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Shredded Carrot Salad

Shredded Carrot Salad

Colorful salads seem to taste even better. This one was a delight to look at and make. If you have a food processor, the shredding will be simple. If not (like me) you will get a good workout and a delicious salad!

Breakfast Cookies

Cookies For Breakfast!

I can totally admit that I love dessert for breakfast. I love a slice of pie early on a fall morning. I cannot pass up a chance to eat cheesecake with my coffee. Fruit crisps in the wee hours of the morning? Of course! Until now I felt a bit guiltier eating cookies for breakfast. This is your chance […]

cranberry sour cream tart

Cranberry Oatmeal Wedges

Are you in need of a last minute dessert that will be sure to impress your guests? The ingredients for this include things you probably already have on hand!

Grandmothers Apple Pie-Cake

Russian Grandmothers Apple Pie Cake [TWD]

Johnny Appleseed, born John Chapman, introduced the apple to large parts of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. He became an American legend while still alive, largely because of his kind and generous ways, his great leadership in conservation, and the symbolic importance of apples. After his father had lost two good farms during the American Revolution, […]

Festive Food Festival with 132 Panettones

We just bought 132 loaves of panettone bread. Big ones, not little ones. Here in Peru, eating panettone bread and drinking hot chocolate for Christmas is a tradition. It hardly seems like Christmas without enjoying sweet drinkable chocolate with hints of cinnamon and cloves. The holiday isn’t complete without cutting into a loaf of panettone […]


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