Category Archives: Recipes

Your Life & Mine: Pumpkin Pie!

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!! I can’t say that pumpkin is my favorite kind of pie, but it’s up there in the top 5 — maybe after cherry, blueberry, raspberry, and apple. Of course, for Thanksgiving and Christmas I absolutely adore it. Years … Continue reading

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Wild Word Friday! My Great Grandma Clare made the best BISCUITs I’ve ever tasted.  They were the melt-in-your-mouth kind of BISCUITs, and, because I never did get her recipe, I have spent my adult life trying to duplicate her masterpiece, … Continue reading

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April ’12 – FREE BOOK!

My husband and I just returned from a very fun vacation. On our way back home, we stopped off at a Barnes & Noble bookstore where I had a ball picking out new books for our monthly FREE BOOK! giveaways. … Continue reading

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Wild Word Friday! As I’ve mentioned in a few other posts, our summers are hectic. Maybe I should say crazy. It’s not unusual for us to extend our table to seat more than twenty for multiple meals. It’s a great … Continue reading

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Chicken Soup (Really)

Sometimes plans go awry.  I fully intended to post yesterday, but my dad has the stomach flu, so I spent part of my day at their house, trying to keep everything under control. I’ll go back today and prepare some … Continue reading

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Help! Recipes…

We’re so excited that our exchange student daughter from Germany is coming to visit us this Christmas!  (Our first Christmas with her in three years.)  She is now a vegetarian, and I am the chief cook and bottle washer for … Continue reading

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Wild Word Friday! PUMPKIN!  As in pie!  This is a great little word – all right, middle sized word – that comes to us via the Latin word, pepo, and then through Middle French popon or pompon to English.  It … Continue reading

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