Moving House

October 21, 2009

the art of making wontons

the art of making wontons

spicy wonton soup, ready for consumption

spicy wonton soup, ready for consumption

Spicy wonton soup to heat up the season, so fresh and comforting at the same time. Meanwhile, my life with boxes. We’re preparing for a big move at the end of the month. The cats are a bit spooked but love the new obstacles.

piles of packed boxes, bags of clothes to donate, the countdown begins.

piles of packed boxes, bags of clothes to donate, the countdown begins.

In the world of projects, I recently completed an order for a bride-to-be, who chose three matching handbags as bridesmaids gifts. Watermelon and navy blue were my directives. They turned out to be very sweet indeed!

bridesmaids plaid handbags

bridesmaids plaid handbags

finishing touches: the DeSigne label

finishing touches: the DeSigne label

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2 Responses to “Moving House”

  1. Kurt Says:

    Spicy won ton?!? This is too tempting of a post not to include a recipe! The flurries of snow tonight had me reaching for the pressure cooker to concoct something stewed in time for dinner, but instead it was a grilled bavette with roasted potatoes.

    I’m now wishing I had the time and patience for won ton soup.

    Keep up the good work, grannies.


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