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TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS TREES

Some of us toss out the living room Christmas tree on December 26th, because it’s been up since Thanksgiving Day. Christmas Day begins the 12 days of Christmas, a celebration that ends on January 6th with the visit of the … Continue reading

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Christmas Baking for Emotional Eaters

I’m in Christmas cooking mode for the holidays in Cornie’s Kitchen for the month of December. Some of my favorite people who stop by for a visit might be drawn by some wonderful and enticing smells emanating from the door … Continue reading

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Leftovers For Cinderella

I ate the traditional Thanksgiving dinner at a family setting Thursday, along with slivers of pies. The pot roast I made earlier got recycled as soup for two days after Thanksgiving. I had baked chicken with leftover carnival squash and … Continue reading

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SEASONAL FOODS TASTE BEST

Buy what’s ripe for the best value “This is why tomatoes don’t taste all that great in January.” AND they cost a small fortune! Have you ever noticed this? Seasonal crops will taste better when they come from nearby and … Continue reading

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FRESH CRANBERRY APPLE WALNUT COMPOTE

My grandmother always made a special side dish for the family gatherings on the high holidays. If you serve it in a fancy dish and call it by a fancy pants name, all the better.  If it’s easy to prepare, … Continue reading

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CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS TABLE: GONE TO THE DOGS 

   We always celebrated Christmas dinner at a grandparent’s home. If we were at Dad’s home place, we could all sit around his mother’s grand dining room table, for it would seat a dozen people. At Mom’s parents, however, the … Continue reading

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I’m Beginning to Feel Like Christmas

On the Saturday before Christmas, I’m finally eating my Christmas cookies with joy in my heart. While I was baking, I ate my fair share of the broken ones. I find it odd that I seem to forget from year … Continue reading

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