Monthly Archives: September 2010

What’s for dinner at the White house? (Week of Sept. 19)

For some reason we’re on a Saturday to Friday meal plan schedule, but I’m guessing we’ll go back to Sundays soon! Saturday Lunch – potato pancakes and eggs for brunch because we went apple picking around lunchtime! Dinner – Pastor

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Pierogi Assembly

Aaaand, one week later we’re ready for the final pierogi post.  Gotta make room for our apple sauce canning post.  We went apple picking today and came home with a full bushel of apples (we did buy some, we didn’t

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Pierogi Dough

This one can be categorized (or classified? librarian friends which one is it?!?) as fussy.  But here’s my confession.  This is the second time we’ve tried to make pierogies.  I’ll be honest and tell you it took us a good

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What’s for dinner at the White house? (Week of Sept. 12)

Plus a bonus day!  I’ll throw in Saturday, Sept. 11th free of charge! Saturday Lunch – Refrigerator clean up, including our really bad made-up rice and waaay-too-spicy tomatillo sauce enchiladas from last week Dinner – Pierogies – hybrid/adapted recipe from

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What’s for dinner at the White house? (Week of Sept. 5)

Good question!  I’ll even throw in lunch since that’s the way we plan.  Themes?  Bread and Mexican to use up a lot of what we have hanging around. Sunday Lunch – Out with friends Dinner – Tomato and corn pie

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Boston Tomato

Earlier this summer we were at home for a dear friend’s wedding and got to spend some time with friends and family.  We were tickled when my great aunt presented us with a little church cookbook published in 1926 due

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Judging from the kind words of our family and friends, this blog is long overdue.  It excites us every time we prepare a meal–a new one or a tried and true favorite.  It encompasses so much of our daily lives

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