Second sock syndrome, have you heard of it? I always thought to myself, "oh that won't be a problem for me, I never have problems when it's gloves." Recently I made my first ever sock! I started it after the holidays an it's been finished for a few weeks now; I just need to make the second one. What makes it especially hard is that although I tried it on while working on the ankle, at some point after the ankle my calf gets too big making the sock fit weird. Not only am I having fit problems, I also can't find where I wrote down the pattern modifications for the toe. Having never made a sock the pattern didn't give me enough direction and when I followed what I thought the instructions stated I got a spiral toe. I didn't realize the heel was spiraled as well until I had it sewn closed. Maybe I can find some motivation within myself to finish the other sock in a month or two.
My first CSA shipment went pretty well. Part of the share was blue cheese which I don't really care for, the only cheese I don't really care for. I was ready to explore and experiment anyways. Then I got blue cheese for the second share, um, yeah, that's a lot of blue cheese. There were problems with my third share so this week I only got meat and I'm supposed to get a double share of produce next week. Let's hope there's not much blue cheese.
Ground beef, bacon, boneless skinless chicken breasts, acorn squash, sweet potatoes, napa cabbage, lettuce, almond butter, blue cheese, whole wheat egg noodles, and of course a dozen eggs!
Ground turkey, porchetta ham, beef sausages, whole wheat egg noodles, blue cheese, sweet potatoes, peanut butter, a dozen eggs, acorn squash and napa cabbage.
No photos were taken from the meats from week 3 before I used part of them. I received boneless pork chops, ground turkey, and some more beef sausages.