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    It's Monday afternoon, and a cool, overcast, rainy, Autumn day. I worked all weekend so worked a couple of hours early this morning and am taking the rest of the day off. I'm not, normally, a huge soup fan, but when the weather gets like this I find myself, occasionally, craving a bowl of soup...
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    Well, it was another fun-filled, Fall weekend in our house. On Saturday, my daughter and I had a father/daughter day. We headed down to Milwaukee to see the "Discover the Dinosaurs" exhibit at the State Fairgrounds. My daughter loves dinosaurs so she had a blast seeing all her favorites come to...
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    You kick at the leaves fiery and brittle they skitter scatter away from you as you go down the path away from me and for a moment my heart tightens as i see You away from me and you turn and skitter scatter pitter patter back to me away from me and back again and i brace myself for a lifetime of...
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    The envoys of fall arrive to greet us well before the autumnal equinox. Gourds, which include pumpkins, winter squash, and those warty, odd-shaped decorative miniatures, begin showing up in supermarkets and roadside stands in late summer. Appearing even before the leaves start changing...
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    According to an Irish myth, one day a man known as "Stingy Jack" for his miserly inclinations had a drink with the devil. True to his name, Jack convinced the devil to transform himself into a coin in order to pay for the drinks. The devil did so but Jack kept the coin for himself. He placed...
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    This delicious recipe for Pears in Syrup is from a manuscript cookbook dating to circa 1450 (Harleian MS. 4016). These pears make a perfect dessert for a hearty autumn or winter feast! Present individual servings in crystal glasses to show off the exquisite color of the sauce. ( stands for the...
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