Author: Kathryn Vaughn

It’s about time for a ‘Joe the Turtle’ update. Yes, I am very pleased and happy to report that at least Joe’s life has not changed one bit because of Covid. He is in excellent health. He sun baths every day. He does his yoga moves. He sat on my foot and watched the whole DNC with me. […]

With the resurgence of going to the movies by the car load, it was brought to my mind just how much fun drive in theaters are! I was a teenager then and it was a great date night. I will never forget Artie coming to pick me up, a bottle of ‘Tango’ tucked away with […]

How is it that Summer time flies by so fast? That Wisconsin expression, “knee high by the Fourth of July” is true. The corn stocks are rocketing out of the ground. When I planted these flower colors I was thinking of the Norwegian Flag because I live above Nordic Nook, which is a totally Norwegian […]

Well, I promised to take some pictures of these flowers after they had a chance to ‘take.’  These were gathered from 10 different green houses, but the dahlias were from Kopke’s. One of the chartreuse sweet potato leaves (pointy) was from Farm & Fleet (East side) the other was from Millers’ in Mt. Horeb, the […]

I grew up in New Jersey and most of my life was structured a great deal around the awesome diners that Jersey is famous for. Celebrating birthdays, First Holy Communion, graduations, Easter Sunday, funeral breakfasts, wedding anniversaries… then as a teenager, middle of the night pig-outs after concerts or dancing at clubs. They were open […]

It’s that time of the year, before the Lenten fasting begins! ‘Fat Tuesday’ is the one day of hoopla before ‘serious reflection’ of Lent. The marvelous colors, food, and party time feeling is much needed in this last stretch of winter. My friends, Kim and Scott Smith, owners of the Naeset Roe Bed and Breakfast […]

This past years cookie making and sales were better then ever, I’m so happy to make so many other people happy. I had this really adorable tea pot timer for years and years. Each batch of Ginger Molly cookies gets eight minutes. Well, it took me four batches of them to realize my timer was […]

My framer and great friend, Donna Heideman, and friend, pastel painter, Sally Hall, and I used to take the ride out to Paoli to visit the ‘Artisan Art Gallery’ often. Fantastic art and a great little restaurant was an ideal day out for us. It has taken some time for that gallery to get to […]

Always on the alert for things that have no cholesterol, I have rediscovered the rutabaga. The first time I had it was on Thanksgiving. It was boiled, mashed with butter & salt, and covered with turkey gravy! (It’s a cross of a turnip and a cabbage.) It was terrific. Now I’ve come to understand that it’s […]

Here is one of the quickest, really good for you, easy to make dishes you will find this summer! I put it together for me in my ongoing effort to be healthy and get soluble fiber into my diet. I got my cholesterol way down with no drugs at all. This is one of my faves […]


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