A Cookery Book with a Story

Mary Poppins is a magical English Nanny who happens to travel on the East Wind. She first appeared in print in 1934. Over the next 54 years Mary would appear in eight different books, beginning with the original Mary Poppins story and ending in 1988 with Mary Poppins and the House Next Door.

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What the Heck is Welsh Rarebit?

Did you know that today is National Welsh Rarebit Day? For those of you living outside of America, or for those who have traveled or experienced the world in a big way, then you know that this isn’t a weird spelling for Rabbit, and that Welsh Rarebit has nothing to do with eating a bunny.

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Egg-In-A-Hole Avocado Toast for National Toast Day

Today is National Toast Day. Just how creative can you get with toast? As a fan of Avocados, I for one was glad to see the Avocado Toast craze we enjoyed a while back. It was amazing to see all the different ways there were to spread avocados on toasted bread.

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Can We Talk?

A few years ago, my sister (a volunteer with the Meals on Wheels program) gave me a cookbook, “Made with Love – Meals on Wheels Family Cookbook”. It contains recipes from famous people in all walks of life, including celebrities and First Ladies.  Proceed from the sale of the book go to support Meals on Wheels and their fight to end Elderly hunger in America.

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