Monthly Archives: December 2012

Merry Christmas!

I will be on vacation for the next week-and-a-half or so. I might take the time to post once or twice, but then again I might not.   And you all probably have better things to do over the next week … Continue reading

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A ringing success

Ok, sorry about that.  Couldn’t resist. Of course, most of you are probably thinking, “Huh?” Except Trevor, who’s thinking “Lame!” because he knows what I’m talking about. So now I’m going to enlighten you. 😉 Both my husband and I … Continue reading

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Fresh herbs!

I can’t believe it–I actually found some fresh, growing, potted herbs!  Yay, Cash Wise! I have been really missing having fresh herbs available at all times in the garden–so it was exciting to find some plants on my last trip … Continue reading

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Amaryllis lineup

I just had to do another update on my office Amaryllis.   I can’t believe how long these flowers have lasted–for the price ($5.99), I feel like it was well worth it. The first bulb I potted bloomed on the … Continue reading

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. . . and some Korma

I don’t know what it is lately with me and interesting food names.  But I tried another new recipe the other night–not to be confused with the “Pakistani Kima” of a few nights prior, this was called “Vegetarian Korma.” (And … Continue reading

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Trying Kima

I made another new recipe the other night–I’m on a roll, lately!  This one is called Pakistani Kima–I got it from a friend and have no idea where she found it, so I really can’t give the original cook credit. … Continue reading

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Looking for a good cheese soup

I tried a new cheese soup recipe the other night. Well, to be perfectly forthright, I actually took two and kind of combined them.  You know, they were very similar to each other, so I just took the parts from … Continue reading

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I have a little hobby on the side (when I’m not gardening or cooking).  I make scrapbooks. Yes, it’s probably a frivolous hobby. . . it can be kind of expensive and it’s time-intensive. But, man, is it fun.  It’s … Continue reading

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A new favorite potato recipe

I have a wonderful scalloped potatoes recipe–you may remember my post about it last January or so.  The thing I loved about it most is that it was actually made for three colors of potatoes–which I had.   And it … Continue reading

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