Quilt With Us

Information

Recipes to Quilt By

Since we all love to quilt and quilting time is so valuable, I thought it would be nice to share quick and easy recipies that are tried and true. Less time in the kitchen means more time in the sewing room. Prerequisite: quick, easy and YUMMY!

Members: 145
Latest Activity: Nov 30, 2015

Let's Help Each Other

If you're like me you need help around the house to make more time to quilt. One of my most dreaded chores is to come up with something for dinner. I hear this a lot when I'm with my friends so I know it's not just me. In this group we want to help each other to create more time to quilt so, the prerequisite will be quick and easy, tried and true recipies. You need to rememeber, Martha Stewart doesn't live here. I like some of the things she does, but let's be serious, her recipies are CRAZY. Lots of ingredients and 74 steps. We want EASY, QUICK but most of all YUMMY. Just imagine how happy the family will be after getting a good meal. I know when I feed my hubby a great meal I don't have any guilty feelings about spending several hours quilting, and he kinda leaves me alone. Now that's really the treat. Sooo......let's get started.
If we would all click on "start discussion" and copy/paste your recipe there, we will have them all in the same place and won't have to scroll thru tons of posts to find them.

Discussion Forum

Crock Pot Chicken Stroganoff

Started by Sandra Commins Jun 7, 2013. 0 Replies

Pie really....for dinner...

Started by kingskidaz. Last reply by Katie Mlnarik Oct 5, 2011. 2 Replies

Lemon Meringue Bars

Started by Katie Mlnarik. Last reply by kingskidaz Oct 4, 2011. 1 Reply

Peach/or Applesauce Coffeecake

Started by Katie Mlnarik. Last reply by kingskidaz Oct 4, 2011. 1 Reply

DESSERTS - COOKIES-CAKES-BROWNIES- ETC

Started by Debbie Snyder/WA. Last reply by Barbara A. Brooks Jul 24, 2011. 22 Replies

Comment Wall

Comment

You need to be a member of Recipes to Quilt By to add comments!

Comment by Connie/KS on December 14, 2014 at 8:33am

Welcome Cheryl.....there doesn't seem to be much activity in this group lately, but there are some good recipes here.

There is another recipe group also.....Quiltmakers Best of the Best Recipes All Year Long....but it's been pretty quiet too.

Comment by Cheryl A on December 12, 2014 at 7:45pm
Always on the look out for a new recipe to try. Just found this group. Sounds yummy
Comment by Kathy Koehler Holm on October 14, 2013 at 12:28pm
Hi Ladies..I am new and have just joined your group..I am Kathy from the high California desert..love the idea of the recipes! ..to me they go together with quilting like coffee and flavored cream!..my two favorites! .

I have been reading your blog..it is great!..I have been married for 50 years....to a Big John..that!s what great recipes and love can create..besides Quilts!..question.. Since we are talking about homemade bread..do most of you use a bread machine..or no?? I don't have one..and wonder if I should buy one? What do you think?
Comment by Terry Straubel on November 22, 2012 at 6:32am

Hi, I just joined this group and Debbie that bread sounds great.  I love fresh bread, not that I should be eating it all the time, but soooooo good.

Comment by Debbie Snyder/WA on March 21, 2012 at 5:38am

Okay ladies:  Here's the bread recipe:

3 cups water about 100 degrees

1-1/2 tablespoons yeast (2 packets)

1-1/2 tablespoons coarse salt

6 1/2 cups flour regular unbleached white all purpose flour

Disolve salt water and yeast together. Add flour all at once. i mix with yeast hook on kitchenaid mixer. This is a really wet dough and will look gooey.  Move dough to food safe container NOT air tight. (cover) Allow to rise about 2 hours and then put in fridge.  When ready to have fresh bread, take out a clump the size of a grapefruit and cloak for about 45 seconds. No need to Knead.  Form a ball and put in on a cornmeal covered pizza peel.  Let rise about 40 minutes  to two hours.  Preheat over to 450 degrees and heat up baking stone if you have one.  Dust top of bread with flour and slash several time. Slide dough from peel onto stone.  Put a broiler pan with 1-2 cups water on bottom oven shelf under baking stone (baking with steam make a huge difference).  Bake for 30 minutes.    All this should take about 5 minutes to do other than the rise time.  go to youtube and search for cloaking dough and watch a few videos.  It helped me.  I would suggest getting the book.  It's full of recipes and I've made several and everyone has raved about the bread.  Good luck.  Ask me if you have any questions.

Comment by Debbie Snyder/WA on March 19, 2012 at 12:41pm

Yes I will as soon as I get home.  I'm out of town for a basketball game and will head home tomorrow.  Will post it then.  http://www.artisanbreadinfive.com/ This is the website that I found the book on an purchased it thru Amazon. You might take a peek.   I started doing this because of the lactose issue in my family.  I am now in control of the milk/whey in our family bread. 

Comment by Marlene Duffy on March 19, 2012 at 11:50am

That sounds like a great bread recipe

Comment by Nancy on March 19, 2012 at 10:55am

Debbie--can you send the recipe for your bread? Sounds wonderful and you're right about the aroma of baking bread.  Thanks!

Comment by Debbie Snyder/WA on March 19, 2012 at 9:22am

Oh...did I mention how good my house smells in the morning?  Nothting's better than the smell of cooking bread or cookies, right?

Comment by Debbie Snyder/WA on March 19, 2012 at 9:21am

No I haven't either.  I am into bread though...make it everyday (small loaves).  I use the Fresh Bread in 5 minutes a day book.  You make a ton of dough once a week...store it in the fridge and take out a grapefruit size clump each morning and raise/bake it.  My family is ga-ga over this bread.  It only has flour, salt, yeast and water.  Easy easy easy. 

 

Members (142)

 
 
 

Country Fair

New & Exclusive! Country Fair Collection just $6.96/yard Shop now »

Chambray Tonals

New & Exclusive! Chambray Tonals just $6.96/yard. Shop now »

© 2019   Created by CT Admin.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Service