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Author Archives: velikova

How to Cook Baby Back Ribs In the Oven

How to Cook Baby Back Ribs In the Oven Don’t have a grill? Time to reevaluate your life. Kidding—we’ve got you covered. Here’s how to cook baby back ribs in the oven, if you’re grill-less at a rental house, or your grill is too busy making amazing Brussels sprouts, or if you just don’t feel … Continue reading »

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Stars of Africa

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Antique Quilt

Pretty!  

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Truth!

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Leftover Ham Bone Soup with Potatoes and Cabbage

Leftover Ham Bone Soup with Potatoes and Cabbage If you’re making a big bone-in ham for the holidays this year, don’t throw away the leftover ham bone once all the meat’s been cut off. It’s a key ingredient in this soup that adds instant flavor with minimal effort! Ingredients cooking spray ½ cup chopped onion … Continue reading »

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Sun-Dance

Another beautiful quilt!

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Cinnamon Star Bread

Cinnamon Star Bread Welcome to our holiday Bakealong challenge! This pull-apart style sweet bread is a show-stopping riff on a classic cinnamon bun. As it bakes, the cinnamon-sugar filling caramelizes and gives the bread a wonderfully sweet and crunchy coating, while the interior remains soft and tender. It’s a holiday breakfast treat that will disappear … Continue reading »

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Truth?

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Happy Valentine’s Day

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Snake in the Valley

Looking through old quilt magazines. Shout out to article on a lovely lady named Mildred Carathers. She made this lovely Snake in the Valley quilt at some point in her life! She is possibly no longer with us, but I am glad her work was commemorated by the magazine!

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