Category: Tradition

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The Snow is Falling! The Snow is Falling!

… well, not quite yet, but we are quivering with anticipation! I would like to send a shout out to Jill and my other Northern friends for potentially sending me one last snow hoorah down here...

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Syrian Bread, The King of Breads – Recipe

When I awoke and entered the kitchen as a child to find four sheets, a plastic backed table cloth, and the powder blue bedspread that had the little popcorn-ball looking puffs on it all sitting patiently...

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Kibbee Recipe (or for the Unfamiliar, Lebanese Meatloaf)

Alright Curry clan and Lugar clan … come with me on a journey long, long ago – to the Christmases of our past – in Johnstown, Pennsylvania – in the 1970’s…were there any better...

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Refrigerator Cocoa Snowballs

Like so many families, Christmas cookies are a holiday tradition in our household, and the more the merrier! I believe I mentioned in a previous post, I ask my children what foods do we...

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Fruitcake -Friend or Foe

When I hear the word fruitcake, two vivid images come to mind. The first one is the solid, square brick of a fruitcake that comes in a plastic-lined paper box that is sold in...

My 10 Favorite Christmas Carols 0

My 10 Favorite Christmas Carols

Much to the frustration of my 12-year-old son, I am one of those people that just cannot get enough Christmas. Although I have always been this way,  it definitely seems to be getting more...

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Christmas Letters, Is 2016 the Year???

Dear 2016, Where did you go?!?! It seems like just yesterday we were welcoming you in as the New Year. Alas, as each year passes and I grow (ever so slightly) older, time goes...

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Gobs … You Know You’re from Western Pennsylvania if …

Johnstown, Pennsylvania – my hometown – is known for many things. There are the beautiful rolling mountains; its world famous floods of 1889, 1936, and 1977; Glosser Brothers Department Store; the legend of Morley’s dog;...

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Low-Carb/No Sugar/Ketogenic (LCHF) Twists on Classic Thanksgiving Favorites

I come by my desire to feed others honestly. Whether it was the Curry side or the Lugar side, we show our love for others by feeding them LOTS of homemade foods passed down...

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A Kernel of Thanks

No matter where we have lived up and down the east coast of the United States, as far north as Vermont and as far south as Virginia, November embodies a season of change and...

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