Something’s Brewing continues the trick of using both sides of one focus fabric on a scrappy background.
In this case, the bubbles and steam are the reverse of the spider-web cauldron.
I’m especially fond of the honey buzzard claw feet and broomstick. There are LOTS of fun Halloween fabrics out there (and maybe in your stash) that would make a great cauldron! Get this new pattern, first in a line of seasonal quilts, in my Etsy shop!
Since we’re stirring things up (and since I promised my Colorful Wings class that I’d share), here is a soup recipe to brew- works great in the crockpot or your favorite cauldron:
Taco Chicken Soup
1/2 lbs. cooked chicken
1 can corn
1 can kidney beans
1 can chicken broth
1 can Rotel
1 pkg. taco seasoning
1 pkg. ranch dressing/dip
Combine ingredients in large pot or crockpot, heat mixture, stirring occasionally. Can be served with tortilla strips or chips, sour cream, shredded cheese, and olives.
Ground beef and beef broth can be substituted for the chicken and chicken broth. Recipe given to me by Kim Mueller.
Next post will be a treat when I share my friend Nancy’s Oatmeal Ranger Cookies!
Tell me how you like decorating with Halloween quilts.
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