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  • Oh my goodness, they are adorable. I have had Nigerian Dwarf goats in the past and they were escape artists as well. I finally had to find them homes with more room to roam. When we moved to this five acre […]

  • These look and sound wonderful. I love anything that has a bit of a fruitcake vibe to it. I was all excited about making them and then I read the dreaded “Let stand overnight.” Are you kidding me? Let’s see. I […]

  • 1. In a large bowl, combine milk with yeast, sugar, and salt. Let stand 5 minutes, then add egg and beat well to combine.
    2. Add squash and shortening; mash with a fork until shortening is in small pieces. Add 1 […]

  • What a lovely tribute to your Dad. In all the pictures you seem to be the center of his universe. I hope someone takes a picture of you with the sandwich, ties it to a balloon, and sends it to your Dad. Blessings.

  • Awesome post Astrid! I am so going to have to try this. Note to self: Clean the coffee grinder before hubby makes his espresso. 🙂

    Thanks for sharing!


  • Mary commented on the post, Grandma’s Potato Soup 8 years ago

    The Cheese Whiz option cracks me up!

    What a treasure on an index card. My grandmother’s house burned to the ground, taking all those treasures with the fire. I would love to have just one such index card.

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Ooh, I so want a steam canner now! We have a new propane stove with a turbo burner that is supposed to boil water very fast, but it takes what seems like forever to get the water in the big graniteware canner to boil. Even then I worry that it didn’t get to a high […]

  • Mary commented on the post, Julie and Julia, My Way 8 years ago

    Hope you like them Liz!

    Thanks to Suzanne for allowing me to guest post, to everyone for the kind comments, and to all the CITR readers who visited my blog today. I had my busiest day ever! Imagine what could happen if I buy a cow!

  • Mary commented on the post, Julie and Julia, My Way 8 years ago

    Thanks Cindy, I made the beet salad but had to omit the culinary lavender as it was no where to be found. My neighbor grows it but doesn’t bloom this time of year. I would have had to order it online. The golden beets I had searched for were not going to wait for that […]

  • ThumbnailLast February I picked up a copy of Best of the Sunset Cookbook, 101 Top Recipes . As I thumbed through it and saw all the delicious looking dishes, I thought to myself ” I could make every recipe in this magazine. ” I decided to do just that. I would make the recipe, post a blog entry about it, […]

  • 1. Preheat oven to 375°. Heat oil in a heavy-bottomed 4- to 5-qt. pot over medium-high heat. Season chicken pieces with salt and pepper and add skin side down to pot. Cook until skin is crispy and deeply browned, about 12 minutes. Remove chicken from pot and set aside. 2. Pour off all but 2 […]

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