I think you can adapt them, but I'm not sure how!
As for vacation, it went great. I bought a ton of stuff. lol hahaha
A new pie plate for one. I can't wait to start using it for Jo's deep dish pies! It's hand made and beautiful!
I also got a loom to make my own rag rugs! lol haha
I also bought a few more rag rug "baskets". (why I bought the loom, so maybe I can learn to make my own).
One thing I wanted to say is I love these rag rug baskets from Silver Dollar City, if you are interested in them, I bet you could call Silver Dollar City tell them to connect you to the basket shop, tell the basket shop what you want and they would probably mail you some.
Why I am advertising these is because like I told them at the basket shop this year. I found them to be great for Jo's recipes. Especially during summer! They come in 8x8/9x9 in square/round (the same one will do 8x8 and 9x9 and square or round! It will conform to all 4 kinds!) and 9x13 inch. These are great for cold things especially but also for hot. They are like old rag rugs but are casserole dish holders! They even have handles on them.
For summer I use them for all of Jo's pies, or jello/pudding salads, etc. And deviled eggs, or anything that needs to stay cold at those summer picnics! What I do is put a frozen ice pack in the bottom of the basket, and then the food in it's pan/plate right on top! I usually change the ice packs at least once during the day at the picnic (keeping the extra ice packs in the cooler, and they stay pretty solidy frozen in there).
In the winter they will also keep hot foods warm/hot!
I will post pics of them ASAP. But, I just love using them. Another thing I like about them, is they are so unique even my husband can tell which dishes are ours at a glance!
I've been going through all the recipes you've been posting and commenting on the ones I've tried.
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