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Mushroom Barley Soup

Mushroom Barley Soup

By on 20 March, 2018 in Cooking, Food, Kate and Stephen with 0 Comments

A bunch of schools in the northern part of the state had closed early, and we were hearing apocalyptic rumors of fist-sized hail and a coming cold snap. So, we did what any sensible person would do. We walked the dog early, and we made soup. Soon it’ll be too hot for soup, and the […]

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The Last Sweet Bits of Summer

The Last Sweet Bits of Summer

By on 16 October, 2013 in Cooking, Food, Heather Coleman with 0 Comments

Fall is really here! Unfortunately I have been on self imposed indoor restriction, working on resurfacing, patching and painting walls in the dining room. The dining room that I mentioned in last month’s blog post is finally, as of yesterday, ready to paint (I actually cheated and painted a bit to test the color, even […]

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A+ for a Grade B Beverage

A+ for a Grade B Beverage

By on 17 October, 2012 in Cocktail Katie, Food with 2 Comments

The summer heat has finally relented and the climate has become what my father describes as “something you’d normally pay for.” Dad’s alluding to the fact that the temperature is neither too cold nor too hot, and that’s usually weather one must create (and pay for) with either air conditioning or a heat source. After […]

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Buttermilk and Chess Pies: Delicious Tradition

Buttermilk and Chess Pies: Delicious Tradition

By on 3 December, 2011 in Cooking, Food, Heather Coleman with 0 Comments

Let them eat pie! Thanksgiving has come and gone, and the last of the turkey and sweet potatoes have probably found their way out of the fridge. But if you are a true Southerner, then you probably still have half a quart of buttermilk leftover from the cornbread dressing. Instead of letting it sit in […]

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Mixed Berry Shortcakes

Mixed Berry Shortcakes

By on 6 May, 2011 in Cooking, Davena McRae, Food with 5 Comments

Fresh berries definitely signal a change in season. As the weather warms up, arms are exposed and toes start peeking through sandals. Dessert has a tendency to become a little less structured as well. I am not a huge fan of chocolate-based sweets, but have been known to lose my mind over a perfectly executed […]

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