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Feb 16, 2010 8:42 PM CST
Name: Trisha
Washington State
You can do almost anything for 15 m
You just reminded me of another item.....My husbands grandmother, then his mother made the most wonderful sweet pickles, and I normally do not care for Sweet pickles. MIL has decided that at age 82 she isn't doing that any longer. I think I must get the recipe from her as the entire family down to the youngest grand child has been disappointed to find no Pickles at Christmas time.

I love making my own flavored oils and vinegars. I will be so happy when our farmers market opens again...then we know or sure spring has arrived and summer is on the way.

This areas Cougars Gold is one of my favorite cheeses but quite our local supermarket, of all places, has started to stock some very nice imported English and Irish cheeses that I must say I like very well. But a good cheese, a good farm loaf and a nice glass of wine has always been one of my favorite meals.
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