Archive for March, 2013

Turning the Corner (March 2013)

Posted in Turning the Corner on March 7, 2013 by ewcc

Just a note to say Jim and I are staying warm and turning everything we get our hand on round. Making bowl after bowl. The park where I am (Dave), has a very good wood shop also but elbow to elbow just about when open. I towed a 5 X 8′ trailer down here and once house/clothes stuff unloaded turned into my “Micro Mini wood shop” so I ended up buying a small air compressor then later a mini shop vac also. I already had my own scroll saw and now soon will have a mini lathe by way of UPS. SO we are both happy to be in lots of sun and most days well over 70.

Keep those tools sharp N we will see everybody before we know it!

Dave J


Our Recipe Corner (March 2013)

Posted in Our Recipe Corner on March 7, 2013 by ewcc

Hawaiian Ham & Cheese
From the Kitchen of Carolyn Price


2 pkg Hawaiian Rolls


1 lb Shaved Ham


8 oz Shredded Swiss Cheese


¾ cup Butter


1 ½ T Poppy Seeds


1 ½ tsp Worcestershire Sauce


2 T Dried Onion


1 ½ tsp Dijon Mustard




Spray a 9X13 pan, cut the rolls and place bottom in pan. Add a layer of ham and a layer of cheese.


Combine butter and all ingredients, pour ½ of mixture over ham & cheese, add top of the roll and add the remainder of mixture.


Cover with foil and cook at 350 degrees for 20 minutes, remove foil and cook uncovered for 10 minutes



Carver’s Corner (March 2013)

Posted in Carver's Corner on March 7, 2013 by ewcc

Carver’s Corner
(or Gary’s Gossip Corner)

February was not the best month we could have hoped for. We did survive it in a manner. Waiting on some warm weather to get us rolling again.


The Basket Class and Kolrosing class on January 26 was well attended. There were nine weavers and twelve learning Kolrosing. The food was, as usual, just great.


Dues are $10.00 + $1.00 per each family member and are payable in December. If you need to know if you are up to date just ask at the club or e-mail me.


]We need donations for our July Auction.


Your ol’ carvin’ buddy, Gary