Three years ago at fall I was in USA and visited my good friend Debbie who lives by St. Louis. After that I always feel some "American nostalgic" at this time. And when my dear husband today saw a picture of a Funnelcake at the internet and asked me if I knew what it was, I was at once back in US! Funnelcake is sold at all kind of fairs and festivals, and as I learned to eat it, it was a "charing cake". You bought one cake and shared it by breaking pieces to eat. They are made by pouring batter through a funnel into hot oil in a circular pattern and deep frying it until golden-brown. They are often served with powdered sugar. My dear husband was not with me at that trip so I thought now it was time for him to try Funnelcake too. I found many reciepes. Here is the one I tried. I made about half of the reciepe, and fried them smaller than those we bought. Yummy!!! Here you can see how they are made
Og her er det tredje paret med tovede firkanttøfler ferdig, blå og grå denne gangen. Jeg har garn til et par til, men er litt lei nå, så får se når jeg kommer igang. De skal gis til salg på Misjonsmessa som Norsk Misjonsselskap arrangerer i november.
And here is the third pair of felted square slippers, blue and grey this time. I have yarn for one more pair, but is a bit tired of them now, so I don't know when I will start. I will give them for sale at the Mission Fair that is kept by Norwegian Missionary Society in November.