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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Make the Winter Birds Happy With Homemade Suet

Just about this freezing time of year, I usually begin to make up batches of homemade suet to feed my backyard birds. I bought some beef suet at the local grocery store and stuck it in the freezer for winter feeding and now that it’s January and finally getting quite cold, it’s time to give […]

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Making Cheese With Flowers

I will tell you right away that I have never done this, but I visited one of my favorite bloggers (and she is so much more) only to find an amazing post that included fresh picked flowers and yogurt. Sharon Lovejoy is an author of many books and writes the most interesting posts on her […]

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Veggies and Simple Dip

I made this veggie platter to take to a neighbor’s 50th birthday party. It looked so pretty that I got a photo and thought I’d share my dip recipe. Here it is: Buy a container of whipped cream cheese and chives. Stir in a few big spoonfuls of sour cream and some onion powder and/or […]

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