Monthly Archives: September 2010

“A Country Year”, and Persimmon Pie

I just finished reading A Country Year by Sue Hubbell. A great short story about a year in the life of a woman in the Ozarks. She is a bee keeper and the story goes through each season – her … Continue reading

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Vintage Recipe Books, Wow! do I ever enjoy browsing through them!

I spent about an hour earlier this evening browsing through a few recipe books. I was looking for ideas on what to do with a Hubbard squash, which I purchased earlier today. But more about the Hubbard later! Such a … Continue reading

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It’s Getting Close to Persimmon Time (via Moonmooring)

I’ll have to get some persimmon recipes here and soon! I love the sweet rich taste of them fresh and in baked goods. I will try them in smoothies this year also! This Summer in the Ozarks was a gardeners … Continue reading

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Dusit Thai Cuisine

It’s about time we got a Thai restaurant in this neck of the woods! You may know Thai is one of my favorite cuisines and I will usually drive out of my way to get goo Thai food. Now it’s … Continue reading

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