Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Full Plate Thursday 6-30-11

We are so excited to have you join us today, welcome to Full Plate Thursday! Like many of you we are getting ready for the big 4th of July week end. We will have friends and family in and out all week end and of course we will all gather for the big fireworks display on the lake here. It is always so special to see the reflection of the fireworks dancing across the water with sound of America the Beautiful playing in the background. I can't wait to see what you have brought to share today, because my holiday begins with you!
Thank you so much for coming to share with us today and I hope you have a safe and fun filled week end celebrating FREEDOM and my special THANKS to those who make it possible!

This Is How I Filled My Plate Last Week
Breakfast
Breakfast Banana Split  Jaime at Everyday Art
Bacon Cheese Pie   Rose at Walnut Avenue
Morning Snack
Red White and Blue Muffins  Jerri at Simply Sweet Home
Lunch
Arugula Broccoli Soup  Shanon at Food and Health
Beet and Goat Cheese Salad  Joanne at The Winelady Cooks
Gluten Free Coconut Lime Cake  Shanon at Cozy Home Scenes 
Afternoon Snack
Citrusy Sweet Tea Ya'll  Tadka Pasta
Mint Sundae Brownie Squares  Debbie at Friday Friends
Dinner
Creamy Caesar Salad   Barb at Keeping Up With The Times
Wild Chive Chicken Kiev  Laura at Day Dreaming Foodie
Grilled Corn Salad  Patti at Comfy Cuisine
Stir Fry Chinese Round Spinach  Papa Cheongs
Tiramisu Trifle  Jane at Make Ahead Meals For Busy Moms
Lets Do Some Canning
Canning 101 Strawberry Peach Jam  Misty at Bake Me Away

If You Helped Me Fill My Plate Today Please Take The Red Plate Home
This Code Is On The Side Bar

Full Plate Thursday Background Story
When we were young and just starting out in life sometimes we did not have a lot of money. Most of our friends were having to stretch the dollars at the end of the month just like us. My girlfriends and I decided that we would pool our food for some of the evening meals right before payday... the last week of the month. I have some of the fondest memories from those days. We would all bring our food together and we had some great food and great fellowship. We would get the food on the table and everything ready, someone would bless the food and then the hostess would say "come fill your plate".
I have just a few suggestions before you leave your dish and fill your plate.
  • Link directly to YOUR RECIPE  and not to your web page.  
  • Scroll down to the button that says "click here to enter"
  • You will be asked to give your URL ( which will be your direct link to your post), the name of your recipe, and your email which we will not be able to see.
  • Then you will be asked to select a thumbnail from your post that will be uploaded to your entry.
  • Please include a link back to Full Plate Thursday, somewhere on your post. We will give you a gentle reminder if you forget...
  • Please leave me a comment before you leave the page and let me know that you are here, I want to be a good hostess.
  • Don't forget to visit with all the others, after all that is part of the fellowship that makes it so much fun, in addition to all the good food of course...
  • Grab The Full Plate Button if you like and take it home with you.
  • Now God Bless you and your food and everyone fill your plate!

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Baked Hush Puppies

A number of years ago in an effort to prepare and present a healthier menu to my family I developed these baked hush puppies. Part of a good southern menu is catfish, cole slaw, and hush puppies. These are not the same as deep fried Hush Puppies, but they are really good. We find them a great little grab and go snack in addition to a healthier Hush Puppy. I have had several request to publish my recipe so today we have Baked Hush Puppies.

 Baked Hush Puppies

Mix The Dry Ingredients With Fresh Green Onions

Add The Wet Ingredients

Bake
Baked Hush Puppies
Miz Helen's Kitchen
2 cups Corn Meal
1/2 cup flour
3 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 Green Onion with the green top chopped
1 garlic clove, minced
2 eggs
1 cup milk
Mix all the dry ingredients together with the onion and garlic. Add the milk and eggs and mix well.
Drop by the tablespoon onto a well oiled baking sheet.
Bake at 400 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes or until lightly browned

These are delicious served with butter and honey or as a side for any dish especially with fish.

Enjoy!

