To get in the holiday spirit here is a fun and yummy recipe to enjoy:
- Payday Bars
2-16 oz jars salted, dry roasted peanuts (I used Planters)PAM, cooking sprayaluminum foil4 Tablespoons butter2 cups Reese's Peanut Butter chips1 can Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk1 bag miniature marshmallows (I use Campfire)Line a 9 x 13 pan with aluminum foil; spray foil with PAM cooking spray; spread 1 16 oz jar of peanuts in thebottom of the pan; set aside the other jar of peanuts, but have them open for use.In the top of a double boiler, or in a heavy pan slowly melt butter & peanut butter chips; add condensed milk toheat; stir in marshmallows....stirring until just about melted.Pour over peanuts and immediately pour 2nd jar of peanuts over melted mixture; press down peanuts with yourhands, pushing peanuts into all the gooey places that don't have any nuts;Store in the refrigerator. Cut into pieces to serve, after they have cooled (I like 2" x 2" when I am eating themor .5 x .5 if you are taking them to a guild meeting).Compliments of Sue James
-- Upcoming sew in: Dec. 8th from 1-6pm at Sew Original
-- Retreat: We will be hosting another guild retreat in April at Lee Monroe's mountain house. Contact Lee for more details.
--Member directory: please fill out this short form if you are a member. We will be keeping a directory of all members and contact information, so that it is easier to get in touch. Only include information you wish to disclose to the guild. Here is the link to the form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1KICfu_9OequbbCU97MJddOAvL57M4Cj03JtIW-vPyUg/viewform
--Dues: we are now accepting dues. If you would like to join or have not yet paid for 2014 bring $25 to the next meeting.
--Feb. meeting: we will be having a guild garage sale! If you have quilt notions, fabric, quilt books, patterns or other sewing/quilting related items you would like to sell bring them to the Feb. meeting. Bring all your items priced and with your name. 50% of the profits will go to the guild and 50% will go to you.
-- The January speaker will be Karen Gray.
-- A huge thanks to our November speaker, Shirley Bailey from Sew Orignial, who spoke about needles and threads.