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  • Posted 11/05/2009 05:11:34 EST

    Greetings again, A friend of mine in Maine just discovered the North End and is aching to return, but doesn't know where to focus.  Any ideas, suggestions and insights for the 'real' North End experie more »

  • Forum Post: Apple Cake recipe

    Posted 11/05/2009 05:09:39 EST

    Greetings again, A friend of mine in Maine just discovered the North End and is aching to return, but doesn't know where to focus.  Any ideas, suggestions and insights for the 'real' North End experie more »

  • Forum Post: Apple Cake recipe

    Posted 11/05/2009 05:05:28 EST

    YOU'RE  WELCOME!  Happy Eating. Haven't checked in for a while.... Will stay tuned for Holiday ideas! Flour Lady In Response to Re: Apple Cake recipe: [QUOTE]Dear Flower Lady; I remember Irish Indian more »

  • Posted 10/04/2009 10:52:22 EDT

    Hello, My neighbor has been making dolls for 20-30 years? She has traditionally made them for her own enjoyment, and after a couple of weeks of displaying them on her bookshelf or sideboard, they go i more »

  • Posted 10/04/2009 10:31:15 EDT

    Thank you for the welcoming reception. I really owe my contributions to my neighbor G.G., so it's a 'package deal'. I print out the postings and bring them over to her. Nothing like a good ole' fashio more »

  • Posted 10/04/2009 02:26:48 EDT

    Thanks for the tip.  Valuable information for sure and good background info for your crock pot recipe. Flour LadyI n Response to Re: Need menu suggestions for family luncheon. Cost effective for 20 pe more »

  • Posted 09/29/2009 11:35:28 EDT

    Kiss
    Here is G.G.'s latest doll that she made. 'Maria' the Flamenco dancer.

    more »

  • Posted 09/29/2009 09:59:41 EDT

    Gotta LOVE baked beans....no matter how you cook 'em! We've done them all sorts of ways, including the 'bean hole' in the ground.  Thank you for your crock pot recipe. It will come in handy. My 97 yea more »

  • Posted 09/29/2009 09:41:27 EDT

    I used to make these when the kids were younger, and yes it's delicious. Will remember to do these again, as it has been years. I could use lowfat cottage cheese, add some seasoned bread crumbs and an more »

  • Posted 09/29/2009 09:33:31 EDT

    YUM, Jumbalaya would be great too. Especially with Maine shrimp, they taste like candy.  Turkey would work too... Thank you, Flour Lady In Response to Re: Need menu suggestions for family luncheon. Co more »

  • Posted 09/29/2009 09:31:43 EDT

    I did notice many recipes from Irish Indian in G.G.'s collection. I'll have a look and see what else jumps out. Maybe I can photograph the original newspaper clipping and post it? Not sure if it will more »

  • Posted 09/29/2009 09:22:02 EDT

    Hello Everyone! Amazing wave of suggestions, thank you to one and all.  Your inspirations evolved into other menu ideas for the two weeks I had a FULL house  with all of our three boys home from 'too more »

  • Posted 09/17/2009 12:27:04 EDT


    BEST Clam Cakes
    Ken's in Scarborough, Maine

    BEST Fish Chowder
    Huot's, Camp Ellis, Maine

    go to  http://www.mainetraditions.com for more under local eats? or something like that. more »

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    Posted 09/17/2009 11:32:55 EDT

    Howdy, Having a family gathering on Sunday.  Could use some tasty, simple and low budget ideas on how to feed 20 people and still have time to visit with everyone. I know...casseroles are always a win more »

  • Forum Post: Apple Cake recipe

    Posted 09/17/2009 11:25:36 EDT

    Greetings, G.G.'s collection is filed in a series of photo albums. Each album is designated to a specific topic. There are quite a few, I think maybe 9? or more. She may have mentioned there were 12 o more »

  • Forum Post: Apple Cake recipe

    Posted 09/17/2009 11:15:27 EDT

    Here is an Apple Cake recipe from G.G.'s old time collection from the column. She wrote them out in long hand for me to transcribe into this post. (I love seeing people's handwriting.)  I should scan more »

  • Forum Post: Apple Cake recipe

    Posted 09/13/2009 08:47:21 EDT

    Hi ToyTrumpet, Just getting back to the forum and found your post. Will try to get to G.G.'s tomorrow to copy the recipe you requested. I'll post it here for sure. I think it's great that she gets to more »

  • Forum Post: Apple Cake recipe

    Posted 09/04/2009 09:05:17 EDT

    My neighbor with the extensive 50 yr. collection of recipes from C.C. looked through her books for an Apple Cake recipe. If one of these sounds right, I'll head over to her house to copy it for you.  more »

  • Posted 09/04/2009 08:28:52 EDT

    Nice to hear from you.  Sorry to say that I only recently became aware of C.C. through my neighbor. She is such a whirlwind of activity that the recipe books and her dedication to them was lost in the more »

  • Posted 09/04/2009 03:58:59 EDT

    Greetings to All, I am writing to you about my neighbor, a 50+yr. faithful veteran of clipping recipes from the Boston Globe's Confidential Chat column, before it went digital.  She just turned 78 yrs more »

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