A French Knot Rhyme

It’s been quite awhile, since I sat down to rhyme,

And the absence has lately been noted,

So today it’s my goal to bring it right back,

By request of a few most devoted.

 

Up first for our friends, canvases sure to delight,

Purple Palm is now ready to show,

So many to choose, you can’t possibly go wrong,

Come in and we’ll help your stash grow.

 

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Next up on my list, that you’ll want to remember,

Mother’s Day comes around in ten days,

Your Mom would be thrilled, I’m really quite sure,

With yarn, thread or canvases… Always!!

 

At last now it’s time for a sweet little treat,

That Marian, our new friend just shared,

She brought us the recipe to pass on to y’all,

Here now you see how it’s prepared.

 

 

Marian's Pecan Praline Cookies
Marian’s Pecan Praline Cookies

 

Pecan Praline Cookies

Two ungreased 13×18 pans.

Take your low fat cinnamon graham crackers, fill the pans with crackers each will break into four.

After you have filled the pan, sprinkle chopped pecans over the crackers, set aside.

Heat oven to 400.

In a medium pot, put 2 sticks of salted butter,

2 cups of light brown sugar

A pinch of cream of tartar

Bring to a boil, stir and bring to a boil again.

With a big spoon cover crackers and pecans

Put on 3rd rack from top

Bake at 400 for 13 min. Cool on cooling rack.  When cooled, put a towel on the table, turn pan over and beat top of pan.  Separate on rectangle lines, put in a container after completely cooled.  Enjoy.

 

 

 

3 thoughts on “A French Knot Rhyme”

  1. Very interested in your canvas. Do you sell charts because I am much better at counted cross stitch.

    Thanks in advance.
    Brenda Newell

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