Today, I tried to sell some of home made soaps, hard lotion and bath stuff I made at Soup for Success tea party. I did not sell as much as I wanted, but I had fun. I am still selling what I have, so if you want to get some please let me know via the comments.
Here is what I have in stock:
Today is national cheese lovers day. So we had to write out a recipe for a cheese recipe that looked interesting or we made up. I made up this one.
Make up a batch of Italian sourdough bread dough. Divide dough in half, spread on a cookie sheet. Sprinkle on fully cooked bacon and cheddar cheese. Then spread rest of dough on top. Put in refrigerator till ready to cook. Cook at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. Sprinkle on mozzarella, provolone, and cheddar cheese on top. Cook another five minutes to brown cheese. Then serve with garlic butter.
Megan made a different type of bread. Here is her recipe.
Take the same kind of bread as Audrey’s and then I put on some cheese and some cooked bacon on it. I sprinkled on onion powder. Then I rolled it like a cinnamon roll. I let it rise a few hours. Then I cooked it and added more cheese. It tasted very very good!
This Is a Crowned slug moth, I found it in September and four days later it made its cocoon.
The caterpillar eats oak, cherry, maple, hickory, elm and other woody plants.
The first instar (first stage after emerging from the egg) does not usually eat. But the caterpillar is only in this stage for a day or two. The second and third instar eats in zig-zag patterns.
Crowned slug moth larva has stinging hairs along the the ends of its body, two red dots on lower end of body and the front end crested with orange or red. So don’t touch it with bare hands! It only grows to 1.5 cm long.
This is the first time I have found one of these. Since it is in the cocoon right now, it appears to overwinter. I assume it will emerge in April or May like my Eastern Black Swallowtails did. I am looking forward to seeing what happens!