Tarragon the Dragon got completed. Sewing him together was the hardest part. Making sure his limbs and wings were even was not easy for me. He will be mailed to his new owner this week. I still need to make a frog for her too but.....................I started on the frog this past week and do not like the way it looks. So..................the frog got frogged. I am looking for a knitted frog pattern instead of a crocheted one. I did find one but now need to convince myself it is worth the price the designer is asking for it. I know I will only make it once and it is almost the price of an entire book of patterns! I don't mind paying for a pattern and have done so many times. But the price of this one is almost 3 times what most patterns have cost me. (sigh)
We played 2 sessions of bingo and did not win. That is ok though. We had a lot of fun playing and it was nice not to hear the noise of the slot machines going all the time.
Once completed, I took the cinnamon roll frosting and poured it over them. Notice the 'fine china' I put them on for their photo shoot LOL. We add a scoop of ice cream with these and they are delicious. Next time, I want to try cherry pie filling or blueberry pie filling.
These cookies are going to be made today. Hubby has had a hankerin' for cookies since we returned from our trip. My Grandma used to make molasses cookies as did my mom. One of my fond memories is biting into one of these cookies warm from the oven. YUM!
This is made in my pullman loaf pan. It took me quite a while to find a recipe for sourdough made in that pan. I had a horrible time getting this to rise this morning after the overnight rise. After over an hour, I finally just stuck it in the oven and let it rise and bake at the same time. It worked pretty well. It is a little shorter than normal but will taste just fine.