Monthly Archives: August 2011

Jar opener

Last summer we had the pleasure of visiting the quaintest little house you ever did see. It was nestled in the mountains of Pennsylvania right on a lake. The woman of the house was born and raised in Germany. Everything … Continue reading

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Carrot Muffins

Muffins are one of my best friends. I love how easy they are to put together and I love how they provide breakfast and the day’s snacks all in one go. I made these Carrot muffins so my husband would … Continue reading

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Peanut Butter Kandy Kakes

Don’t you love yummy simple desserts that you can eat on a paper towel? I know I do! These kandy kakes are something I grew up with in Philly. I had to buy them from the store though, so I … Continue reading

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Not enough loaf pans?

When I started baking bread I lacked one important item. I had (and still only have) one loaf pan. I was not about to bake one loaf at a time and I didn’t want big round loaves for sandwich bread. … Continue reading

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Pass the cheese, please.

Last week we had some friends come over for dinner. I gave them Cuban food to eat and they gave me homemade cheese and orange tomatoes from their garden. That gift is more precious than gold to me. They own … Continue reading

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Classic Sweet Tea

As summer comes to a close I’ve been enjoying a glass or two of sweet tea. Is there any time of year when a nice cold glass of sweet tea isn’t welcome? For years, the thought of making sweet tea … Continue reading

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Product Review: Log Cabin All Natural Syrup

Maple syrup is da’ bomb. Know what I’m sayin’? We LOVE maple syrup in our house. It’s basically the only thing I’ll serve with pancakes, waffles, french toast, etc. However, as much as I love it, it does happen to … Continue reading

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