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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

SummerTime Bed ~

People that's been friends with me on blogging
know that I LOVE changing out my bedding from
winter to summer and visa-versa...


 My wintertime bedding is always RED..
RED is warm...
and goes so well with .....black and white checks...:>)


and my spring and summer bedding
has a flavor of TURQUOISE and LIME...
I dearly love those colors together...




white and cream go very well with turquoise..
well...I can't even THINK of a color that turquoise wouldn't look beautiful with...


 When the weather begins to get REALLY hot,
I LOVE taking the bedspread off and just using sheets...


 The other day, I was in BIG LOTS, a favorite cheap store of mine...
and here was a
KING COMFORTER
2 KING PILLOW SHAMS
1 DECORATOR PILLOW
A COMPLETE SET OF KING SHEETS


 all for $29.00

so comfy....and being that cheap  inexpensive,
they may fall apart when I wash them the first time...

but for now, they are hassle-free...
cool..
(oh, I have a light weight quilt close by for cooler nights)
This look isn't nearly as pretty to look at...
just liking the EASE of it all...
 but when company is coming and I want things to look really nice...


I bring out the "good" stuff.... hahhaa....
well...it may not be GOOD stuff...
but it looks a little dressier for company.

I am enjoying just the sheets and not so many decorator pillows
to move at night...
I just keep the new comforter at the foot of the bed.


make YOUR summer as easy as you can
and you will enjoy it so much more....

                                           I have to leave you with a bit of food...
                                                                              it's just my style.


 I have this recipe taped to the inside of one of my cabinet doors....
(my mama used to do that all the time..guess that's where I got it from)

CORN FRITTERS
1 48 oz bottle of oil
1 cup flour
1 1/2 tsp. baking powder
1/8 tsp. salt
1/8 tsp. cayenne pepper
1 lg. egg
2/3 cup milk
2 Tbl. butter, melted
1 cup fresh corn kernels
(about 2 ears)
 *******
I've used canned whole kernel corn many times..
Mix all together and drop by small teaspoon fulls into medium hot oil.
Cook until nice and golden in color...
drain on paper plate lined with paper towels.


I nearly always add more cayenne...

we like a little bite to it but not hot.


altho the original recipe doesn't call for it,


I love shredded Extra Sharp Cheddar...
and a few green onion tops if I have them....
 *
  it's one of those recipes that you can add whatever you like..
jalapeno peppers or chopped green chili peppers are delicious in these.


and, yes, I know fried ANYthing isn't good for our health...

we don't do it often...
and we sure do like fried...


 OOO, HONEY...

and speaking of honey,
these are delicious with a little honey poured over the tops.....ummmmm.