|New Hampshire Troubadour, October 1950|
From 2005, Kitchen Memories is a post about my kitchen memories from growing up in the 1950s and 1960s. If you enjoy reading about that era, you might like to take a look at this.
From 2006, I chose this post: A comforting Friday night supper. It includes a yummy recipe for Zippy Cauliflower which you might enjoy. I know I am going to make it again!
From 2007, I picked a slow cooker recipe that's perfect for fall and winter: Round Steak Italiano. This can be made with any inexpensive steak like chuck, london broil, etc.
|Photo from Taste of Home|
From 2008, I chose a post with basic instructions for my Fall Fabric Ornaments. These are quick, easy and fun to make.
2009, I decided to show you From my antique postcard collection. I was blessed to inherit a collection of these antique postcards, trade cards and Scripture cards. Enjoy!
2010, you might like Testing two zucchini breads. I reveal the results of testing two recipes with the thought of using these breads for Christmas gifts. One was a double chocolate zucchini bread; the other, Paula Deen's chocolate chip zucchini bread. The post includes links to both recipes.
From 2011, A taste of heaven tells the story of the ladies' retreat from that year.
Worth the read if you enjoy fall foliage and would like to see more of The Wilds of New England, plus a link to a good book.
From 2012, this brief account of an important lesson God taught me at a lakeside cabin: Lift up your eyes on high might encourage your heart as well.
From 2013, Hearty Butternut Squash Soup is a keeper recipe a friend shared with me. I'm going to be bold and try making this soup with no meat at all.
And lastly, from 2014, read about a vintage find, Words of Silver from the Bible.
Hope you've enjoyed this venture into the kitchen table archives!