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We took January off from the blog. I relaxed some and then participated in the St. Paul Pioneer Press Medallion Hunt for fun and exercise. I and many others were oh so close! Towards the middle of the hunt I … Continue reading
We had a comment on a recent post, about removing sunflower seeds from their shells, because I had said there were instructions online about how to do this easily. I had not tried it myself yet, so was waiting to … Continue reading
We took a break from posting to attend to something very special that occurred here recently. Mutti recently turned 75, and the festive balloons at left were part of the large family celebration at our home. We had good food and … Continue reading
It looks like these seeds might be coated in cocoa, but they’re spicy with a little kick. It didn’t occur to me to roast cantaloupe seeds until I came across a recipe post at The Newlyfeds recently. I saw the … Continue reading
I had never tried pesto, but we have lots of Genovese Basil. So, I found a traditional recipe for it at Diggin Food using Genovese Basil, pine nuts, garlic and olive oil. I went ahead and got the cheapest pine … Continue reading
We are still getting some cucumbers from the garden, so Mutti decided to make her favorite refrigerator pickles recipe. It comes from a church recipe book dating back to 1973. We’ve shared a quart of these pickles with my sister … Continue reading