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Various Pumpkin Pie Variations

The picture above is a pumpkin patch in Sidney, British Columbia that I drive by most years in the fall.  I love how the field is almost entirely orange!  My pumpkin patch certainly doesn't look like that.  Sadly, this year... Continue Reading →

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Turkey Dinner Menus

First off, for those of you wondering why an original 1980s Cabbage Patch Kid is carving my mother's Thanksgiving turkey.... well.... it's a long story about a long time family friend who doesn't live close enough to make it to... Continue Reading →

Mrs. Wheelock’s Pumpkin Pie

We didn't make pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving, because we had the Mystic Pudding and the Cranberry Pudding, so I thought I'd make a pumpkin pie to go with the last of the turkey leftovers - turkey pies made by Alex!... Continue Reading →

Thanksgiving Follow up

Well, Thanksgiving has come and gone, and as promised, here are the results of the tips and recipes I tried.  Some better than others, but none horrible.  We did cook the turkey breast side down, as suggested in the first... Continue Reading →

Thanksgiving with Cooking Club Magazine, 1903

Even though as Canadians we celebrate Thanksgiving in October, I'm blogging about the November 1903 issue of Cooking Club Magazine because it's pretty much ALL Thanksgiving!  As well as its usual content, it has a Thanksgiving romance story titled Hulda... Continue Reading →

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