First thing - to the studio!
|I used vellum for the girl - such a smooth material to paint over.|
|I painted this girl on vellum for future use.|
Then in the kitchen, my dad really loved those Cheesy Corn Cakes with turkey bacon and a sunny side egg, soI made them for breakfast on his day off.Zucchini Bread with golden raisins and walnuts.
ravioli. I swear to you, I am NEVER making ravioli by hand again! It was the hardest thing I've ever done in my life. I had to roll out each square by hand, fill each one, seal each one individually...they better enjoy it - that's all I have to say!!!
|Make the meat mixture, add in some peppers, onions, parmesan,balsamic vinegar, etc.|
|Make the pasta dough.|
|My mom bought a "ravioli maker." I tried it - it didn't do anything! So I had to do each square by hand!|
|I rolled the dough into tiny individual balls...|
|Rolled it out and filled it with the meat mixture, brushed it with egg wash...|
|And did it many, many times!|
|Boiled them...and dinner it served. I'm pooped.|
|Separate 6 eggs.|
|Beat the egg whites with sugar (you need two separate mixing bowls.)|
|Beat the yolks with vanilla, salt, matzoh meal, and potato starch|
|Fold in the whites, the yolks, and the bananas.|
|Pour into a greased 9 x 13 baking dish and bake for 30 minutes at 325F.|
|Before baking, sprinkle with the streusel (which is a crumble of cinnamon, sugar, oil, and matzoh meal.) YUM!|
|I used the vellum girl I drew earlier, and also a magazine page I gessoed at Disney World. The magazine girl is crying into the vellum girl's hand.|