Ok...this is a tough one. I want to keep it!!! But I am giving it away in the spirit of Halloween....a Halloween sacrifice if you will. I bought this in Salem on my recent trip. This is a very well made apron and witch hat. The apron comes with it's own towel which is attached to the apron with a button. I have included a Salem dish towel.
You can use this all year long. The daughter is not included in the giveaway at this time. However, that could change at any moment.
And to complete the outfit, I am also including this pair of vintage looking earrings. So, to enter the giveaway, join as a follower. If you are already a follower, mention the giveaway on your blog or add the button on your sidebar. Also, leave a comment naming the scariest movie you have ever seen. Mine is "Don't Look Now". I will draw the winner using a random number draw on Wednesday morning at 9:00am. Good Luck!
The winner of the Fall trip basket is: The Frog Queen
Congrats and leave a comment telling me how to contact you! It was really fun hearing about your favorite small towns and now I have a list of new places to visit.
I thought you might enjoy seeing the view from my kitchen window.
Also, if you are interested in a killer salsa recipe, check the next post.
I start out by grilling 2 lbs. of tomatillos until slightly charred.
Don't worry if they get a bit black, it just adds to the smokey flavor.
Chop them fine or process in a food processor.
Broil a red onion cut in wedges, about 5 jalapenos which you have seeded, and the same amount of poblanos.
Meanwhile, place a pint of cherry tomatoes, a half cup of pickled jalapenos, 4 garlic cloves, 1 tsp. sugar and 1 tsp. salt in the food processor and pulse until chunky.
Add some raw chopped red onion and one can of rotel.
Then place the roasted veggies in the processor and add the juice of 3 limes and 3 tablespoons of red wine vinegar. I also add cumin powder at this time, about 2 tablespoons. Process and add this mixture to the tomatillos.
Stir in chopped cilantro to taste.
I am sure this can be canned but around here it goes too fast so I just put it in the refrigerator.
I used my harvested tomatillos but all of my tomatoes were long gone so I had to buy them. This is a very inexpensive salsa to make when you have the veggies in your garden.
I am a mother of two humans and one wonderful puppy. I cook, bake, garden and sleep. The first three a lot more than the last one! And i dabble. I have many collections but none as special as my witches. I have been collecting for over 20 years and have amassed one of the largest authentic witch collections in existence.