This week’s giveaway is a RIBBON ART PIECE BY SERGIO CARDOSO . Last year, Sergio showed THE BASICS readers how to make decorative art pieces by using yarn and ribbon. This week he has made another one to give to one of our lucky readers.
To enter, write in your name and email address and one person will be picked by Sergio at 6pm on Saturday, March 12th (Eastern Standard Time). Valid for United States and Canadian residents.
WINNER’S LAST WEEK • Crafter’s Dream Tool – A glue gun and sticks
Julie | Somewhere, United States
What’s fun to make, has your children as the painters and will be a great memento of your their youth? It’s a BODY PAINT PIECE OF ART. Here’s how.
This week’s giveaway is a tool every craftsmen should not be without, A HOT GLUE GUN. Plus, we are throwing in two packages of glue sticks. So, craft away, and with Easter around the corner, I’m sure there are a lot ideas flowing.
To enter, write your name and email, and if you like, one of your favorite crafts. One person will be picked at random at 6pm on Saturday, March 5th (Eastern Standard Time). Valid for United States and Canadian residents.
WINNER’S LAST WEEK • Four Volume Eataly Cookbooks
Brenda Burton | Nampa, Indiana
It’s not quite a frittata and it’s not quite a casserole, but this BAKED EGGS WITH CHICKEN SAUSAGE AND CHEDDAR is a fantastic way to start the day. And my friend Ali helped me create this new dish for THE BASICS.
5 cups french bread, 1/2″ cubes
2 cups chicken sausage or non-flavored sausage, cut up or diced
1/4 cup milk
2 cups cheddar cheese, shredded
1 medium yellow onion, diced
2 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
2. Using a small pan saute onions with oil. Leave to the side.
3. In a medium bowl, beat together eggs, milk, salt and pepper. Leave to the side.
4. In a 9″ x 12″ non-stick pan or cooking dish, place the bread on the bottom, then layer with chicken next, then onions and pour eggs over. Top with cheese.
5. Cook for 20 minutes in oven.
SERVES: 6 | TIME: 30 minutes