Monthly Archives: November 2012

French fried onions–a review

With rising prices, many American households are attempting to stretch pennies as often as possible.  With the traditional Thanksgiving dinner being served on Thursday, and higher prices blatantly obvious, that stretching is being applied to that meal as well. One … Continue reading

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November baking: I just don’t feel like it!

There are days when no matter how devoted we may be to an idea, we just aren’t up to it. Today, that’s one of them.  I just didn’t feel like going through my recipes and actually baking something.  I pulled … Continue reading

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Cheap eats and gravy

It’s November, the month of overeating in America, crowned by Thanksgiving.  The big feast, the experts are telling us, is going to cost more than ever to put on the table, even if your family hasn’t grown in the past … Continue reading

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November baking: easy breezy bread with popovers

Sometimes, we want a fresh, hot bread to serve with a meal, but we don’t want to devote a lot of time and effort into achieving that.  While there are numerous commercial products designed to satisfy that desire, they aren’t … Continue reading

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November Baking: Pumpkin Bread

This is the first of the recipes I’ll be posting this month. We’re entering the “hot” season for baking and cooking.  Face it, November has to be the national eating month, with the pinnacle being the American Super Bowl of … Continue reading

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