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Spring is well past sprung…

Well folks, it has been a REALLY busy last 3 months, here at home. I’ve cooked of course but merely to keep body and soul together. Nothing special has come out of my kitchen except for some beautiful plate racks … Continue reading

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7 Sweets and 7 Sours

As I sat eating my turkey sandwich on toasted Italian bread with Dukes Mayo and pickled beets on the side, I started thinking about when I was a young girl and lived at Granny’s house and how I heard that … Continue reading

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Cake AND Pie and Granny

Producing Food… planting food, tending food, harvesting food, preserving food, cooking food, that was my early childhood, running along barefooted behind my Granny. Learning everything she did by doing it with her, her talking me along, telling me why it … Continue reading

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LIVE!!!!!

The website is live http://www.thelmaandnate.net please visit us there and often, thank you!

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Coka-Cola and Lance Toasty crackers

My best friend, Keith and I took an early morning trip to a small town not too far from here to visit a man who is tearing down an old feed mill, old as in, over a hundred years old. … Continue reading

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Macaroni (not pasta) salad

Summer to me is a tall glass of fresh iced tea, slightly sweet and a tomato sandwich. A tomato sandwich made with fresh white bread, Dukes Mayonnaise and a tomato freshly picked off the vine, perfectly ripe and juicy, tasting … Continue reading

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Chick, chick, chick….chick-in!

Lets start with chicken salad, one of my favorite cold salads served on a bed of crisp lettuce or on a sandwich made with crusty bread or a buttery croissant. When I was a child, chicken salad was boiled chicken … Continue reading

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