Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rhubarb Pie

One little thing can revive a guy, and that is a piece of rhubarb pie Serve it up, nice and hot Maybe things aren’t as bad as you thought. Momma’s little baby loves rhubarb rhubarb, Be-Bop-A-Re-Bop Rhubarb Pie Originally: Rhubarb … Continue reading

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Cinnamon Bread

Cool weather returns at last. Let the baking begin. Originally: Cinnamon Bread

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Gang’s All Here

It occurs to me I never posted the chick transition into full fledged back yard residents. So here they are, old birds and new. They don’t yet mix in the yard, but at least they will roost together. While the … Continue reading

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It’s Chili Season!

’nuff said.

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Free Marshmallow with Every Purchase

At some point, I won’t feel compelled to take a picture of every capture. But not yet. Originally: Free Marshmallow with Every Purchase

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Septic Tank Hunt

The fun part of getting one’s septic tank pumped is digging holes until you find the cover. Originally: Septic Tank Hunt

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Peach Pie

Ten bucks for a box of peaches at the farmers market this weekend. Let’s have some pie! Originally: Peach Pie

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Today’s Catch

The new chicks (now at eleven weeks) will be moving into the yard this weekend. Until there is some flock acceptance, the new birds will roost low enough to be within reach of the night patrol. So a little pre-emptive … Continue reading

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Riddle of the Door

Q: What do you get when someone installs an interior door on an exterior wall? A: A new door. Originally: Riddle of the Door

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Muscadine Jelly

I’d never heard of Muscadine grapes until I moved South. Now I can’t get enough of them. They are fun to eat by squeezing the pulp out of the skin, but I couldn’t pass up making a little jelly to … Continue reading

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