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Mary Frances

Rice Pudding so Easy a Child Could Make It

I have rice pudding in the oven to have for dessert. ┬áRice pudding was what I'd planned on making, but I was planning on using my Instant Pot to make my usual quick rice pudding, but I had The Mary... Continue Reading →

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What not to do for a burn

Since there are so many recipes, tips, and sometimes illustrations that defy explanation, Wednesdays will now be dedicated to these. Just a page from a book. I will not be trying them, but if you're brave enough to, please let us all know how it turned out!

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Envisioning The American Dream

A visual remix of the American Dream as pictured in Mid Century Media

NICOLE'S TASTING SPOON

- eat. drink. write. laugh. -

Susie Lindau's Wild Ride

Come for Adventure. Stay for the Ride!

British Food: A History

British food in all its glory, bizarreness and sometimes grossness. This is also the sister-blog to my other project, Neil Cooks Grigson

biscuits and ladles

classic Ghanaian recipes, others using readily available ingredients and adventures

Crone Confidence

Wise, older woman is the most powerful brand females come in.

Sweet Sunday Table

Food blog featuring recipes I mostly try out on Sundays.

Cooking Up the Archives

Cooking, foodways, and history as crafts and disciplines.

Echoes from the Vault

a blog from the Special Collections of the University of St Andrews

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