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I have a friend with a lovely granddaughter, Amara…see their blog Amaraland HERE.  Last year I contributed a recipe to Amara’s recipe book and here is one that I thought that she might like for this year.  Amara loves to cook and bake with her grandmother and one of the reasons that she might like this […]

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Cabbage rolls in half the time

I am a cabbage fan. It is cheap, it works with a variety of recipes, and one of those recipes that I enjoy very much is cabbage rolls. Here are two quick alternatives to the traditional more time-consuming rolls. One summer I came up with a skillet version, because I did not want to use the […]

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Fruit Cobbler

This fruit cobbler is delicious, easy to make, and easy to eat :)     ½ stick butter: melted in a 8 x 8 pan 2-3 cups fruit of your choice, sliced and sprinkled with 1 Tablespoon sugar ¾ cup flour ¾ cup sugar 1 teaspoon baking powder ¼ teaspoon salt ¾ cup milk 1 […]

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It is hard to get a good hot dog around here without having to travel a bit. Hamburger joints and franchises are a dime a dozen, but not so with hot dogs. Nowadays if I want to visit the diner that used to have a location at a local mall (that is now closed ) […]

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    Recently I worked on making various jams for a few days…I did a post ( HERE ) about the Strawberry Jam. It required commercial pectin which is quite expensive.  The following batches do not, so they are more cost effective. I loved making these 3 jams! The taste of homemade jam is extraordinary.  […]

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I have been out to Simmons Farm several times this summer. The entrance to their market is so pretty and inviting, and there is a greenhouse full of flowers should you wish to purchase any. As a child, I picked strawberries here as my first job. If you have the time, more about Simmons Farm […]

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