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Kerrie

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active 2 years, 9 months ago



  • Hmmm, I wonder if something went wrong? Mine wasn’t sour at all. In fact, I used it in soup and for the sauce on pizza and fed it to picky kids and they loved it. Sorry about your experience! :(

  • The recipe I used didn’t have any canning instructions. My first thought was WHY NOT? It’s totally full of tomatoes…but when I went back to see what they said, there was no instuctions…so, because I’m a super […]

  • Thanks everyone! My grandma is sweet. She even posed for these shots the day before she was going to get her hair done. :) I’m very fortunate to have made it to my old age (over 40!) and still have a grandma […]

  • ThumbnailOne of my favorite traditions for Christmas is my grandma’s brandied cookies. Every year, she fills a Christmas tin with those cookies and ships them off to me. Nothing says CHRISTMAS quite like them, as they’ve […]

  • Cream butter, add sugar and eggs. Mix well. And all other ingredients in order given, adding brandy a little at a time. Cover, let stand overnight. Drop by spoonful onto cookie sheet. Bake at 325 degrees for about […]

  • ooooh, I LOVED that stuff when I was a kid…I’m gonna try it. Thanks!

  • ThumbnailOnce the weather forecast claimed rain for the next 4,356 days (one of the downsides to living in the Pacific NW), I decided it was time to uproot my tomato plants. Unlike much of the USA this year, our summer was cold and all together too short. And my tomato plants suffered. As a matter of […]

  • Peel garlic and saute in 1/2 cup olive oil (be careful not to burn).

    Add the tomatoes and mix well. Add all other ingredients, mix well.

    Cook until reduced to a thick sauce. Salt and pepper to taste.

  • I LOVED THAT! And am gonna try this recipe. I love a good spaghetti sauce. Thanks for sharing!!

  • Oooooooooooooooooooh! I LOVE PUMPKIN. I LOVE SPICE CAKE. I LOVE EASY. Sounds perfect for me. THANKS!!

  • ThumbnailPlanning anything with my friend Linda is like an overload on the idea of having “eyes too big for our stomach”. Only it’s not about eating too much…well, sometimes it is, but I’m not getting into that right now. It’s about thinking we can fit 68 hours of activity into an afternoon–with time to spare! It […]

  • Very cool! I’m bartering a website design for some top bar hives so I hope to be in the bee business by next spring. I can hardly wait!

  • ThumbnailYou’ve probably heard the joke: What does it mean when you see a woman buying zucchini at the supermarket? She doesn’t have any friends! For those of you who plant your own zucchini, you know the truth of that statement. Sometimes it’s hard to use them up and give them away fast enough. I personally love […]

  • Shred zucchini and let drain in colander for at least 30 minutes. Pat dry. Mince onions and add them and all other ingredients (except olive oil and sour cream) to a bowl. Mix together. Preheat frying pan on medium high, add a bit of olive oil. Add scoop of zucchini mixture, pat it down with […]

  • ThumbnailTwo things that I love are rhubarb and trying new things. However, when I stumbled upon a recipe for Rhubarb Ketchup, I was a bit skeptical…but intrigued. Eventually, I couldn’t stand it. I decided I needed to try it! I didn’t want to miss out if it was truly something delicious made with rhubarb! The recipe ended […]

  • Roast rhubarb, onion and garlic in 350 degree oven for about 1 hour, stirring occasionally. Place in a food mill or sieve and puree mixture into sauce pan (or blend the whole thing up in a high powered blender or other kitchen appliance until smooth). Add remaining ingredients and cook on low heat for about […]

  • Mmmmmm, Bonita…I wanna try that! I AM A CINNAMON FREAK! I LOVE the stuff!

  • Granny Trace, DEFINATELY, breakfast! :) In Canada they’re a popular wedding food (I think this is to make up for the fact that they serve terrible fruit cake for wedding cake! ha) Melissa, the sour cream is added on top when eating, much like you put it on a baked potato…so amount depends on how […]

  • ThumbnailWhen I graduated from high school, I headed to Canada for two years of college. One of the first things I learned living in a similar, yet different country is that they loved to visit and loved to feed you. And since it was considered rude to refuse, I sampled all sorts of delicious foods while […]

  • Option for filling: First, peel and boil enough potatoes to make about 3 cups of mashed potatoes, adding about 3 tablespoons of butter to the mix. Next, cook 6 pieces of bacon in a frying pan until crisp. Drain and crumble. Pour off a bit of the bacon grease and add 1/2 cup chopped onions to […]

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