:: Sunday, January 18, 2004 ::
:: Monday, June 09, 2003 ::
As you can tell it's been awhile. I hardly ever think to write in here, I've been working quite a bit lately, I'm on a 12 hour shift so I don't have much time to do much of anything, except on my days off.
I have been collecting a lot of books lately. I'm waiting excitedly for the new Laurell K. Hamilton book to come out. I absolutely love her writing. She writes great fiction, one of the best. She writes about Vampires, WereCreatures and The Fea.
:: Judy 1/18/2004 11:15:00 AM [+] ::
:: Friday, November 08, 2002 ::
It's been awhile since I've been on here. I did make that sheperd's pie, it turned out great. I practised playing my drum, I've gotten quite good at it, drum circles are awesome to go to, but I prefer an informal drum circle, like we have after rituals and such over at my friends place. I'll try to get back on here as much as I can.
:: Judy 6/09/2003 01:21:00 PM [+] ::
I got this recipe for Sheperd's Pie and I can't wait to try it. I'm going to make it on Sunday.. so i'll let you all know how it turned out.
In a greased caserole dish, lay a bed of chopped red and green
peppers and onions. (you may add other veggies if you like.) 2 cups
or more deppending on the size of the dish.
Place veggie burgers, turkey burgers or hamburgers over the veggies
(depending on your preference. You had veggie burgers (Boca Burgers
brand) at wicca II). You do not need to defrost them. Use enough to
cover the veggies with the edges of the burgers touching. A full
layer. Cut the burgers on the end to fill up a partial row if your
dish size requires it. Over lap them side to side if you can't get 3
full rows in the dish.
Place overlapping sliced cheese over the meat or meat substitute.
Provolone is our favorite, but you had American Cheese in the caserole
at Wicca II. Shredded cheese can be sprinkled liberally over the
sliced cheese layer.
Pour spaghetti sauce over the cheese, enough so it covers the dish and
dribbles down on to the meat and veggies.
Top with mashed potatoes. We make our mashed potatoes with sour cream
in place of some of the liquid. Eric makes the mixture quite runny so
it will thicken up as it bakes. I tend to make it stiffer. It all
comes out the same.
Bake uncovered at 350 for 35 minutes if using veggie burgers, and 45
minutes if using meat. Ovens vary, so you may want to test it at 35
and see if the meat is done. By starting with the meat frozen, you
need to cook it well, but it will remain juicier.
The potato topper should be set when the baking is done. If not, cook
another 10 minutes, covered if it is getting too brown. And yes, you
can use instant mashed potatoes on this with the sour cream, and no
one will notice. Of if they do, it is so good they won't care.
Sprinkle parmesan on the dish when you serve it. You can cover and
refridgerate this for 3 or 4 days and it is still good.
:: Judy 11/08/2002 01:45:00 PM [+] ::
Oh I forgot to mention.. I bought my drum, though I haven't had much time to practise on it.. I Love It!, its a black ceramic Doumbek, with a goat skin head, it's beautiful and sounds awesome!
:: Judy 11/08/2002 01:18:00 PM [+] ::
:: Thursday, October 03, 2002 ::
I'm kind of excited and I have al my fingers and toes crossed.. I just submitted two pieces to a new magazine yesterday, the magazine is called newWitch, so I'm really hoping that they accept my articles, one was a biography about myself, the other was a Goddess Myth that I wrote about the Triple Goddess aspect of the Wiccan religion. *jumps up and down waiting excitedly*
:: Judy 11/08/2002 01:16:00 PM [+] ::
:: Wednesday, September 25, 2002 ::
Just thought I'd let you guys know I'm starting a new website called Dark Midnight. It is going top be a Resource/BoS.. it will feature info on Wicca, Theiranthropy, and Vampirism. You can find my new website here: http://xepher.net/~darkmidnight/
:: Judy 10/03/2002 03:10:00 PM [+] ::
Hi.. This past weekend I attended a Wicca 2 class at my friends house. The rituals that we did for the Full Moon and Mabon were awesome.. I have decided to try to learn how to sew and I'm looking into buying a drum.
:: Judy 9/25/2002 02:34:00 PM [+] ::