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Pumpkins: for dogs and weight loss

 It’s February and I’m just getting to the pumpkin. I’m several weeks behind, but they are still excellent. In case you think pumpkins are only good for us, think again! They are good for dogs. Check out what I discovered: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ {Weight Loss: One website author has written about the benefits to a dog’s digestive and […]

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Sausage Recipes

I’m digging up recipes for sausage. I can’t help but think that I want to try everything. I think I will go crazy trying to decide what to make. First I want garlic sausage. I found this one for garlic Kielbasa that I’m curious about. NUMBER 1 5 lbs. Venison cut into 1 inch cubes. (I […]

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Spagetti Squash

Remember that I said the best place to store squash is behind your couch/sofa in your living room? There is one more consideration: What if your couch isn’t big enough? Well…consider them a decoration and let them spill out around and everywhere. Surely when the cost out of a store is like $2 per pound, […]

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Sherry’s Wild Spice Blend

              Sherry’s Wild Spice Blend 1 tablespoon powdered rosemary* 2 teaspoons powdered marjoram 1 tablespoon powdered  sage   1 teaspoon powdered ginger                                                                                                                                                                                                 2 tablespoons  finely rubbed  rubbed parsley                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1/2 teaspoons powdered thyme   4 tablespoons  brown sugar  2 teaspoons  pepper 1 tablespoon  powdered paprika                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ¼ teaspoon cayenne 2 tablespoons […]

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