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Monthly Archives: March 2009
The ultimate comfort dinner – Scratch Chicken Pot Pie with a Parmesan-Whole Wheat Crust, served with our friend’s homebrew Imperial Stout, and Oatmeal Apple Crisp for dessert. Life is good. A full day of cooking, and a full belly. Maybe … Continue reading
A wonderfully sassy girl’s pettiskirt giveaway from the super-talented Kathleen of Grosgrain Fabulous!!
(Pictures by Hubby.) Another birthday gift from my parents – a comfy Ergo to carry my big boy around in (he was just getting too heavy to tote around in the sling for long). The carrier was purchased at Milagros … Continue reading
Spring is finally unfolding here in the Northwest. Inside the house, our usual spring rituals are delayed a bit. Since we’re packing to move to our new house over the next few weeks, I won’t be getting out the spring … Continue reading
Well, I turned thirty on Sunday. My parents got me some wonderful birthday gifts, including restocking my spice and baking cupboard (for the best spices, go here). Thanks, Mom and Dad!!
A simple sugar cookie recipe, made into sandwiches, some filled with homemade raspberry-lime jam, some with apricot preserves. I am so inspired by A-Friend-to-Knit-With‘s Cookie of the Week. I have made several of her recipes, but our favorite - her … Continue reading
What a treat – tasty fresh organic peaches in March! We were given two boxes of fragrant peaches, and after eating some with breakfast, we made this “cheater” cobbler (the simple batter goes on the bottom, and you simply pour … Continue reading