Monthly Archives: July 2014

Recipe: Sweet Potato/Mandarin Orange Casserole for Mary Hurt

I don’t think I ever went to a Southern church covered-dish supper in my life that somebody didn’t show up with a miniature-marshmallow-covered sweet potato casserole. It was sure to be a big hit, was very cost effective, and never … Continue reading

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RECIPE: 1,2,3,4 Bundt Cake with Easy Caramel (or Fruit Glaze) Icing

You never know, when you set your sail, just how the winds will blow, so I’m continuing to learn and grow and be surprised by all manner of reactions to this blog, almost universally positive, and perhaps the most unexpected … Continue reading

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Reflections in Three Acts and an Encore

Some poems take ages – or even, sometimes, never find the perfection they seek – while others simply pour out on the page in a fit of creativity that some might consider being “in the zone,” others might call the … Continue reading

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Beauty, Goodness and a Recipe: George’s Key Lime Pie

Well, thanks to Hurricane Arthur, it was a topsy-turvy sort of weekend in the Pines. While most of the country had beautiful weather for the Fourth of July, a cold rain fell from dawn to well beyond dusk here, so … Continue reading

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Angels in Action: the Fire Tower

My fourth and fifth years were special, but then, it seems to me that most children are particularly radiant at that age. So much so, in fact, that I have come to believe we all enjoy a brief but magical … Continue reading

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