I sure hope that you enjoy your Baked Hush Puppies, be sure and let me know how you like them. I am so happy that you stopped by today I always just love our visits. Come back to see us real soon!
Peace and Joy

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Whats For Dinner Next Week 6-27-11

I am so glad to see you this morning,we have been working in the garden and are ready to sit down for a cup of coffee and one of these wonderful muffins. This is such a wonderful time of the year with friends and family coming out to the country for a visit. One of the local garden clubs will be touring latter this week and I am planning a brunch for them. We have family and friends coming for the upcoming 4th so we will be dong a lot of cooking. Lets get started on this menu.

Monday
Veggie Plate Night
Fresh Black Eyed Peas
Okra and Tomatoes
Steamed Summer Squash
Cornbread
Fresh Blackberry Cobbler

Tuesday
Oven Fried Chicken
Fresh Green Beans and New Potatoes
Melon Slices
Hot Biscuits
Left Over
Blackberry Cobbler with Ice Cream

Wednesday
Pan Seared Pork Chops with Glazed Apples
Fresh English Peas
Sweet Potato Salad
Cottage Bread
Strawberry Shortcake Cookies

Thursday
 Zucchini Spaghetti and Meatballs
 Tossed Green Salad
Garlic Bread
Fruit Compote with Spicy Vanilla Cream

Friday
Going Fishing
Catch of The Day
We are hoping for a nice Bass
Pan Seared Bass
Wild Rice
Spicy Cole Slaw
Herb Buns
Key Lime Pie

Saturday
Green Chili Burger and Hot Chili Sauce

 From Miz Helen's Kitchen Table Cookbook
Black Bean Salad
Baked Tortilla Chips
Homemade Peach Ice Cream


Sunday
From Full Plate Thursday
Easy Veggie Salad   Leah at Beyer Beware
Grilled Tequila Lime Chicken  Liz at Fresh Plate
Scalloped Potatoes  Lyuba at Will Cook For Smiles
Amazing Asparagus  Danielle at Mostly Food and Crafts
Luscious Lemon Tart Lisa at Flour Me With Love

It has been great spending time with you today, your visits are always very special to me. Now don't forget your basket of veggies from the garden and have a safe and wonderful week. I hope to see you again at Full Plate Thursday!
Peace and Joy
Miz Helen
I Am Pleased To Invite You To The Very First Linky Party of On The Menu Monday  at Stone Gable Where You Will Find This Post And Many Other Wonderful Menu Ideas
Congratulations Yvonne!
This Post Is Also Linked To These Wonderful Parties!
Menu Plan Monday
Made By You Monday  
Whats On The Menu Wednesday 
Workshop Wednesday 
Friday Favorites 

Saturday, June 25, 2011

The Garden Gate: Around The Garden

I just love taking a walk early in the morning or late in the afternoon and look at all the wonderful beauty of  The Garden. We began to develop our little acreage about four years ago and about 3 years ago we planted a row of Magnolia Trees along the fence line by the county road.
Magnolia's
Magnolia Blooms
Magnolia Bloom
In Full Bloom and Smells Wonderful
Beautiful!

The Roses are just beautiful right now and in full bloom. My Don Juan Climbers are all along the fence line and are just beautiful. They are heirloom roses so  they smell heavenly.
Don Juan Climber

I hope you enjoy our walk Around The Garden. Lets go over to the patio and have a glass of Iced Tea. I sure have enjoyed your visit and hope you will come back soon.
Peace and Joy
Miz Helen

Friday, June 24, 2011

Green Chili Burger

We just love to entertain in the spring and summer when we can be outside and enjoy grilling and cooking out. One of the things we enjoy is creating different burgers and sauces. We would like to invite you to join us for a Green Chili Burger with Hot Chili Sauce.

Green Chili Burger With Hot Chili Sauce
Green Chili Burger
Miz Helen's Kitchen
1 pound ground beef (we are so fortunate to have a local grass fed beef in our freezer)
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
1/2 teaspoon chili powder
dash cayenne pepper
1/2  cup chopped green chilies
1/2 cup shredded Long Horn Cheese
Mix all the ingredients together. Do Not over mix as it will make the burger tough. Divide into the thickness that you like you burger. Grill on an indoor or outdoor grill. Sprinkle the shredded Long Horn Cheese on the burger right before it is ready to plate.
Hot Chili Sauce
Miz Helen's Kitchen
1/2 cup real Mayonnaise
1/2 cup sour cream
2 teaspoon chili powder
1/2 teaspoon cumin powder
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
dash cayenne to taste
Mix all the ingredients well and keep refrigerated until time to serve.
The sauce is great for many dishes and we really enjoy it. It will keep in the refrigerator for about 1 week.

