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August 25, 2009


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I love how unique your recipes are. Will give this a shot...along with the ginger one's which I intend to make tomorrow :) ...I just love the simple unpretentious cuteness of your blog. Pictures are gorgeous too...I'm a fan :)

Sassy Molassy

I simply love just the name of these cookies. So freakin' cute and love the pic of you and your mom!


I made these for our turn at hosting the St. James Coffee Hour and they were a HUGE hit!
Love them, and nice to see them again.

Megan@Feasting on Art

I love icebox cookies and those aprons. This post is new to me, I did not get a chance to go through all of your posts before they disappeared. It is nice to put a face to the blog!

I replied to your comment on my site but I wanted to say it here too...congratulations on the little one! How exciting. I can't wait to see baby food recipes on here!


Uncle Bob and your cousin Tammy will be here on Sunday, think I'll make these for dessert and serve with ice cream. I wonder if Bob will remember Grandma making these cookies?


These LOOK exactly like ones my grandmother used to make. I will have to try them soon. Thanks!

Murasaki Shikibu

"The charm of many of the church ladies’ recipes, including Grandma’s, is that they use very simple ingredients, never forcing you to hunt down imported liquors that you’ll never use again, or a specific type of ladyfinger that you can only find at one shop in town."

I like this, because I kind of live in an area where some things are easy to get but other ingredients are a nightmare! Anyway love your vintage aprons. They are really cute.


Mommy- thanks for the nice words! An unpretentious tone is defiantly a goal while writing my posts.

Megan- Thanks! I guess you know me pretty well already, since I already have visions of making my own baby food at home. Then again, we'll just see how much energy and motivation I have when that time comes...

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