Saturday, May 26, 2007

Decoupaged Plates Part II


I received several emails and comments asking how to wash the plates (see last post) after using them. Even though Mod Podge is water-resistant, I would definitely NOT submerse them in water. I use a soapy well-wrung sponge to wipe out the plate, then gently rinse and dry.
I took this picture rather fast this morning and realized I needed to go back and add more pecans---oh, well! That's done now. Here's the super-simple cheeseball recipe. (Can you tell I'm all about the super-simple?!?)
Mix well: 2 large (8 oz.) softened cream cheese and a cup or so of shredded cheddar. Then add about 2 t. Worcestershire sauce, 1/2 cup of finely chopped green onion, and garlic salt or powder to taste. Chill, then form into a ball. Coat with chopped pecans. Refrigerate till ready to use. Serve with crackers.
Hope everyone has a fun, restful and safe Memorial Day weekend!

5 comments:

Knot Garden said...

Sounds yummy, I must try that! Thanks for posting the recipe:)

Libby said...

Mmmmm - sounds yummy. I have been making yogurt cheese recently - I might have to give it a try with a substitute *s*

Dawn said...

Happy Memorial Day. When I went to the party store this weekend getting ready for Jenna's party I checked out all kinds of plates and bowls I could do this with!

Susan said...

Super simple sounds good to me! I love the plates, thanks for showing how you make them. It does make a great gift!

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Hey, there! Super-simple is my middle name. I love this cheese ball recipe!