Monthly Archives: July 2011

Uh Oh Pie, or Danger Pie, or Banoffee Pie.

I am not a huge fan of desserts like some people in my family.  I can take or leave ice cream, usually leaving it.  I like brownies and bars; I like cookies most of the time.  A cake has to … Continue reading

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Take Me Out To The Ball Game…

…buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jacks… However, I don’t think you can “buy” this, a lesson from a baseball game… I don’t know about you, but I am often moved to tears by the feature on the ABC Friday … Continue reading

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From Garden to Table

As some of you may know, we accidentally bought collard greens instead of broccoli when we bought our plants for the garden.  Since then, I have been racking my brains to come up with a recipie for green besides your … Continue reading

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Cooking. Again.

I have been doing a lot of cooking lately.  More than I usually do as we’re getting ready to leave on our annual Wyoming vacation.  I prefer to pre-cook most of our meals so that while there I don’t have … Continue reading

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Stories I Only Tell My Friends

Oh, so you think you’re going to get to read some dirt, hey? Some big confessions?  “Really, she’s going to spill it all on her blog?” Sorry, friends, I hate to disappoint you. The title is referencing the book I … Continue reading

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The Garden – An Update

So, it’s midway through the summer, so I thought I would give you an update on our garden. It’s looking pretty good!  (Although I have very little to do with it, as Tyler does much of the work.) Ever since … Continue reading

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Flotsam and jetsam

I am juggling a few things now…vacations coming up, reunions too, and two other blogs to post on.  Whine.  So today will be a cleaning up of brain flotsam.  What?  You haven’t heard of this disease?  I have it all … Continue reading

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