This will become a master list of all of the recipes on this blog. Eventually they will even be sorted.
thanks for sending your blog – I printed your recipes (which look amazing) for my mom (Aunt Elsa) and Uncle Jack (Lee). . .
they were thrilled to have them! They are doing well – they life more slowly but are still in their own home as you probably know from your mom.
your mother & I email from time to time . . . we really enjoyed meeting she and Stan when they were here a few years ago and now I feel I know who she is as I do with you from your blogs. I did have a facebook page but Idon’t keep it up much to the chagrin of my daughters Marina (married in ATL & doing a post doc in Neuroscience on addiction @ Emory) and younger daughter Alex who is working as a server as she isn’t able to get a job in the hospitality or event planning industry (in which she has completed a program).
other than that it’s been stinking cold and understand you’ve had your share of weather as well.
will close for now – must get back to work ( I have a home office and my own business which is as an advertisers rep for a few different publishers) . . . business is very challenging and hoping the economy will soon turn around.
With warmest wishes for a Happy New Year filled with health and happines.
Where on earth is your recipe for the garlic salt?!?!?! I am aiming for the tomato butter and thought we’d aim for whole hog deluxe, but I can’t find the garlic salt recipe.
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