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A Light Lunch

With summer nearing the last thing I want to do is heat up the kitchen. Minimal stoving is good for me, so I usually go for a sandwich at lunch. The other day I came up with something easy and … Continue reading

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Heart-Healthy Soup and Salad

Since Danny came home from the hospital, I have had to be creative and think outside my recipe boxes even more. His post-stroke diet of last year has been further reduced to disclude our favorite starches (all types of potatoes, rices, … Continue reading

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On This Day

On this day, the Christian world rejoices. They sing, pray, praise, and give thanks. They exalt a man/God/prophet who reportedly rose from the dead millennia ago. They love him for his kindness and wisdom, because of his sacrifice on our … Continue reading

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Patience Required

I know I was supposed to resume my blogging today, but… For a week, things were going well on my vacation/hiatus. Then last week Danny had a heart attack. I flew home, his daughter and our grandson flew here, one brother … Continue reading

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A Few Days Ago

*Friday evening we watched ” Beautiful Creatures.” Don’t ask me why. This movie is definitely for teens, but not very outstanding or exciting. It’s about a 15-year-old girl, Lena, finding love and witchhood on her 16th birthday. She will either become a … Continue reading

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Bake-Ahead Orange Bread

Since winter continues to blow and snow in lots of places, we need to keep kitchens warm and bake, bake, bake. Here’s a yummy treat with tea or coffee, which should be made the day before for supreme flavor absorption… Recipe of the … Continue reading

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“Amour”

We drove into San Antonio Sunday to watch a very poignant movie, a foreign film titled “Amour,” about love and the end of life… Georges (Jean-Louis Trintignant) and Anne (Emmanuelle Riva) are in their eighties and have been married for a long … Continue reading

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