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Southwest Summertime Creamy Corn Dip

Super simple, quick and easy Southwest Summertime Creamy Corn Dip, is a dish you can easily take for a potluck, picnic or impromptu gathering of friends and family. One of my favorite things to do with this dish, is to make a batch for myself, grab a bowl of scoop chips and dive right in.  The Southwest Summertime Creamy Corn Dip is made up of light bright colors very pleasing to …

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A Real Plowsters Breakfast

For Leon, Have I ever told you about the Plowster family? Okay here goes, the Plowsters are a family only stories and legends are made of. They live in a remote home in the mountains somewhere in the middle of somewhere. Papa Plowster drives a plow truck around, and Mama Plowster cooks, I mean this woman can cook and cook and cook breakfast and only breakfast, from sunrise to sunset, …

Sloppy tater tots

Do you ever get in the mood, where you start thinking about what if ? Like what if I were to put honey in my rice, or chocolate on my French toast, or sloppy joe into my tater tots? Suddenly you realize the what if, has now turned into a meal all by itself and you run thru the house yelling at the top of your lungs, ” I did …

All Hail Francis!

We lost a dear friend on Aug 09 2021, who was from a different time and place for all three of us. Francis, (frannie) our beloved cat of 22 years!  My daughter was 9 when my daughter adopted her as a kitten, or as we say, Francis adopted us. We first met Frannie when we took pottery lessons from a very sweet old lady, who must have had 30 cats …

Adventures in Happy Face Pancakes

It goes like this: Each summer my family would pack into the 1964 panel sided brown station wagon and take a road to trip to Minnesota and Wisconsin.  Our main goal was to visit the grandparents for 2-3 weeks each summer. The city grandparents of my mom, and the farm grandparents of my dad, city mouse and country mouse. Mom and Dad would spend the days prior to leaving preparing …

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