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The Ball Blue Book

The Ball Blue Book of Canning and Preserving Recipes is a lovely old book filled with recipes and techniques to can pretty much anything you can think of.  It outlines canning methods (many of which are not deemed safe today),... Continue Reading →

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Poinsettia Salad

The first Poinsettia Salads I made looked beautiful, nestled on their beds of lettuce.  I took pictures, and then we ate the salads.  And then, because of my blind trust in my devices, I lost all the pictures I hadn't... Continue Reading →

Happy Birthday to my other sister!

Today my older sister turns.... well.... a few years older than me, so young!  That's Vic in the front of the picture above, me in the middle, and Cousin Tracy, whose birthday is also today, at the back.  We've all aged... Continue Reading →

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