Sunday, November 23, 2014

Oodles of Noodles

I have been up to my eyeballs in noodles!

Today was one of the bigger craft shows I am a vendor at selling my home made egg noodles.

This past week has been CRAZY trying to get enough made.


The local chickens were behind in producing eggs thanks to the recent cold snap.

It is hard to make egg noodles with no eggs!

But I did manage to get enough to keep production rolling.


Everytime I looked at the counter my bags of noodle dough seemed to multiply!


My poor pasta machine started to squeak by Friday.


My house is full of flour!


But I got them all bagged and ready to go!


Out of 39 bags, 
I only came home with 3!

I will give the pasta machine a week to rest up, 
(the chickens too!)
then its time to get ready for the next craft show!

Liz






18 comments:

  1. Wow I enjoy stopping by to see what you have been up to. I love the drying rack, what a wonderful idea!

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    1. That dry rack is the bomb! I remember my grandma hanging noodles over the backs of chairs to dry. lol..

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  2. WOW . . . impressive . . . very!
    You are one talented dynamo . . .

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  3. Congrats on selling almost all of the noodles! They look so cool on the drying racks. Such a neat picture.

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    1. Thanks! I was glad they sold. We would be eating noodles FOREVER if they didn't lol,,

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  4. Interesting! Cool you sold so many too!

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  5. Oh Wow! That is a lot of noodles! Good for you on your great sales! Wendy x

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    1. Glad we sold most of them or we would be eating noodles for breakfast, lunch and dinner! lol..

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  6. Congrats on the noodle sales. That's a lot of noodles !

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  7. You seriously inspire me! Look at you go!! Just amazing Liz! SO glad to have found you through blogging! Happy Thanksgiving! Nicole xoxo

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    1. Thanks Nicole! Glad I found you too! Your landscape pictures have inspired a lot of ideas around my place! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!
      Liz

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  8. Wow! You have quite an impressive operation there!

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  9. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo......I would have bought all you had! Love fresh pasta but more than that, I would have loved to watch you make it!! YUM

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    1. Thanks! Getting ready to make some fresh butternut squash ravioli tomorrow! Fresh pasta is my downfall!

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