Thanksgiving is maybe one of our simpler holidays. We give thanks for what we have and we eat good food. The giving thanks part usually doesn't require a lot of preparation; maybe just a few minutes quiet consideration. The good food, on the other hand, can sometimes be a challenge. Last November...
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Halloween is almost here and new books for Halloween have been arriving at the library over the past month. Here are the two that have me most excited: Ghoulish Goodies by Sharon Bowers is a whole 150-page cookbook just for Halloween! Extreme Halloween by Tom Nardone covers a broader range of Halloween...
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I have a lot of fond memories when it comes to ice cream. My brother and I used to help my grandpa make homemade vanilla ice cream every 4th of July. As a teenager, I worked in an ice cream shop, which never made me tired of ice cream, in fact it made me love it even more. So learning of a holiday for...