Enjoy Your Burger!

We sure are glad you were able to join us for a Green Chili Burger today, we had so much fun! Now we have a basket of fresh lettuce and tomatoes from our garden for you to take home, have a great week end and come back to see us real soon. 
Peace and Joy



Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Full Plate Thursday 6-23-11

I am so excited to see you today and welcome to Full Plate Thursday! We had a great party last week that lead right into a wonderful week end with family and friends. I sure hope that you had a great Fathers Day week end.  We had our annual Friends picnic last week end, it was so much fun and we had wonderful food. Speaking of wonderful food I know that you have brought some wonderful food today, so lets get it on the table. Thank you so much for coming today and I sure hope that you will come back next week. 

This Is How I Filled My Plate Last Week

Breakfast
Bringing Back Memories For Me
 Midnight or Anytime Skillet Breakfast  Heather at Girlichef

Morning Snack
This Is A Must Read Post
Cherry Scones and A Must Read Post  Melisa at Zompa


Lunch
Portobello Mushroom Burger  Maria at Joyful Stamper
Kickin Tater Salad   at I Savor The Week End
Rava Laddu  Paaka Shaale
Raspberry Sorbet  Jamie at Scattered Thoughts

Afternoon Snack
Oatmeal Caramel Bars  Karen at Trilogy Edibles

Dinner
Easy Veggie Salad   Leah at Beyer Beware
Grilled Tequila Lime Chicken  Liz at Fresh Plate
Scalloped Potatoes  Lyuba at Will Cook For Smiles
Amazing Asparagus  Danielle at Mostly Food and Crafts
Luscious Lemon Tart Lisa at Flour Me With Love

If You Helped To Fill My Plate Today Please Take The Red Plate Home
The Code Is On The Side Bar

Full Plate Thursday Background Story
When we were young and just starting out in life sometimes we did not have a lot of money. Most of our friends were having to stretch the dollars at the end of the month just like us. My girlfriends and I decided that we would pool our food for some of the evening meals right before payday... the last week of the month. I have some of the fondest memories from those days. We would all bring our food together and we had some great food and great fellowship. We would get the food on the table and everything ready, someone would bless the food and then the hostess would say "come fill your plate".
I have just a few suggestions before you leave your dish and fill your plate.
  • Link directly to YOUR RECIPE  and not to your web page.  
  • Scroll down to the button that says "click here to enter"
  • You will be asked to give your URL ( which will be your direct link to your post), the name of your recipe, and your email which we will not be able to see.
  • Then you will be asked to select a thumbnail from your post that will be uploaded to your entry.
  • Please include a link back to Full Plate Thursday, somewhere on your post. We will give you a gentle reminder if you forget...
  • Please leave me a comment before you leave the page and let me know that you are here, I want to be a good hostess.
  • Don't forget to visit with all the others, after all that is part of the fellowship that makes it so much fun, in addition to all the good food of course...
  • Grab The Full Plate Button if you like and take it home with you.
  • Now God Bless you and your food and everyone fill your plate!

Monday, June 20, 2011

Canning The Pickle Pot Pickles

Canned Pickle Pot Pickles
If you are a Pickle Pot Fan you are going to love this easy recipe for the Pickle Pot Pickles. I like to clean my Pickle Pot out about every three months and start over with fresh cucumbers and spices. However I am not about to throw away those great pickles, so one day I decided why not can them, just look how it turned out. We just love these pickles and so does everyone that I have given them to. I am very excited to share this new recipe with all of you today.
Canned Pickle Pot Pickles
Miz Helen's Kitchen
Makes One Pint
Pour 1 pint of the contents of the pickle pot into a medium sauce pan. Bring the pickle mixture to a full boil, then remove from the heat and pack into hot sterilized jar or jars. Process in a hot water bath for 10 minutes, remove from water bath and allow to cool. Make sure that the jar or jars are sealed before storing in a cool dry area.
I started this process last season and I gave some as Christmas Gifts and 1 jar I saved to open for my recent picnic, it was a  year old and it was delicious. This is one of the easiest canning recipes that I have ever made. I sure hope that you enjoy it as much as I have.
Now Try Not To Eat The Whole Jar At Once
Enjoy!!
I can't wait to hear about your Pickle Pots and your Canned  Pickle Pot Pickles. Hope that you are having a great summer day and  hope to see you at Full Plate Thursday!
Peace and Joy

