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When the world gives you duck eggs, make cookies, of course!


What a day for surprises! My first surprise. I had a record number of visitors to my blog on this day, all because of one post! Thanks for liking it. Update: 259 lattes to go in 44 days. My second … Continue reading

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“Pink Month” Slaw


Blue is for boys and pink is for girls, usually. But Sunday football has revealed an oxymoron of pink flashes donning professional athletes. Why? October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In 1943, Susan Goodman was born followed three years later by her sister, … Continue reading

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One-eyed Jack comes to the party


This is a great, refreshing tailgate party dish that serves up well with blue corn chips and can be made days ahead. Created as an appetizer at The Baron York Tea Room Cafe, this has remained a staple for entertaining. … Continue reading

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“Not a Soup” Squash Spice Bread


After posting for 15 days on 40 Days of Soup, I wanted to post a recipe other than soup and ironically it is baked in empty soup cans or larger tomato cans. Helping a friend with her Christmas brunch, I created this … Continue reading

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One-Eyed Jack Appetizer


This is a great, refreshing tailgate party dish that serves up well with blue corn chips and can be made days ahead. Combine the following in a container with a lid to store in the refrigerator for at least 12 … Continue reading

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