My patio set is showing some wear. Not the table, it's glass topped and is holding up nicely, but the plastic on the seats is disintegrating.
So a couple of months ago I picked up some nice heavy outside fabric from Jo-Ann's. I was going to just recover the seat, but I like the curvy metal work on the front of the seat so instead, I just made a Velcro-on cover. I lined it and wrapped the cover all the way around the seat and it Velcros on the underside.
It's cut on a slant since the chair seat is tapered. It worked out better than I hoped. I'll take them off and bring them inside after use. I have quite a bit of fabric left-I'm going to see if there's enough to cover the pew cushions. I can cheat and use something else on the underside.
The other day, I found a recipe on Pinterest that I wanted to check out. I like to explore the blogs that have the pinned item, and while doing that I found a recipe for cauliflower pizza crust. I can't believe how well it turned out. I haven't had pizza in years and this recipe just gave me back a beloved food!
The recipe called for almond flour, but being allergic, I substituted equal amounts of tapioca flour, potato starch and coconut flour. It wouldn't roll into a ball, so I patted it into the pan, using lots of potato starch. Be sure you use parchment. I've been a tightwad for so many years, but this year I broke down and bought some. Why did I do without it for so long?!!
Looks very nice and you can pick it up in your hands and eat it just like wheat crust.
I have lots of leftovers, yummy!!