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Pear Walnut Bread Pudding for #SundaySupper

September 21, 2014
Pear Walnut Bread Pudding | Magnolia Days

The world would not be the same without storytellers and writers. Those who have the gift of taking the most mundane thing, for example going to the mailbox to get the mail, and turning it into a captivating story gives me great envy. They can articulate a breeze blowing, the crunch of grass underfoot, or […]

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Applesauce Walnut Raisin Cake for #BundtBakers

September 18, 2014
Applesauce Walnut Raisin Cake | Magnolia Days

One leaf has to start it all. It turns from green to brown then breaks away from the tree. Soon others join in the annual drop and the ground is covered with them. It signifies the beginning of a new season. Sadly summer is ending and autumn brings its own colors to the landscape. Farmers […]

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Quadruple Chocolate Shortbread Cookies

September 16, 2014
Quadruple Chocolate Shortbread Cookies | Magnolia Days

Chocolate can help in stressful times. It is comforting and evokes happy feelings. It is the one thing I seek out when I’m feeling sad, under pressure, stressed, or majorly concerned about something. Recent events had me in the kitchen seeking it. I looked around and the bag of candy was long gone. Other sweets […]

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Mini Chorizo and Cheese Quiches for #SundaySupper

September 14, 2014
Mini Chorizo and Cheese Quiches | Magnolia Days

Whoever invented tailgating was one brilliant person. Or perhaps it was a group of people. Or it simply happened out of circumstance. I can’t think of a better way to combat the boredom of sitting outside a stadium waiting for a game than with food and beverages. Then the tailgating tradition crossed over from the […]

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