Author Archives: Suzanne S. Barnhill

Vampire Protection

I’ve been casting about for another recipe to post, and eventually I’ll come up with something, but meanwhile here is something that is more instructions than actual recipe. We just call it “Spinach-Garlic Tofu” (though it could equally well be … Continue reading

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Bluff Neighborhood Construction Report 6-25-17

Just a few more photos of the only construction site I’m still actively monitoring. 352 N. Summit Street The front porch has been screened. Here’s how it appears from the street and from the entry (the door has not yet … Continue reading

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Green Beans with Sour Cream Dressing

This is another “trousseau” recipe but one I haven’t made for many years because of difficulty in getting the ingredients. It makes a really pretty dish for a “ladies’ luncheon” or to take to a party, but it requires “vertical … Continue reading

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Bluff Neighborhood Construction Report 6-18-17

I thought I had written the last of these reports, but this weekend 252 N. Bayview was unlocked, so I have a few more photos to share. 352 N. Summit Street Framing has been added for a screened portion of … Continue reading

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Sweet and Sour Cherries

Although this “trousseau” recipe is specifically for cherries, I use the basic recipe to make a delicious dressing for any kind of fruit or fruit salad. Sweet and Sour Cherries 1 pint sour cream½ cup sugar (I use Demerara)1 teaspoon … Continue reading

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Manicotti-Style Tortillas

The recipe card on which this is typed indicates that it came from Good Housekeeping. Although there are numerous recipes online for “Mexican Manicotti” (most with Tex-Mex ingredients, including, in some cases, corn tortillas), the recipe for “Lazy Boy Manicotti” … Continue reading

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Honey Pumpkin Pie

This is another “trousseau” recipe, found in the loose-leaf recipe notebook I created before I was married. I will say at the outset that it is a ridiculously impractical recipe because it calls for a quantity of evaporated milk that … Continue reading

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