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Mar. 30, 2012 10:07 am 
Updated: Mar. 31, 2012 8:40 am
Folding napkins can be fin!  This is not on our reading list, but I thought you might be inspired to set a table with some pretty napkins!A swan gliding on a plate for aninvitation to a scrumptious meal! Folding paper napkins can give a nice look that can't always beachieved with a cloth… MORE
 
 
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Mar. 23, 2012 6:16 pm 
Updated: Mar. 26, 2012 8:40 am
These books describe obtaining locally grown food.  What could be closer than the place you live? To make sprouts, start by putting  1 T of small seeds, such as the zesty sprouting mix in a quart jar.  Add water to cover the seeds.  I put in about an inch of water.  Let that sit for 4-8 hours,… MORE
 
 
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Mar. 9, 2012 10:11 pm 
Updated: Mar. 16, 2012 8:21 am
Heat did not have any recipes, but the book was about a man learning to cook.In his section of learning to make pasta, I saw several things I thought were interesting. One description talked about ravioli filled with beets and spinach. I decided to make a beet and beet greens filling. These… MORE
 
 
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Mar. 6, 2012 6:28 pm 
Updated: Mar. 7, 2012 3:31 pm
In some way, these books deal with food.  Some include recipes, others inspire you to create recipes with the food you read about.  One book suggests what food/beverages to have on hand in the event of severe weather.  A blog will be available for your comments on the Saturday of our… MORE
 
 
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Married and mother
My favorite things to cook
New England style food--vegetarian baked beans and brown bread. For Christmas, we need Kringla, and rosemary fudge. Valentine's Day isn't the same without cinnamon hearts, clove hearts, and peppermint hearts (these are all cream cheese mints). For Thanksgiving we use my great grandmother's plum pudding recipe to make figgy pudding.
My favorite family cooking traditions
Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, for each batch of cookies that are baked, 1/2 dozen go into the freezer. On Christmas, we assemble all the 1/2 dozens on a platter. It's a wonderful variety! The kids want 2 dozen of each kind of candy saved!
My cooking triumphs
New recipes! We've (the family) all won at state fairs. We love to come up with new ideas, then experiment!
My cooking tragedies
When I was called to the hospital because of a family emergency, I forgot to turn off the stove while cooking chicken. I returned home to a house that smelled awful! That was just a little while before overnight guests arrived! Another time, when I was canning sweet pickles, I had 7 quarts of hot sticky pickles in glass jars come crashing to the floor. Talk about a mess!
 
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