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In 1975, the first recipe I tried from the Better Homes and Gardens Junior Cook Book (“For Beginning Cooks of All Ages”) was Creamy Lemon Pie, page 58. “You’ll be proud to serve this mouth-watering pie at a family dinner or a fancy party.” I was eight, and reread the words several times, to make [...]

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Guest Blogger: Cleo

Five year old Cleo is our first quadruped guest blogger. Skills: Sleeping, slobbering, ear-scratching. Being soft. Likes: Josie, tennis balls, pumpkin biscuits, eating grass, pizza crust, chewing fur off behind, butter within reach. Dislikes: Josie going to school, lack of pizza crust, humans talking too much, unfriendly cats, butter out of reach. Loves: Josie She [...]

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While we wind up (or down) our vacation, I’m pleased to bring you one last guest post, a little gem from Culinerapy’s Sara Reddy Coyne. This California girl has a knack for sweet depth in the kitchen, her writing like a comfortably noisy screen door, nearly always leading to something good. I’m glad she stepped [...]

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Still on vacation, but delighted to bring you this guest post from Coal Creek Farm’s April Phillips. I am fortunate to have met the real-life April and her sister, too, and can report that they both tower over me like power-blogging amazons, and now I know why – these hearty Bierochs run in their family. [...]

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I’m out of town, and lucky to bring you a guest post from wonderful writer Paige Orloff, food editor of The Sister Project. When Paige isn’t writing, cooking, or thinking about cooking, this city-turned-country girl cares for family, friends, horses and fowl.  I asked Paige to share a food memory, and did she ever; clearly, [...]

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