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Fall and Farmer's markets 
Sep. 20, 2010 6:51 am 
Yes, I ment to say markets. I visit a number of them in my area which is the Mid-Hudson River area of New York. More explicitely-Kingston. I find it quite interesting to see all the booths full of fresh vegetables and fruits. This weekend I was rather sad to see the sign " last of the peaches". I so love peaches. Yes, I bought some. I even ate one as I sat and watched all the people milling around. We also have a wonderful bread bakery-Bread Alone-that has wonderful breads. I am in the process of trying every kind.

I want to thank "Rosepuddn" for her blog entry about farmers market in Tulsa, OK. She gave me a good idea for a soup (Butternut Squash Soup-AR) that I am going to fix next Sunday and serve it at the coffee hour after church. Thanks for the idea.
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I love to bake, especially during the fall and winter when it is cool outside. I am always looking for scone recipes. I live in apple country so I also like apple recipes.
My favorite family cooking traditions
My son, who loves to cook, and I like to cook Thanksgiving Dinner together. My son is always trying to invent something wild and crazy. His recipes are usually pretty tasty.
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Two of my recipes seem to be in demand where ever I take them. Corn Casserole and Sour Cream Apple Pie.
My cooking tragedies
Well, this may or may not be such a tragedy. I use to use Pillsbury pie crust dough for all my pies. . I know very lazy of me. However, in the last six months I have been very disappointed in the Pillsbury pie dough. I haven't been able to unroll it and end up re-rolling it. Doesn't save me any time, so I am back to making my own pie dough, using canola oil instead of Crisco. I am glad I switched.
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