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Friday, November 7, 2008

The Dream & Apple cake recipe

The dream

Apple cake recipe by~Jacek Yerka
please see more art here

My your stuffing be tasty,
May your turkey be pump,
may your potatoes & gravy
have nary a lump.
may your yams be delicious
and your pies take the prize,
and may your
Thanksgiving dinner stay off your thighs!

The first Thanksgiving meal consisted of deer, corn, shellfish, roasted meat and cranberries.
Englishmen didn’t even call themselves Pilgrims.Believe it or not, the settlers didn't have silver buckles on their shoes. Nor did they wear somber, black clothing. Their attire was actually bright and cheerful. Many portrayals of this harvest celebration also show the Native Americans wearing woven blankets on their shoulders and large, feathered headdresses, which is not true.It wasn't until 1863, when President Abraham Lincoln declared two national Thanksgivings; one in August to commemorate the Battle of Gettysburg and the other in November to give thanks for "general blessings."

Why is water Dripping from underneath my eaves?
The solution is to increase attic insulation levels while also boosting attic ventilation. Both these changes serve to lower the temperature of the outer roof surface, reducing or eliminating the formation of the ice berm.

Cranberry Salad recipe
1 can 14oz sweet condensed milk
1/4C. lemon Juice
1can (20oz) crushed pinapple,drained
1can(16 ox) whole-cranberry sauce
2cups miniature marshmallows
1/2 C. chopped walnuts or pecans
1 carton (8oz) frozen whipped topping thawed
inbowl,combine milk,lemon juice mix well
Stir in the pineapple, cranberry sauce, marshmallows, pecans and food coloring. Fold in whipped topping. Spoon into a 13 x 9 x 2 baking dish. Freeze until firm, 4 hours or overnight. Cut into squares. Yield: 12 to 16 servings.

Have a wonderful day!


Anonymous said...

Love those pics...very cool. And the Cranberry Salad recipie sounds yummy! I'm ready for Thanksgiving now! Aren't you!? Great job on the blog hon :-)

Ed said...

Thanks again Ginger, for loads of info and brill recipes - I want to try the apple cake. I collect old plates and glass paperweights and minerals and hubby has a small collection of thimbles (will take some photos next week and put them on one of my blogs - shall leave you a link xx)

Lisa & Gerald said...

Hey Ginger girl!
Have a great weekend!