November 2012

Trofie Pasta With Pesto

November 29, 2012
Trofie pasta with pesto, potatoes, and green beans

I needed a touch of summer. My recent trip to Germany was wonderful except for the grey, foggy, and cloudy days. It was cold there too. I was glad it did not rain or snow. I only wish there had been some sunshine. When I arrived back home it was chilly here. The trees had […]

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Blueberry Donuts

November 27, 2012
Baked and glazed blueberry donuts

My dad loved donuts. That and coffee. Not just any donuts and coffee, but specifically from a certain place I’ll call DD. After he retired he would go to DD almost every day. Then he became the handyman for the store. I am sure it was the most fun he ever had working. It was […]

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Pound Cake Loaf for #HelpingHands #SundaySupper

November 25, 2012
Pound Cake Loaf

There are times when people are in need. Sickness, death, employment loss, or other tragic circumstances cause hardships. Mother Nature can bring mass devastation that impacts so many. Hurricane Sandy hit the northeast hard. Homes and businesses were damaged or destroyed.  It will take a long time to recover and repair from the storm. The Sunday Supper […]

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Turtle Truffles – Guest Post by Kim of Cravings of a Lunatic

November 23, 2012
Turtle Truffles

Today’s post is by my friend Kim from Cravings of a Lunatic. I found her blog because of one of her Burning Down The Kitchen features. I saw “burning down the kitchen with…” in a tweet and clicked to investigate. I am so glad I did. She makes me smile all the time. Reading her posts […]

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Spicy Cranberry Relish – Guest Post by Jen of Juanita’s Cocina

November 21, 2012
Spicy Cranberry Relish

Today’s post is by my sweet friend Jen of Juanita’s Cocina. I met Jen through triberr (a blogging community) and loved her blog from the moment I read one of her posts. Jen writes with humor and warmth and makes you feel like a close friend. She cracks me up with her updates on her […]

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Pumpkin Pecan Sheet Cake – Guest Post by Paula of Vintage Kitchen

November 19, 2012
Pumpkin Pecan Sheet Cake

Today’s post is by my friend Paula from Vintage Kitchen. She is one of the sweetest and inspiring bloggers I have met through the blogging community and Sunday Supper. I look forward to her posts and recipes because they come from the heart. She loves cooking, baking, and sharing her experiences. You have to take […]

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Zucchini and Gruyere Madeleines – Guest Post by Lyn of The Lovely Pantry

November 15, 2012
Zucchini and Gruyere Madeleines

Today’s post is by Lyn from The Lovely Pantry. If you have been following this blog, you may remember I did a guest post for her while she was away visiting family in Jamaica. I was delighted when she said she would write a post for me so I could relax and have fun visiting […]

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Cranberry Pudding With Vanilla Sauce – Guest Post by Pam of The MeltAways

November 13, 2012
Cranberry Pudding With Vanilla Sauce

Today’s post is by my friend Pam of The Meltaways. I met Pam last year through triberr, a blogging community. I very much enjoy her posts and recipes. She blogs from the heart and shares her passions of food, Nascar, and family. I really want to make her Caramel Mock Apple Bites and Baked Acorn […]

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Rocky Road Candy for Gifts from the Kitchen #SundaySupper

November 11, 2012
Rocky Road Candy

What to do for holiday gifts? That was a real dilemma for me years ago when I worked in a big office. I had about 20 co-workers and everyone exchanged gifts. I was on a tight budget and did not want to give some cheap-o thingy. I searched the stores and had no luck. Then it occurred to me […]

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Cream Cheese and Pimento Stuffed Celery

November 9, 2012
Cream Cheese and Pimento Stuffed Celery

Thanksgiving is right around the corner. It will be here before you know it. Then comes all the holiday parties, Christmas, New Years, and more. I think of all the food for holiday feasts and there is one that I cannot do without. It is simple and yet oh so special – cream cheese and […]

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