Our friends in Montana had this cook book make up.
And she gave it to me!
Thank you Cathy!
I have used it a few times already.
This is the second time I have made Nona Adella's sauce and balls.
Nona Adella is our friend Tony Loiacono's mother.
She lives in Toronto and only speaks Italian.
I know this will be a very happy and fun wedding.
Love you both Tony and Kage.
The best part about this recipe is you don't have to cook the balls.
Just form them and drop them in the simmering sauce.
Of course I forgot to take a picture of my perfect balls.
Let them cook for a few hours and they are perfect.
I make it in my crock pot. You do have to leave the top off to thicken it up.
And now my $5.00 chair.
First I put 2 coats of ASCP old white.
Sanded and then I put AS dark wax on and sanded again.
Then AS clear wax.
I had this in my stash. I was going to make a big pillow out of it but it fit the chair perfect.
I like it.
I'm going to have a hard time selling this baby.
I think I will live with it for a while.
And that's one of the joys of doing what we are doing.
I don't have to sell it!
But I will.
So here she is.
Hope you are enjoying this Labor Day Holiday.
I have my flag out!
Linking with Kristin's Tuesday's Treasures at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia.
And Linda's Nifty Thrifty Tuesday at Coastal Charm.