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Category Archives: Recipes
Preparing for Thanksgiving
You realize it is less than two weeks away, right? Where has this year gone??? Thankfully, we will be guests this year. Daughter Krystal, and her husband D, that have the *huge* garden and the 24 turkeys running around their … Continue reading
Posted in Cooking, Eating, Gluten Free, Health, Linkys, Quilting, Recipes Tagged broth, chicken stock, cooking, FMQ, food, free motion quilting, homemade stock, How to make, quilting, recipe, sewing, star, Starry, Starry Night, Thanksgiving, turkey stock 8 Comments
Get ’em While You Can Can ~ Vanilla Peach Jam
These may not be the peaches, from Campbell, Missouri, that I grew up eating, and later canning, but Michigan grows their own mighty fine peaches, too. You know the kind you have to eat over the kitchen sink because the … Continue reading
Posted in Canning, Cooking, Dairy free, Eating, Family, Gluten Free, Recipes, Traditions Tagged cobbler, cooking, fried pie, grandma, jam, lazy man's peach cobbler, preserving, recipes, ripe peaches, vanilla peach jam 3 Comments
Can You Hear Me Now???
Seems like every week is busier than the last but with several hours, here and there, my Honeycomb quilt is quilted!!! And the binding is on! Hoping it will be hand stitched down during my next movie watching session. I … Continue reading
Posted in Can I get a Whoop Whoop, Canning, Cooking, Dairy free, fabric, Gluten Free, Linkys, machine quilting, Quilting, Recipes, Sewing, Show it off Friday Tagged headphones, Honeycomb quilt, jam, music, quilting, sewing 14 Comments
sounds so much better than Meatless Monday, don’t you think? We popped up to the cottage, for a couple of days, and on the way picked up some Michigan sweet corn for a deliciously, easy dinner. We were delighted when we … Continue reading
Posted in Cooking, Cottage, Dairy free, Gardening, Gluten Free, Health, Landscape Tagged cooking, meatless monday, michigan corn, summer supper, tomatoes, vegetarian 2 Comments
Watching the recent Olympics games brought back so many wonderful memories of our trip to London and one memory that we won’t soon forget has to do with food. Surprise, surprise! Going into it, we didn’t realize that London’s Indian … Continue reading
Posted in Cooking, Eating, Gluten Free, Recipes, Recreating foodie memories, Travel Tagged butter chicken, cooking, gluten free butter chicken, gluten'free, indian dishes, indian food, london, murgh makhani, recipe, travel 1 Comment
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While both our girls were here canning with me, on this day, it is strange that there are no pictures of them… I’m guessing they had their PJs on already! I am so glad I passed…
Posted in Canning, Cooking, Cottage, Dairy free, Eating, Gluten Free, Health, Nature, Recipes Tagged canning, cooking, maraschino cherries, nature, photgraphy, preserving Leave a comment
A Baker’s dozen from Julia Child
“The only real stumbling block is fear of failure. In cooking you’ve got to have a what-the-hell attitude.” “The best way to execute French cooking is to get good and loaded and whack the hell out of a chicken. Bon … Continue reading
Posted in Birthday, Celebrate, Cocktails, Cooking, Quotes, Recipes, video Tagged baker's dozen, birthday, celebrate, cocktail, collins, cooking, cucumber, gin, inspiration, Julia Child quotes, youtube 6 Comments
Oh Happy Day!
I’ve always said going gluten-free wasn’t that hard, for me. I’ve never been a huge bread lover, like some people. Okay, maybe a nice crusty loaf at a good restaurant, a pizza crust in Chicago, fresh pasta in Italy…. I … Continue reading
Another example of how to choke down your vitamins.
Blueberries anyone? As one of the few fruits native to North America, blueberries have been found to be a superfood, so good for you that you should go out of your way to eat them. They neutralize free radicals, protect … Continue reading
Pretty, pretty please with a cherry on top?!!
While both our girls were here canning with me, on this day, it is strange that there are no pictures of them… I’m guessing they had their PJs on already! I am so glad I passed on the knowledge of … Continue reading
Posted in Canning, Cooking, Cottage, Dairy free, Eating, Gluten Free, Health, Nature, Recipes Tagged canning cherries, cherries, Homemade cherry limeade, How to make, maraschino cherries 6 Comments