I made another M6607, my 3rd...I guess this makes this pattern a TNT (tried and true) for me.
I wear tops like this over a tee or turtleneck and slim pants for at least six months of the year. The only change I made from this one and this one was to add pockets...MUST HAVE POCKETS!
I used a vibrant ivory and white ponte knit from Girl Charlee, one of my favorite vendors for knits.
And I've been at it again...cooking from my current love(s), Jerusalem and
Plenty. Here is a link to an article in the New York Times which attempts to explain the popularity of these books.
One night, we had Roasted Butternut Squash and Red Onion with Tahini and Za'atar
and (a repeat) Sweet Corn Polenta with Eggplant Sauce
All of the ingredients for these two fabulous dishes came from our next-door-neighbor's organic farm stand...the last of the sweet corn and the first of the winter squash.
Last night, we had Eggplant with Buttermilk Sauce; this is the dish that is pictured on the cover of Plenty
and I think was partly responsible for so many readers buying the book...it was
as good as it looks!
I have to show you pictures of this lovely food in my colorful dining room...they were meant for each other!
I am back on Patti's Visible Monday this afternoon; she is on the road, but the rest of us Visible Women are showing up...take a look!