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Kathryn’s Blog: A Happy Accident

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
Posted  on January 18, 2020
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Kathryn’s Blog: In Awe of Art

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
Posted  on November 6, 2019
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Kathryn’s Blog: Rediscovering the Rutabaga

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
Posted  on September 25, 2019
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Kathryn’s Blog: 3 Bean 5 Hat Salsa Recipe

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
Posted  on September 10, 2019
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Kathryn’s Blog: Treat Yourself

I often go to Sjolinds (pronounced shoe-lins) when I want to treat myself. When I saw this Torte on its pedestal it was such a work of art I just had to share it! Potatoes, ham, cheese, spinach, eggs and caramelized onions make up these lovely layers. Also there are
Posted  on August 21, 2019
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Kathryn’s Blog: Pet Wash

I have a pet turtle but most of my friends have dogs and or cats. I went into Tractor Supply Company because I like checking out the live baby ducks & chicks they have for sale (I’d love a pet duck but my landlord would have a cow!). I noticed that
Posted  on August 11, 2019
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Kathryn’s Blog: No Bake Butterfinger Fling

When it’s hot like it has been, you don’t even want to make a slice of toast, never mind turn the oven on to bake something. But to live without dessert? Unheard of! You’ll love this recipe… you ‘bake’ it in the freezer! You will need: 9’’ x 13” pan
Posted  on July 31, 2019
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Kathryn’s Blog: Wildwood Coffee Cafe

It is true that I’d willingly make a road trip for a great cup of coffee. If there is tasty food involved, all the better. I’m counting my lucky stars the cutest little coffee shop is one, walk-able, block up the road from me! The Wildwood Café (218 Forrest St.
Posted  on July 15, 2019
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Kathryn’s Blog: Rice Does The Trick

It often stick my hands in the sink to rinse something out or set it to soak, but on this process I manged to get water inside my watch face. Well I happen to really like my watch. It was not an expensive one, so to pay to have it
Posted  on June 25, 2019
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Kathryn’s Blog: Stoughton’s B&B

The picture below is of is the back yard of the Naeset-Roe Bed & Breakfast I am a part-time caretaker for. Dear Ozzy, the big golden retriever who was the family pet, passed a few weeks ago and he would often just roll around on the grass and look adorable. When
Posted  on June 6, 2019