So, I did it. I made kimchi!
I've eaten a lot of it already. Here's my third kimchi quesadilla. It makes a great, light lunch.
I truly recommend trying out the recipe if you have any cabbage you need to cook up.
I'm just about finished with the Tanglewood Pullover sweater I've been working on forever. According to Ravelry, I've started the project Feb. 27. But I haven't been knitting since then. I put the needles down for a couple of months.
My sweater is going to be all green. I can't wait to wear it this fall!
All that's left to finish is the second sleeve, stitching everything together and knitting up the collar.
While in Cincinnati a couple weekends ago, Chris and I stopped at a yarn store suggested by Chris' aunt — One More Stitch.
I wanted to pick up a size 5 circular knitting needle for the sweater's collar and I didn't have one in my knitting supplies.
This store is HUGE and is filled with a lot of beautiful yarn and needles. If you happen to be out that way, stop by and check them out.
The Tanglewood Pullover is found in this book:
For some Korean fare, check out this cookbook:
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