Sunday, April 25, 2010

Make- it Mondays: RNEST Garbage Plate

Happy Monday everybody. Today marks blog post #100. How amazing for burgeoning team and blog just over a year old. The blog, along with the team meetings, really started to expand this past September and we've gone from a handful of followers (mostly ourselves ) to 176! Awesome sauce.

Garbage Plate 3.0

Anyhow, I want to update you on the status of our garbage plate project. Not from Rochester? Find out what the heck that is here. So far we have a plate (the quilted house), a veggie burger (duncan creative) and some nasty meat sauce with onions (buenahelena). We are looking for RNEST members to volunteer to continue filling up the plate.

Possibilities include:
  1. Sliced french bread
  2. A red hot or a white hot
  3. Macaroni salad
  4. A pickle
  5. Home fries
  6. And baked beans
These can be made from any area of craft expertise, it just so happens that the first few contributors were fiber-licious. Leave a comment if you want to jump on this project. We will eventually turn it into a fun promotional giveaway.

6 comments:

  1. what an awesome looking plate! that burger and sauce looks great, but in my mind it's a veggie burger with veg. chili - A Vegan Compost Plate! LOL! (I think that was your turn of phrase, Carol!) Great job team & happy 100th post!

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  2. Awesome! I'll make a pickle! : )

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  3. Go for it Sarah! The plate is about 13" across.

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  4. WOW looks great!!! I won't be at the next couple meetings so skip over me for additions, but I have a rad idea for the Mac Salad if I could call dibs on this one!

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