The Fall Foods Help Keep the House Warm

Fall is a great season for the obvious reason of viewing bright leaf colors, but it’s also a time to cook some great fall food that helps warm the house. I’ve let the kids turn the heat on upstairs these past two nights, but I am cringing at having to burn oil in September! Downstairs […]

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Eating Healthy in Peterborough New Hampshire

One of the things I enjoy about living in the Monadnock region of New Hampshire is the emphasis on buying local.¬† Eating healthy and organic, while supporting local farms is easy to do.¬† The quaint and picturesque community of Peterborough has farmers markets all summer long, and an indoor farmers market at the Community Center […]

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Monkey Faces and Indian Pudding

As I sit here trying to cool off at 3:00 AM – yes it’s winter and the inside temp. is 62, but I am hot, (you older ladies will understand), I was enjoying reading about the Indian Pudding again, and I was replying to comments on the re-blog post, from Laurie @ A Taste of […]

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Indian Pudding

Originally posted on A Taste of Morning:
Indian Pudding is a traditional New England dessert which can be traced back to the 18th century. I developed a ¬†fondness for it when I lived in the Boston area. For some reason, though, it is relatively unknown outside of New England. Here is a brief history of…

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Never Send Cookies in the Mail

I usually start my blogging with a photo. I take lots of pictures of all kinds of things and I came across this cookie photo which reminded me of how I had this great idea to send cookies to my son last year. He lives in Florida and his family (us) all moved north and […]

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