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We are really into winter now. It's time to use the treasures we put by at harvest time - all the varied foods we canned, preserved and put by in the freezer.
February is the month we celebrate Black History Month and the birthdays of
Presidents. It seems appropriate, too, to enjoy the foods served in the White House.
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Give gifts from the heart this Valentine's Day
(ARA) - Everyone knows the standard Valentine's Day gifts: flowers and chocolates. But if you really want to express what's in your heart, think a little harder about what you're going to give.
While those tried-and-true gifts are certainly nice, think of them as an accompaniment to the main event - a gift that reflects the personality of the recipient, and which shows that you put thought and creativity into your gift.
Before you set out on a shopping trip, take a moment to think about your gift recipient's favorite things, whether it's a charitable cause, an author or a hobby. If you can, try to plan an afternoon with your loved one and, over lunch or an excursion, see if you can pick up some ideas. Make mental notes, write them down when you have a moment, and then hit the shops. But if you aren't able to connect for some time together, consider using these ideas and adapting them to your fit your Valentine.
Classic Supper for 4:
Mushroom Nut Pate, Easy Scampi, Broiled Tomatoes, Creamy Vinaigrette
w/Salad greens & Chocolate fondue
Family Dinner for
4 - 6
: Stuffed Mushrooms, Barbecued Pork Chops, Brunede Kartofler(Sugar
Browned Potatoes), Raw Applesauce & Cherry Ice Cream
Vegetable Kabobs Meal:
Lamb and Vegetable Kabobs, Artichoke
Salad, & Almond Rice
: Spaghetti Squash with Meat Sauce, Cauliflower
Salad, Cheese-Herb Loaf
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