Sunday, September 23, 2012

Sunday Dinner And Buttermilk Coconut Pie


Like so many Sunday mornings  I sit at my computer early enjoying my coffee and catching up on posts. Both reading other peoples posts and writing my own. The smell of homemade bread this morning lingers on the air. I got it on early and made extra to freeze for garlic bread for other future meals. With plenty of fresh canned tomato products again in my pantry it will go perfectly with those pasta dishes.  


I took lasagna out of the freezer last night and it is defrosting on the counter. A loaf of frozen garlic bread already beside it from a previous batch frozen earlier.  


And for dessert a buttermilk coconut pie cooling. You can find the recipe here at 



With lunch already lined out I can spend my Sunday as I please and I think today I will work some more on that quilt I have on the frame. I need to finish it because I need to make a new wedding quilt.


Seems that my baby boy (all 6'4" of him) proposed to his girl friend on my birthday. I am thrilled as I love her to death, and at 33 I think he is ready. What a great birthday present! 

Anyone have any suggestions for a wedding quilt : ) 

Blessings from The Holler

The Canned Quilter 

10 comments:

  1. What about the double wedding ring quilt?

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  2. Without doubt..the double wedding ring. That has always been my favorite..vera

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  3. Beautiful picture of your son and you! Talk about a great Birthday gift. I agree with your other blogger friends,the double wedding ring quilt is a great idea. Have a Blessed Day!

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  4. Thank you so much for featuring my Grandmother's Buttermilk Coconut Pie! Not only is it an honor, it also led me to you blog! This is wonderful--I am so glad I found you! I'm your newest follower and have linked you from my Blog List. I'll be back to read more. . .

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    1. Great Pie and I am glad you found me also! Welcome : )

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  5. I saw a quilt last week called a Modern Wedding Ring. Very pretty. The pattern is in McCall's Quick Quilts Dec./Jan. 2011.

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    1. Looked it up and it does look like a great quilt

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  6. Perhaps have a cloth for the wedding guests to sign (using a pencil or an erasable ink pen), then you could embroider their names after the wedding and make that up into a quilt, or it could be the backing for a quilt.

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  7. oooh, that pie sounds good CQ!!


    Great photo of your son and you! Pretty lady and I love your smile!


    I love the idea from the other posters about the double wedding ring quilt. Then again, it's one of my favorites along with Log Cabin and 9 Patch.

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  8. My mother made my sister the double wedding ring quilt, in the colors of her choosing. This post just made me realize that she never made one for me! She did, however, make a beautiful baby quilt for my son, and is hard at work on a quilt for the one still baking.

    PS I love your blog, and am so glad I found it!

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