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Whats For Dinner Next Week 6-20-11

What a wonderful week end we had with our friends at our annual picnic. It is always so good to see everyone and get to eat so much wonderful food. Everyone brings a side dish and they are the best cooks in this part of the country! Well we need to get moving with this menu before it gets to hot for me to be outdoors on this patio.


Monday
From The Garden
Veggie Plate Night
Fresh Green Beans
Roasted Corn with Herb Butter
Summer Squash Casserole

Lettuce and Tomato Salad
Strawberry Pie

Tuesday
Miz Helen's Chicken Salad
Miz Helen's Chicken Salad
Garlic Toast
Left Over
Strawberry Pie

Wednesday
Stuffed Peppers
Mashed Potatoes
Roasted Cream Corn
Sliced Tomatoes
Corn Bread
Brownies

Thursday
Stuffed Zucchini

Tossed Salad
Garlic Toast
The Summer Pie


Friday
Taco Bar
Make Your Own Taco's
Homemade Salsa
Tres Leche Cake with Ice Cream

Saturday
Off To The City
Going To A Birthday Party

Sunday
From Full Plate Thursday
Breakfast
Chocolate French Toast  Vivre
Morning Snack
Rhubarb Nut Bread  The Alchemist
Lunch
My Nutritious Salad   Lori at Always Learning
Broccoli Fettuccine Alfredo  Sarah at Fantastical Sharing of Recipes
Snickerdoodle Bundt Cake   Julie at  Little Bit of Every
Afternoon Snack
Watermelon Clone Sicles  Tadka Pasta
My next selection is like going home for me and if I could go home and have supper with my parents who are no longer with us, it might very well be some of these same dishes.
Thanks BJ for taking me home!
Comfort Foods  BJ at Sweet Nothings
A Special Treat For Jaque
Dog Biscuits Betty at Little Farm In The Big City

It is always so good to see you and spend time with you. I sure hope you will come back on Thursday and bring your favorite dish for Full Plate Thursday. Take care and we will see you soon!
Peace and Joy
Miz Helen
This Post Is Linked To:
Menu Plan Monday
Made By You Monday
Frugal Food
Workshop Wednesday
Friday Favorite Finds 

Friday, June 17, 2011

Miz Helen's Chicken Salad

Today I would like to  continue giving you some of my recipes that I make with the Roasted Chicken. Just about everyone has a favorite Chicken Salad. that always goes to the covered dish luncheons, the afternoon tea's, church socials and the old family stand by. This is my Chicken Salad recipe that has gone to all those places and the one that I reach for the most and is the most requested.

Miz Helen's Chicken Salad

We start the Chicken Salad with a nice Roasted Chicken.

Chop The Chicken
Chop The Apples and Celery
Chop The Grapes
Add The Dressing and Mix
Enjoy!
Miz Helen's Chicken Salad
Miz Helen's Kitchen
3 cups Roasted Chicken (breast meat) chopped
2 cups celery with leaves chopped
2 cups red delicious apple with peeling chopped
2 cups red or green grapes chopped
1 cup Sour Cream
1 cup Mayo
1 teaspoon fresh thyme leaves or dried thyme
1 teaspoon dill weed
1 teaspoon ground ginger
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon black ground pepper
dash cayenne pepper
Starting with a Chicken Breast from a Roasted Chicken, chop the chicken and add to  large mixing bowl.
Add the chopped celery, apple, and grapes. Mix well
Mix the sour cream, mayo, thyme, dill weed, ginger, salt, pepper and cayenne in a separate bowl .
Pour the sour cream mixture over the chicken mixture and mix well.
Refrigerate for at least 1 hour before serving.
Recipe Tip:
I like to serve it on a bed of  bib lettuce with a garnish of fresh fruit or in a large bowl for a crowd. This is also makes a great sandwich or a wonderful filling for cream puffs.

