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I made this traditional and very elegant Indian soup for the day after Christmas. It is warm, fragrant with spices, and rich with a bit of heavy cream. The recipe assumes you know how to cook by the seat of your pants as I do. Adjust to your taste. Serve with crusty, buttered bread. Better[...]
Family sing-alongs are fun. They encourage unity, can sometimes bring out the hambones in the unlikeliest family members, and create memories to last a lifetime. So print out this ready-made song list, gather the family, turn off the TV, shut down the electronics, and SING! Warning: For those sensitive souls, the rubber cigar verses are[...]
From A Catholic Woman’s Guide to Relationships, TAN Books, due in 2020 *** Mom was beautiful, smart, highly educated, and deeply devoted to the faith, but she and I bumped heads for decades. Where she was calm and of good Mid-west stock, I was a wild California girl. She was an introvert; I am an[...]
Since my blog is aptly named “Sweet Talk” it can’t hurt to post a much requested, holiday dessert recipe: my Grandmother Riley’s Famous Fruitcake. Since Grandma has passed, I can confess the tweaks I made in the version posted here: I changed out the citron for chopped dried apricots. They provide a nice (and[...]