To-Do Tuesday #237 Weekly Update

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  1. Pat says:

    What a unique cookie recipe! I am sharing this one with my craft beer loving friends. Thanks for posting … 🙂 Pat

  2. Linda says:

    I can’t wait to see Colt’s quilt take place! How old is he? I’m thinking that instead of reducing the stout, maybe you should have drunk it instead – lol! Well they look just delicious, and I wish I was there to taste test. Well I’ll “see” you tomorrow in our day for the cookie exchange!
    Thank you for linking to To Do Tuesday. 🙂

  3. I’m sorry the cookies didn’t turn out to be as tasty as their unique ingredient made them sound, Roseanne. They look pretty, though! Meanwhile your embroidered mug rugs are sweet, and exciting to know you’re starting a new project, too. It will be fun to see Colt’s quilt!

  4. Chrisknits says:

    At least you stepped out and tried something different. I just usually do Choco Chips and Sugar Cookies, but ice the Sugar ones with CRACK icing!!! OK, it’s just cream cheese icing, but we call it Crack. Love the idea for Colt’s new quilt!!

  5. Hi Roseanne. Love the inspiration for Colt’s new quilt. It does sound as if the cookies are a lot of work and would be perfect for the chocoholics in our lives. 😉

  6. Kathleen McCormick says:

    Oh, Colt is up for a new quilt – how can that be possible? Interesting about the cookies, but always fun to try new things. And, it is nice to know when something doesn’t work and you don’t have to repeat it. Good luck with your post later this week and getting done what you need to!

  7. Rochelle Summers says:

    Well. A lot of work for not much in the way of results. I’m sorry. But I hope you had some fun. As for Colt’s quilt, it looks like you will have fun whatever you decide to do. The only problem I had with the fusible interfacing method was that I couldn’t press the edges of the appliques before pressing them to the background!
    Perhaps you’ll have some wonderful hints for us if you use that method. Have a great week. See you Thursday.

  8. Wendy Tuma says:

    I wonder if you could make the cookies and use espresso powder and water in place of the stout – that might give more of a coffee punch. That is a lot of hassle for just two tablespoons of stout for the recipe! See you Thursday!

  9. Wow – a lot of work and unable to taste that stout in it. Hmmm. You know, we don’t know until we try, right?! I like chocolatey goodness! Enjoy your week whatever you decide to – or not to – do!! You had a busy week last week with getting Baby Girl’s quilt finished up! See you Thursday!

  10. I appreciate the review on the coffee stout cookies, Roseanne! There are plenty of other cookies to try. And I am so willing. 🙂

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