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Antiquing and Estate Sales

Last Saturday I went to Pine Bluff with Ruth Ellen. She had a party to go to, so she took me by the antique store for a couple of hours. I found a few things there. I got a cut … Continue reading

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Little Rock Estate Sales

A couple of weeks back I was invited to go with a friend to some estates sales. Well, sir, I have slept since then and can’t remember where I got what. But, I do know one was a Roy Dudley … Continue reading

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W.N.S. March 15 – Beef Stroganoff

W.N. S. -I looked up beef stroganoff on the web. To make it from scratch was almost the same as from the box of Hamburger Helper. I voted for the box. The box has 2 packages of spices and 2 … Continue reading

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W.N.S. – Chicken Spaghetti – March 1

For Wednesday Nite Supper on March 2,  I wanted to make Mama’s Chicken Spaghetti. I found the recipe I thought I was supposed to use, but it was a tomato based spaghetti. I was looking for the mushroom/cheese based recipe … Continue reading

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Two Good Estate Sales in Little Rock

Last Thursday my antique dealer friend called to see if I wanted to go early to stand in line for the opening of a sale done by the Pennsylvania Trading Company. There was something he wanted that was really priced … Continue reading

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W.N.S. Feb 1- Lasagna and the Fixings

Wednesday Night Supper, or as I call it, W.N.S., was lasagna. This was the first time I had bought a frozen thing for W.N.S. to just heat up.  I usually do everything from scratch. I had corn on the cob, … Continue reading

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W.N.S. Jan. 25- Ham and Beans

For W.N.S. (Wednesday Night Supper) on February 1, I fixed a crockpot of pinto beans and ham, ham, hash brown potatoes, broccoli and cheese, cauliflower, relish tray, and stuffed celery. Dianna brought a fruit salad, and Martha made cornbread. This … Continue reading

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