Thanks to the wonders of the Internet I found a copy cat recipe! This is the first time I have tried this recipe so I can not yet vouch for it's authenticity, but I did sample some after it was heated and it was pretty tasty.It needs to sit awhile and work on it's flavor before I will know for sure.If you need something to do with those end of season green tomatoes here is the recipe.
a.. 2 gallons (or) 16 cups green tomatoes, cut in piecesI also made some soap.I don't have nice molds being as I don't sell my soap,I just make it for us.
b.. 1 qt. (or) 4 cups Onions, peeled and chopped
c.. 2 cups jalapeno peppers, seeded and chopped
d.. 1/2 gallon (or) 4 cups white vinegar
e.. 6 cups sugar
f.. 1 cup salt
Mix all together. Bring to a boil in a large pot.
Fill canning jars, seal. Put into a water bath.
Do not overcook.
This is some chamomile soap I love! If you like chamomile tea you will love this soap! The recipe is here.
It has tiny bits of chamomile flower in it.
I poured this soap into a Pringel's chip tube for a mold.Then I peeled off the tube and sliced,rather crookedly,with a Pampered Chef crinkle cut veggie slicer.
This is a coconut milk soap with a manly fragrance for The Boy.I just poured it into a trash bag lined baking dish.I haven't sliced it yet.He asked for some scrubbies in it.I have some blueberry seeds for that purpose but couldn't find them so I threw in a little coffee.
I thought I would throw in a few turkey pictures.
The Tom's heads are really amazing!
Two of them are starting to get that dangling chest feather thing that I am sure has a name but I don't know it! Someone out there can let me know please.
Sweetie and Bonnie are still improving and anxious to be back out in the pasture.Clyde rarely leave the barn area,he wants to stay close to his girls! It never ceases to amaze me how much animals can love each other.