You may have noticed an abundance of Graphic Tees on my blog lately. Well, I’m about to make it up to you with a fantastic giveaway! Here’s the scoop; recently I was asked by an up-and-coming Tee shop called Neatoshop to join and post some of my tee designs. I figured, the more the merrier! It’s great to support other companies, and the more places my work can appear, the more chances I have to make a little bit of dough to support all this drawing I do.
You can click on the following image to check out my store:
You’ve probably seen me posting some of these designs on my blog, Instagram and Facebook page. Some of them, I haven’t even really posted yet! Exclusive!
Now, these Neatoshop fellows were kind enough to offer me 3 Tees to give away to my super cool fans. That means you guys!! Aren’t they nice?
There’s two ways to enter this time:
- Through the rafflecopter widget on my blog, and;
- On the pinned post on my Facebook Fanpage where you can comment and tag a friend for an opportunity for each of you to win a shirt.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Contests both close on May 28th at 11:59 PM. Good luck, friends!
Am I on a roll, or what? I know it’s not what you’re used to from me, but I like to shake things up and have some fun sometimes. What could be more fun than an Alpaca with bow ties? Come on! By the way, this is available on shirts. Also all my shirts on TeePublic are on sale for $14 again. Booyah!
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Cheese and mushrooms are a match made in heaven, as far as I’m concerned. If you don’t like cheese or mushrooms, then heaven help you! (I rescind the previous comment if you’re intolerant to dairy.) Tangy goat cheese pairs wonderfully with meaty king mushrooms, and is kicked up to level 100 with garlic and fresh dill. Damn easy and delicious.
Stuffed King Mushrooms
Serves 4 as a side
- 4 Big King Mushrooms
- 3/4 Cup Soft Goat Cheese
- 1 Organic Egg, beaten
- 1 Tbsp fresh Dill, chopped
- 4 cloves of garlic, pressed in a garlic press, or finely minced
- 1 tsp Butter, plus extra to grease the pan
Preheat oven to 350. Grease the bottom of a small baking dish with butter.
Slice the mushrooms down the center, almost but not quite cutting them in half. Lay them in the baking dish, slice side up.
Make sure the goat cheese is very soft, and mix together with the egg, butter, pressed garlic and chopped dill. Spoon this mixture into the sliced mushrooms, and cover them thoroughly with any extra.
Pop into the oven and cook for about 45 minutes, until the mushrooms are soft. Serve warm. Enjoy!