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Two ways with Irish Soda Bread

Irish Soda Bread is good for St. Patrick's day, to be sure. But, this bread is such a wonderful complement to soup (particularly vegetable, tomato or split pea) that it is a Saturday staple at our home all winter long. With dairy, or without, this version of Irish Soda Bread is the perfect complement to… Continue reading Two ways with Irish Soda Bread

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Grapefruit gum drops

Yum cubed. ❤ “You can tell a lot about a fellow's character by his way of eating jellybeans. ” Ronald Reagan, American president and Jelly Belly fan This is one of my daughter's favorite recipes to share with friends on special holidays such as Valentine's Day. I managed to pry it out of her hands… Continue reading Grapefruit gum drops

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Curried cauli-potato soup

"Cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education." Mark Twain If the winter cold or, worse, a winter cold has grabbed you by the throat and wrestled you to the ground, you might want to try this at home. 🙂 This one will have you smiling and breathing happily again in no time. I've… Continue reading Curried cauli-potato soup

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Iron-skillet, deep-dish pizza

"Ideas are like pizza dough, made to be tossed around." Anna Quindlen, American journalist and author There was a time when I all knew of deep-dish pizza was a "pie" my grandmother used to make. It was rich with sauce and cheese and had cornmeal in the crust. She baked it in a Pyrex pie… Continue reading Iron-skillet, deep-dish pizza

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Frosty-windows oatmeal

Re-sharing an oldie but goodie in case healthier meals are on your 2020 agenda. 🙂 “Battles that involve oatmeal are just never going to end up being historic, you know?" Jake went on. "Gettysburg? No major oatmeal involvement. The Battle of Midway? Neither side used oatmeal. Desert Storm? No oatmeal.” Katherine Applegate, American young adult/childrens… Continue reading Frosty-windows oatmeal