Monthly Archives: January 2011

Angel Chicken Pasta

This recipe is so incredibly easy, but tastes elegant enough to impress company.  I found it on AllRecipes.  Here is the link: http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Angel-Chicken-Pasta/Detail.aspx The original recipe says to use 6 chicken breasts for 6 servings, but we can’t eat that much. … Continue reading

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Guide to Baking/Cooking At High Altitudes

For those of you not familiar with Flagstaff, we sit in the mountains of northern Arizona at an elevation of 7000 ft. (about 2300 m.) above sea level.  This can make for some interesting baking (and cooking to a lesser … Continue reading

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Some stitching

Here are some of my cross stitchings.

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Jacob’s Ladder

I made this quilt for my oldest daughter.  It took me 3 years to complete because I hand quilted it and wouldn’t work on it in the summer.  It was just too hot on my lap.  

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Signs in Flagstaff, AZ

If you haven’t already figured it out, I have a thing for signs.  But only for unusual signs or old ones on the sides of buildings.  Your run-of-the-mill sign doesn’t make the cut.  Here are a few from my town.

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Crepes for breakfast

I found such a good (and easy) crepe recipe.  I found it on the top 10 list for 2010 on AllRecipes.com.  It was submitted by JennyC819.  If you want to go there then click here: http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Basic-Crepes/Detail.aspx or you can just read … Continue reading

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Signs in Colorado

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