If you missed the last Roasted Chicken recipe it was this great  Honey Apple Chicken Salad Link

I sure am glad that you stopped by to have some Chicken Salad with me today and hope you enjoyed it. I hope to see you back here at the cottage real soon.
Peace and Joy,

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Full Plate Thursday 6-16-11


Thank You God It Rained!!! Hello everyone I am so happy to see you today! Welcome to Full Plate Thursday. I look forward to Thursday every week because we have so much fun together. I can't wait to see what you have brought to share this week. Thank you so much for coming to share your wonderful food with us and come back soon!
This Is How I Filled My Plate Last Week
Breakfast
Chocolate French Toast  Vivre
Morning Snack
Rhubarb Nut Bread  The Alchemist
Lunch
My Nutritious Salad   Lori at Always Learning
Broccoli Fettuccine Alfredo  Sarah at Fantastical Sharing of Recipes
Snickerdoodle Bundt Cake   Julie at  Little Bit of Every
Afternoon Snack
Watermelon Clone Sicles  Tadka Pasta
My next selection is like going home for me and if I could go home and have supper with my parents who are no longer with us, it might very well be some of these same dishes.
Thanks BJ for taking me home!
Comfort Foods  BJ at Sweet Nothings
A Special Treat For Jaque
Dog Biscuits Betty at Little Farm In The Big City
If You Helped Fill My Plate Then Please Take This Red Plate Home
The Code Is On The Side Bar

Full Plate Thursday Background Story
When we were young and just starting out in life sometimes we did not have a lot of money. Most of our friends were having to stretch the dollars at the end of the month just like us. My girlfriends and I decided that we would pool our food for some of the evening meals right before payday... the last week of the month. I have some of the fondest memories from those days. We would all bring our food together and we had some great food and great fellowship. We would get the food on the table and everything ready, someone would bless the food and then the hostess would say "come fill your plate".
I have just a few suggestions before you leave your dish and fill your plate.
  • Link directly to YOUR RECIPE  and not to your web page.  
  • Scroll down to the button that says "click here to enter"
  • You will be asked to give your URL ( which will be your direct link to your post), the name of your recipe, and your email which we will not be able to see.
  • Then you will be asked to select a thumbnail from your post that will be uploaded to your entry.
  • Please include a link back to Full Plate Thursday, somewhere on your post. We will give you a gentle reminder if you forget...
  • Please leave me a comment before you leave the page and let me know that you are here, I want to be a good hostess.
  • Don't forget to visit with all the others, after all that is part of the fellowship that makes it so much fun, in addition to all the good food of course...
  • Grab The Full Plate Button if you like and take it home with you.
  • Now God Bless you and your food and everyone fill your plate!

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Pickle Pot Time

We are going to the cucumber patch today and get some cucumbers to start a Pickle Pot. I like to start a new pickle pot every year. I cannot imagine not having a Pickle Pot in my refrigerator in the summertime. Everyone who comes here in the summer always heads for The Pickle Pot.  This was my Pickle Pot last year when I introduced The Pickle Pot to all of you.


Today we are preparing a Pickle Pot for several people and a new one for me, so lets get started. The hardest part of the Pickle Pot is waiting for them to be ready.

We Start With A Bed Of Onion Sprinkled With Salt

A Layer of Cucumber Sprinkled With Salt

Add The Pickle Spice

Repeat The Layers

Cover With Vinegar and Water

Cover Container and Refrigerate

Wait Two Weeks If You Can Then Enjoy!

