Mary Janet MacDonald is in the house, Thursday Live: Episode 143

Mary Janet MacDonald is in the house, Thursday Live: Episode 143
  • Angela Jorgensen
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  • Leiana

    I also LOVED this episode! Especially enjoyed the spontaneous humour! Excellent! And someone suggested an
    interview with Joe to se what he is working on? Ditto that! Also thank to you all for doing this every week. I SO
    look forward to these episodes and watch them over and over. Deanne you are amazing and your team is really
    good at backing you. Thanks again!

  • Terry Turner Mitchell
    Terry Turner Mitchell

    I just tuned into the recorded live and WOW, what fun! The laughs were wonderful,
    What a lively “kitchen” party!

  • Anne

    What an enjoyable visit I had once again with you today ~ as always ❤️
    It was so nice meeting Mary Janet. I had not heard of her or her cookbooks but will certainly be looking into them now.
    I laughed so hard right along with you when you were enjoying such a good hardy laugh ~ loved it!
    Thank you for brightening up my day as you always do each Thurs with your “visit” & each Sun with your letter.
    Thank you for being you ~ all of you & your staff ~ & for sharing you with us! 🌷

  • Susan Tharp
    Susan Tharp

    It was really fun to watch a brand new rug hooker being thought this art.
    I have some leftover wool locks that I’ve been using in needle felting. I’d like to try rug hooking with them.
    That chili looks delicious Mary Janet!
    Thanks for the video. Great job and good laughs. You two together reminded me of our quilt club. Potlucks and great cooking seemed to bring everyone together!

  • Angela Jorgensen
    Angela Jorgensen

    Mary Janet MacDonald’s Sweet and Easy Chili

    1 pound ground beef
    1 ~ 28 ounce can herbed tomatoes
    1 large can tomato sauce
    1 small can crushed pineapple
    1 can brown beans in tomato sauce
    1 can kidney beans
    1 can black beans
    1 can kernel corn
    5 tablespoons chili powder

    Brown ground beef and place in Dutch oven. Add all the rest of the ingredients. Bring to a bubble and simmer for 15 minutes. Quick and easy and delicious. Serve with corn bread or biscuits.

    *Mary Janet did drain the liquid from the cans of beans before adding them to the pot.

  • Deb MacIntosh
    Deb MacIntosh

    Loved this episode.Congrats on your cookbooks.

  • Wendy

    I LOVED this episode! Thank you! I’d also love to see an interview with Joe. I miss his smiling face, and would love to see what he has been hooking!

  • Linda Chamberlain
    Linda Chamberlain

    First time here and I LOVED IT! As Deanne said, you don’t know how you will touch people. Mary Janet McDonald’s choice of pattern, “Two of Us” reminded me of a dear friend, many miles away, who is remodeling her art space. I am going to order this kit and do it for her as a way to honor our friendship over the many years. Meanwhile, as the camera showed Deanne’s amazing studio, I saw another pattern of two moose that I want to order as it will fit our homestead perfectly. I am just a beginner, but having done one of Deanne’s kits as my first project, I know I can learn. Just like Mary Janet, one finds their natural rhythm with rug hooking. Thank you both for starting my day with inspiration, laughter, and possibilities!

    Linda, Howling Husky Homestead, Homer, Alaska

    Mary Janet’s chili cooking feels like rug hooking—full of heart and creativity as she added ingredients I would never think of. So I’m ordering her cookbook, “Tunes and Wooden Spoons” and can’t wait to try those cinnamon rolls!

  • Pat MacDonald
    Pat MacDonald

    Have her cook book. Best cinnamon rolls ever.

  • Lee Stanton Sawyer
    Lee Stanton Sawyer

    Giggles are necessary!!

  • Anne Bird
    Anne Bird

    Good morning from Kentucky!

  • Danielle Marois
    Danielle Marois

    Hello from Venise en Quebec ☀️☀️

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