7:38 pm
// Jan 26, 2010 at 8:18 am
I keep one of these as well. My hubby never remembers to add something we actually need (I told you about the mayo! I swear I did!) but for some reason ‘Haggis’ always winds up on my shopping list. Like you can by that at Safeway… Maybe Whole Foods?
// Feb 18, 2010 at 10:24 pm
Canned haggis exists. I know this because I saw it in an Irish-Scottish souvenir shop in Virginia. I took a picture of it because I figured witnessing that was like seeing Bigfoot; alas, I did not have the guts to actually buy a can. I consider that a personal loss.
Hi, I'm Megan. I live in Seattle with Scott. I make stuff and give you tutorials on how to make it too. I also keep a blog of what I'm up to and links to good stuff from all over.
Lately I've been playing games with peppers, getting myself out of a hedge maze and appreciating some good cookware.
Trick-or-Treat Cookies: You have to break them open to find out which you get.
Zombie Head Cheese: It's simply cheese spread on a plastic skull. It's ghastly.
Meat Hand: it's made of meatloaf, I promise
Skull Cake: I love this cake pan so darn much
Crawly Cakes: scary legs made from Pocky
Hallowig: an easy to knit wig that is warm, great for trick-or-treating (over at Knitty)
Pumpkin Pancakes: with black cinnamon syrup
Tentacle Pot Pie: will you eat it or will it eat you?
Go see all of my how-tos.
Subscribe to my site in a reader.
home · archive & categories & search · projects · links · press · about
© 2001–2013 not martha · FM Living