The Pickle Pot
Miz Helen's Kitchen
1 Quart Glass Container
1 yellow onion sliced
3 cloves garlic
3 cups cucumber slices
2 teaspoons salt
2 tablespoons pickling  spice
White Vinegar to cover onions and pickles
Water to add to Vinegar
In a clean GLASS  container begin to layer with sliced onions, then sliced cucumbers. Sprinkle the top with 1/2 teaspoon salt and 1 pod of garlic. Repeat the layer and add 1 tablespoon of the pickling spice. Repeat the layer again ending with the last tablespoon of pickling spice and the remainder of the salt. Fill the container 3/4 of the way full with vinegar and 1/4 with water until the cucumbers and onions are completely covered. Seal the jar tightly and shake up and down to distribute the seasons. Place in the refrigerator for 2 weeks before serving, (if you can wait that long). As the Pickle Pot empties just add more cucumbers and onions and your Pickle Pot is always full all summer long.

I have a surprise for all of you Pickle Pot Lovers, just come back next Tuesday for a very special recipe for the Pickle Pot that I have developed for you. You will just love it!

I am so happy that you could come out and make Pickle Pots with us today, we had so much fun! Come back to see us really soon, we just love your visits.
Peace and Joy

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Whats For Dinner Next Week 6-13-11

Hi, come on back, we are at the Herb Garden Patio this morning having our morning coffee. I just love the smell of the  herbs in the morning breeze, it is so refreshing. Sit right down and have coffee with us and we will plan this menu for next week.

Monday
From The Roasted Chicken
Garlic Cheese Stix
Melon Slices

Tuesday
Baked Ham Slices
 Baked Ham Steak
Miz Helen's Kitchen
3 11/2 pound Ham Steaks
1/2 cup Brown Sugar
3 tablespoons Corn Starch
1/2 teaspoon Cayenne Pepper
1 teaspoon Cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon fresh ground Nutmeg
1/2 cup Honey
  • Mix together brown sugar, corn starch, Cinnamon, nutmeg, and Cayenne pepper. Add the honey and mix well.Layer the ham one on the other, cover the top of each ham steak with the honey mixture.Cover and bake 350 degrees for 1 hour.Option: The liquid can be drained and poured into a Sauce pan and reduced for a nice sauce to pour over the ham steaks.
Fresh Green Beans and New Potatoes
Green Tossed Salad
Cottage Bread
Strawberry Shortcake

Wednesday
With Left Over Ham
Southwest White Bean Stew
Southwest White Bean Stew
Miz Helen's Kitchen
1 pound bag Great Northern Dry Navy Beans
2 14 ounce cans  Diced Tomatoes and Green Chilies Medium or Hot
1 large onion chopped
3 cloves garlic minced
1 1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 cup fresh cilantro chopped
Option: 1 ham hock or 2 cups ham chopped  Sort through the beans making sure all the beans are good. Rinse the beans well.Bring the dry beans to a rolling boil in 8 cups of water. Boil for 2 minutes, cover and take off heat.Let the beans sit covered for 1 hour.Pour the beans and water (making sure you have 8 cups of water) into a slow cooker.Add the onion, garlic, tomatoes and green chilies.If you are adding the ham hock or chopped ham add it to the slow cooker at this time.Cook on high for 2 hours or low for 3 hours.At the end of the cooking time add the salt, pepper cumin and cilantro.Simmer for 20 minutes to allow the seasons to set.
    Serving The Stew With
    Hot Buttered Cornbread
     Chocolate Delight Dessert

    Thursday
    From Full Plate Thursday
    Its An Ice Cream Social
    Double Berry Bliss Cream  Miranda at Mangoes and Chutney
    Peach Ice Cream  Joy at Kitchen Flavors
    Pineapple Coconut Gelato  Patti at Comfy Cuisine
    Dulce De Licious  Vicki V at The Blest Nest

    Friday
    Garlicy Shrimp Ka Bobs
    Wild Rice 
    Steamed Asparagus
    Tossed Green Salad
    Mini Corn Muffins

    Saturday
    The Annual Friends Picnic
    Fun!

    Sunday
    Fathers Day
    Grilled Hickory Burgers
     Baked  Beans
    Potato Salad
    The White Cake
    The White Cake

    It was great spending time with you today. I have gathered this basket of herbs for you to take back to the city with you. Come back to see us real soon and hope to see you at Full Plate Thursday.
    Peace and Joy
    Miz Helen
    This Post Is Linked To:
    Made By You Monday
    Menu Plan Monday
    Workshop Wednesday
    Whats On The Menu Wednesday 
    Friday Favorite Finds 


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