Friday, June 08, 2007

Redfish in Herb Sauce recipe card

My favorite fish recipe:
Credits: Being Me by Gina Marie Huff from Weeds & Wildflowers Design available at WeedsAndWildflowersDesigns.com, curled frame distressed by Katie Pertiet, AtomicCupcake's tear and grungeink actions, fonts: MA Fishy, Joyful Juliana

16 comments:

Fryske said...

Looks yammy :-) After the mudplaying this meal and they sleep like roses, I guess!?

Do you know a good link about the explaning of the actions. I see them a lot but have not a clue what and how to do with them.

Mary Ellen said...

oh that looks so yummy !!! and such a fancy way to display it.
Very pretty
thanks bunches for all you do for all of us

Kristin said...

Wow! Now that is a recipe card worthy of framing! Thanks for sharing.

JulieO said...

Ikea Goddes,
I have part 2 of Dusted Blossoms on my blog today. Now that I have that done I am going to take some time to get some freebies for myself. I did manage to get a few off your list yesterday Linda’s Xntrik's Trunk was a great find. Thanks.
JulieO
http://stoneaccents.blogspot.com/

Beka said...

Oh my goodness! This looks delicious! And such a beautiful recipe card too!

Heather said...

And all cooked lovingly on ikea cookware and served on their sturdy but affordable dinnerware I bet, lol. That's what furnishes my kitchen, lol. And a new catalog should be soon, right? I have my red pen at the ready. Any clue as to how to center your blog? Mine is driving me nuts. So uneven.

Aly said...

Um... for a culinary-challenged American, what is "Philadelphia with herbs"? Would that be cream cheese with herbs?

Lovely card. Thanks for the inspiration.

Amy's blog said...

My dd and I love fish, and this sounds awesome. We may just try it tonight! :)

Jimtown said...

Your page makes this even more appetizing! Great work!

Becca said...

I can't wait to try it! Thanks for sharing, love your website!

Nancy P said...

Thank you for the great tips today. I appreciate your time that is put into doing this.
In your recipe - is philadelphia Philadelpha Cream Cheese? This is probably a dumb quesion, huh?! This sounds yummy. Thank again!

IkeaGoddess said...

@Nancy: you're right, Philadelphia is a cream cheese. In Germany it is such a huge brand we use it's name for all cottage cheese products. Sorry about that.

20Birds said...

that recipe sounds fabulous ... i need to give it a whirl tfs

olga9999 said...

The recipe is very good and looks easy to make, thanks for sharing it. Also the layout is really original and very, very colourful. Beautiful. :)

Thanks for sharing both with us. :o)

Lucie aka Lemonaid Lucy said...

Yummmyyyy! It looks great, definitely have to try it! The LO is beautiful!

amy said...

COOL LAYOUT! I love this idea! Scrapping my recipes traditionally is a job I was never able to pull off, for some reason it never occurred to me to do it digi! BRILLIANT :)