the tray with the fudge but we now love her. The fudge was terrific!)
Y'all have a great one!!!
I'll be adding these items one at a time to my Etsy shop starting tomorrow. I find adding one item per day keeps my views flowing better than adding all at once.
After a hard day at the brushes, we went for a fun evening - BBQ and some great live oldies rock music. It was an absolute beautiful day and evening here (60ish and sunny at 6 p.m.) and one of the best BBQ restaurants in the Baltimore area was holding an outdoor party on their parking lot.
If you're ever in the northern Baltimore County area and looking for some true slow cooked and smoked food, stop in at Andy Nelson's. Andy was a Baltimore Colt back in their glory days but he grew up in a Que-ing family and definitely knows how to smoke a great brisket (and ribs, and chicken, and fish, and more!) Another member of the Nelson family, Linda, makes all the homemade, Southern style desserts and sings the blues and some old-style rock with the best of them. She and The Jody West Band (a popular band in these parts) played while we enjoyed some brisket sandwiches. They certainly drew a crowd for a Thursday night! A good time was had by all!
Well, it's back to the drawing board (literally) in the morning.
Don't forget to check out Part V of the Craft Show Marketing Series here tomorrow. See y'all then.