A lot of my clothing choices this summer makes it look like I’ve jumped on the Day of the Dead/Dia de Los Muertos trend. I haven’t; not deliberately anyway. A few weeks ago my favorite skirt tore out, and in a fairly large way-the hole is probably half as long as my forearm. I dug through my fabric stash yesterday and found some smooth cotton with that particular print, it was the first piece I found that wasn’t flannel, and there’s not enough hof it to actually do anything with. I had a habit of buying half yards of material with high color prints back when I was doing a lot of handsewing.
The only comment I’ve been getting is that the patch is upside down. Yep. I know. I don’t care if it means I have a functional skirt again. I’m sorry for the slightly weird photo; my camera didn’t like the high contrast in my relatively dark kitchen.
My love of heat is legendary.
The words I hear most often about it are terrifying, freakish, and hellish.
I love this recipe (I got it originally from The Art of Doing Stuff), and it’s so simple. I use habaneros, but use whatever you have-or what your tolerance is. I use this in stir fries, as a dipping sauce, and mixed into slightly sour bbq sauce.
I THINK in theory you could freeze this. I haven’t tried. I know that there’s a version on Serious Eats for canning, but I’ve not done that version.
Sweet Chili Sauce
From The Art of Doing Stuff
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
3/4 cup water
1 cup sugar
2 hot peppers
2 cloves garlic
Add everything to a blender, and blend until smooth. Put into a saucepan and bring to a boil. Simmer for 10 minutes. The sauce will stay in the fridge for a couple weeks to a month.
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