Lady and the Tramp

ladyjMV5BMjAwNzA3NTk0NV5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwMzkyNDEzMQ@@._V1._SY317_CR8,0,214,317_Lady and the Tramp is a sentimental choice of mine because it was my mum’s favourite movie and she and my dad remind our family of the two of them. My mum was definitely a lady and the characters even look like the two of them together. So I wanted this movie night to be in her honour.

IMG_8477_smFor the craft we made a special ornament. I used a small lady and the tramp ornament (the Disney store had them on sale) but you could use any figurine. The dollar store and Michael’s craft stores have clear plastic ornaments that you can fill but I needed a larger one so I got it at Loomis. We filled 1/4 of the ornament with fake snow which you can find at the dollar store), then added the ornament. After sealing it, we hot glued a ribbon around the ornament’s join to make it look more like a whole piece of glass.

IMG_8338_smWe had the obvious spaghetti and meatballs for dinner. We just did plain pasta with a bit of sauce stirred in for taste. Then a very simple and easy meatball.

900 g ground beef
375 mL fresh bread crumbs
65 mL chopped onion
125 mL milk
7 mL salt
2 eggs

1. Preheat oven to 190˚C.
2. In a large bowl, combine the ingredients. Shape into little meatballs, about 1 inch in size. Place the meatballs into a rectangular baking dish.
3. Bake at 190˚C for 60 minutes.

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