For Christmas 1968, when I was 10, my Aunt Loveta & Uncle Red, Shelley and Terry gave me this book for Christmas. I loved it. I used it when the urge to cook hit me. There are stains on the pages that must have been my favorite recipes.
I am entering this post into Rednesday, over at It's A Very Cherry World, hosted by Sue. Thanks, Sue! Please go over there when you are done here to see all kinds of neat red things, many of them vintage. Click here!
Well, Lady Katherine left me a wonderful comment, and invited me to submit this post to Tea Time Tuesday, to help us remember to encourage our children to cook ... and perhaps even practice setting up some tea for us! Please take a look at today's entries over at her wonderful blogsite, Lady Katherine's Tea Parlor.
And then, I thought, well this is a tabletop meme, so I'd best join in on Marty's Table Top Tuesday, so please visit over there too when you get a minute. There are always beautiful things to enjoy and get inspired by at A Stroll Through Life.
P.S. - The fake red peppers and the fake red roses are just to cheer up all you blends who are stuck in that blizzard. I hope it ends soon!
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