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Come to Mama Sausage Dip, for most of your bartering needs

I’ve been told there’s a big football game on this weekend. Frankly, I couldn’t care less. If my Steelers aren’t playing, I’d just as soon curl up with Jamie Fraser, I mean, a good book. But that means my husband … Continue reading

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Flirting with the flu

So, this happened recently…   Maybe my “winter blues” are more serious than I thought. But on the bright side, it’s good blog fodder. Join me In The Powder Room today to hear the rest of that story. Surprisingly it’s … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Pot Pie

You’ve probably already gobbled up all of your Thanksgiving leftovers by now. But on the odd chance that you have a few left and are sick of turkey sandwiches, I wanted to share with you one of my favorite ways … Continue reading

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The art of making perfect turkey gravy

I’m reaching into the archives today for my world* famous gravy recipe! You can thank me later. *and by world, I mean family, and by family, I mean the handful of my husband’s voracious kin whom I can’t seem to … Continue reading

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Carla’s Corn Casserole

Are you looking for a rich, buttery, holiday side dish that people will be talking about (in a good way) for years to come? Well, look no further. I have the world’s easiest, most scrumptious, stick to your ribs casserole … Continue reading

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It’s all gravy.

My turkey gravy rocks. Ask anyone. Follow this recipe and yours will too.* May I present, The Art of Making Perfect Turkey Gravy, in four parts: 1.) The Turkey Stock Sure, you could use store bought stock, but why would … Continue reading

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