Wednesday, February 8, 2012

February and a recipe

What a success last night was! It's even inspired me to have a little blog renovation and list some of our wonderful friends (with blogs) in the side-bar. 

Alphabet City proved to be an amazing venue with free parking, great lighting, a huge table and very friendly hosts.  We had such a great time that Erin and Moira invited us to return next month, and so it seems that Lucky Penny has a new home. Here we all are sitting around that wonderful table (bar me, the photographer). There were so many talented people around that table: quilters, knitters, sewers, creative people who were keen to share ideas, books, fabrics, yarn, you name it.  Come and join us next time for a drink and a chat and you're bound to make some really nice new friends too!


 


There was brownie too, and just in case you'd like to make it too, here's the recipe.  It's my favourite: so easy and made with everyday baking ingredients; you don't even need chocolate.


Basic and speedy brownie (Donna Hay, Off the shelf)

Mix these together in food processor:
250g melted butter
1 1/3 c sifted flour
2 1/4c sugar
3/4c sifted cocoa powder
4 eggs
1/4 t baking powder
1 t vanilla essence

Pour into lined 20cm square cake tin and bake at 170 C for 50 min. 



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