A belated Christmas Gift

Published December 30, 2015 by lynn k scott

I have this awesome neighbor who is gracious enough to help watch the lil miss on her school breaks.

In addition to going to parks and hikes, they frequent a thrift store that allows kids to get free books.  In a recent trip there, my daughter picked up this book for me as a belated Christmas gift.

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What the lil miss didn’t know, was when I was in my late teens and early 20s, I loved Better Homes and Gardens.  They had the best recipes.

This book may be a bit before my time, but it is like a trip through culinary history.  Inside the cover were these recipe clippings. 

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They are mini treasures from a time when you didn’t have to count every calorie.  Just a good old-fashioned dessert to be enjoyed with family.

It was a delightful surprise!

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