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Friday, October 14th, 2011 by Amy Sandeen
Mmm…the warm smell of cinnamon and browning pie crust is like no other. I can hardly wait. It’s a rainy autumn day, and I’m getting together with friends later. With a few free hours this morning to do laundry and other domestic homey things, I might as well also bake a treat to share with those friends.
Tuesday, July 26th, 2011 by Lindsay Higel
Summer is in full force at the Higel household. Softball and t-ball are done for the season which means more time ’round the campfire, lakeside and in our own back yard.
Monday, June 20th, 2011 by Lindsay Higel
My latest kitchen appliance purchase was made recently here in Hastings. After a few weeks of trials and taste tests, I am very happy to report that this applicance will stay in the kitchen and not be down-graded to the upper cabinets in the laundry room. The Panini Maker has been out on the counter since its purchase from Walmart two weeks ago. It is very versitle, not just yeilding ooey,gooey Paninis and Sandwiches, but is great for grilling meats and vegetables.
Tuesday, May 17th, 2011 by Lindsay Higel
With a few 90 degree days this month, we have spring (and even summer) thoughts in the air. We planted some things in our garden early this year. But held off on many as there is always a chance for that last freeze. As it turned out, I am really glad we did. My mom has always said to wait until May 15th to get plants in the garden, as she again, was right.
Tuesday, December 21st, 2010 by Laura Sunderman
As my own Wintertime baking season got underway, I began to think about the many delicious morsels I would strive to create this year.
Thursday, December 16th, 2010 by Amy Sandeen
Squash is a food. Squash is a game played with racquets. Squash is a verb meaning “crush,” “squeeze,” or “firmly reject.” Squash is a British fruit juice concentrate. Squash is a word that starts to look funny when you type it more than twice.
Monday, April 5th, 2010 by Mike Howie
A Christmas gift brought a bottle of real maple syrup to our house. Real maple syrup from Vermont, where “sugaring” is going on right now. After a taste, this syrup was quickly relegated to “parental use only” because it was so very good – but too expensive to allow the kids pour (and pour and [...]
Monday, December 28th, 2009 by Mike Howie
Christmas didn’t go quite as planned – and after being stuck in the house for three days we’re out of goodies. With guests coming soon, we decided to try our hand at making fudge. Turns out, it’s pretty easy. (Saving it for New Years may not be.)