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Blueberry Peach Ginger Crumble

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My friend Christina is  one of those remarkable women who successfully juggles, well, everything. She works outside the home and has all but raised three lovely people (smocking the girls’ dresses no less) – no small feat in this fast–paced, highly demanding time we live in. She’s also a wonderful wonderful cook who entertains with […]

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Very Berry Mini Pies ~ BakeTogether

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Welcome to the second year of #Baketogether! I’m not one of those folks that gets into all the those “stats”and such. Truth told.. my brain is to small to  really understand it all anyway so if you are looking forward to reading about which post was the most popular, exactly how many folks participated and […]

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#baketogether ~ Strawberry Sorbet Takes a Journey

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Heading into August seems like the perfect time to round up all the FAB #baketogether ~ Sorbet YOUR WAY posts. This will give us all cooling inspiration for what’s always the hottest month of the year.. Maybe we can all take refuge in each others frozen wonders.. and may the fans and ACs keep on […]

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Blueberry-Peach Crisp

Blueberry-Peach Crisp June 7, 2010

The beginnings of summer fruit and berries are rolling into my area and I, for one, am eager to dig in to all that’s offered. When it comes to baking fruit desserts, I like to keep the flavors and preparations nice and simple. This way, I let the fruit be the star of the show […]

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Glazed Lemon Cornmeal Cake with Crushed So-Co Blueberry Compote

Glazed Lemon Cornmeal Cake May 19, 2010

It’s blueberry season here in So-Co (aka Southern Connecticut ~ hey..just trying to be hip like NOLA and So-Cal) and I just can’t get enough of these giant, button-sized, no, QUARTER -sized beauties. I’ve put up a few jars, eaten ‘em out-of-hand, in salads, in pies – hand and regular, in muffins and “Laurie” buckles […]

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