Sunday, November 13, 2011

Craft Fair and Fried Pies!


We had a fun time at the Bethesda Craft Fair in Oklahoma City. Pati Jane and Sandra caught in action in the booth.






I have to say that the ladies that hosted the craft fair was probably the most hospitable group that I have ever met. The ease of set up and of course the grand offering of homemade food. Beginning with a bowl of stew and cornbread on the night of set up.



On Friday and Saturday they served Indian tacos or you could choose hamburgers or nachos. The tacos were delicious and filling! Homemade pies were also very tempting. I did enjoy a warm apricot fried pie...and I have to say it was the most wonderful fried pie I have ever had!

Oh don't let me forget the ladies that hosted the event came around to each booth and passed out fresh from the oven homemade rolls with butter :)

Pati and I did pretty good at the show but most of all we had a great time visiting! We decided to start a new blog together and offer some of our primitive handmades. We are calling it Prairie Moon Primitives and I hope you will check often to see what we have to offer.

Well it's time to climb back on the exercise wagon (those fried pies will do that to you) and get back to being healthy! I do enjoy desserts but they do seem to stick around if you know what I mean :(

Tomorrow I'm going to get some things together and have a giveaway so be sure to check back for a chance to win!

Happy Trails....Ginger

7 comments:

moosecraft said...

Great looking goodies in that booth! The fried pie looks so decadent... the glaze... oh my! lol! Congrats on the selling blog! I'll be sure and check it out!

primitivebettys said...

Your booth looks great! I'm sure you had a great time. :-)

WoolenSails said...

What a wonderful fair and wonderful hosts, sounds like so much fun and friends. Congratulations on the new site, I hope it does well.

Debbie

Joanne said...

Your booth looks wonderful - and the food sounds like fun and tasty too! So happy you did well!

katie said...

OMG my x's grandmother used to make apricot fried pies. That look just like one of hers.
Sounds like you all had a great time, hope you did well with sales.

patijane's primitives said...

We did have a great time visiting. I know I ate way too much food also. Back to the exercise 'cause Thanksgiving is just around the corner.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

That looks like such fun and a great show! I love fried pies...I make a good apple fried pie! ♥