Monthly Archives: July 2013

Raspberry-Red Currant Jelly

We have had a month of hot weather and the garden is thriving in the heat. We picked the last of the fava beans this week and some zucchini, along with lots of basil. The okra and Roma flat green … Continue reading

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Sour Cherry Pie

It is now sour cherry season here. As I have mentioned in previous posts using sour cherries (see rhubarb cherry jam and sour cherry semifreddo), we buy 25- to 30-pound buckets of Utah sour cherries with sugar, break them down … Continue reading

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Potato and Chicken Salad

Summer is the ideal time for potato salad. This recipe came about when I had leftover roast chicken from a family get together that needed to be used along with some potatoes. Now my kids ask for it this way. … Continue reading

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Bottled Apricots in Almond Syrup

This blog is two years old today. When I first thought about blogging I was reluctant to do so because there are so many gifted bloggers with great recipes. However, with my husband’s encouragement, and because I wanted to have … Continue reading

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