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Friday, December 11, 2009


These are Momos from Tibet. They have a mixture of feta cheese and green onions inside and are deep fried. I'm sure they should have yak cheese to be really authentic but they didn't have any at my local grocery store. What's not to like about deep fried and cheese? The recipe is from Beyond the Great Wall by Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid, two of my favorite cookbook authors.

Here is the first arrangement of Kitty Corner. I think I might make in narrower and longer. I'm not sure about the arrangement of the words either. I may put Winter At on the top and Kitty Corner at the bottom. The black border is also much too wide but I wanted to see how that fabric, which is left-over backing from the 16 patch, would look.


Brenda said...

its looking good. I like the border fabric. From here, the "t" in winter seems a bit weak and it is a bit hard to read. otherwise, its great.

Myra said...

Those Momos look scrumptious!!! yum!

Kitty corner coming along nicely. 8-)

Darcie said...

Mmmm...Momos. Those sound wonderful!

I like the Kitty Korner's setting. So about how big is it, without the black? Because you know me...I'm thinking *big.* ;-)

pwl said...

Hmmmm. Those Momos remind me a lot of perogies - and sound scrumptious! I can't wait to see how Kitty Corker turns out. :)