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I eat mayonnaise with my French fries. Hubby puts sour cream on his scrambled eggs. These are weird food quirks that have been passed down to us by our parents.
And now, we're doing the same. Dudette asks for sour cream on her eggs and likes a blob of mayonnaise on her…
Added by Taking On Magazines on February 16, 2012 at 3:01pm — No Comments
I woke up to the sound of water dripping off trees this morning. It didn't sound like rain, just a soothing, comforting occasional plip. When I finally got out of bed and looked outside, I smiled. Fog. No way a ground hog will be seeing his shadow in the fog.
It lifted my…
Added by Taking On Magazines on February 2, 2012 at 10:14am — No Comments
I made peanut butter cookies for Dudette earlier this week. There was nothing fancy or gourmet about them. They were your basic, standard peanut butter, laced with lots of love.
Not surprisingly, the young lady showed up at my side while I was juicing the grapefruit…
Added by Taking On Magazines on January 19, 2012 at 12:04pm — No Comments
Food Network Magazine brings us a classic scone recipe; buttermilk scones. These should be the perfect canvas for your home made or specialty jellies. But how do they really taste? Read my full review and see for yourself. …Continue
Added by Taking On Magazines on December 29, 2011 at 6:06pm — No Comments
You know those phrases that start with, "My mom made. . ."? They're an instant discouragement to trying whatever it was that was made, aren't they. I have one of those. My mom made an incredible lemon meringue pie when I was a kid. The filling was fantastic, but the meringue was what stands out in my mind. It climbed…Continue
Added by Taking On Magazines on May 12, 2011 at 11:35am — No Comments
If you know me at all, you know I always have magazines around. Food magazines specifically. It could be that I'm examining the current issue of one I'm going through to decide what to make next, making sure I have the instructions down so I don't surprise myself later on or checking for any discrepancies…Continue