Wednesday, May 22, 2013

History Quilter Podcast Episode 38 Playing With My Walking Foot

I'm making my way around the European and Pacific Theaters of WWII right now in my World History class  and thankfully had the time this past Sunday morning to record a new podcast. My latest podcast episode is now available on iTunes , Podbean and Stitcher Radio .  

Here are a few things I spoke about: 

I made Triple-cheese spinach strata with sun-dried tomatoes and peppers for a Mother's Day Brunch.  I found the recipe here at One Cake Two Cake.  The recipe is excellent and my guests and I were all very happy with the results.  

Triple-cheese spinach strata with sun-dried tomatoes & peppers
Here's the Transport Your Dreams baby quilt I'm currently working on.  This is my first time quilting with my new machine and the walking foot glides like butter over the fabric - a dream to work on. Hehe - no pun intended.  

Transport Your Dreams quilt with the Walking Foot

Here are a few pictures around my garden/yard:
Tomatoes, tomatillos, peppers  zucchini, cilantro and basil.  
San Marzano Tomato
Lavender intertwined with ?? enjoying the late afternoon sun
Thank you all for listening, taking the time to comment and sticking around while I finish up the last few weeks of Student Teaching.  Cannot believe I am almost done.  Alright, now back to WWII and Pearl Harbor.


  1. Yay. Looking forward to listening soon. And the strata sounds delish! Good luck finishing up the school year!

  2. Oh my, that recipe looks and sounds so good. Can't wait to hear your voice again. Enjoy the last few weeks of school.

  3. Enjoyed the podcast tonight - good to hear from you and exciting about the remodeling coming up!

  4. I have been enjoying listening to your adventures in student teaching land so much. You deserve a wonderful summer!

  5. Congratulations on finishing your student teaching! It sounds to me like you are going to be one of those teachers that leaves lifelong positive impacts on students. I am nearly 50, and I still have very strong memories of a couple of my teachers who really changed my life. I was able to get into contact with one of them and let her know personally when I was in my 30s. The reach the one really is important, I was the one who really needed it, and I'm glad they were there.