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Read the story of Tipsy, a golden cat with a heart of gold.

A fingerprint? Is this proof of God, an accident, a natural phenomenon- or a giant conspiracy?  Watch this video and make up your mind.

Read about the lion and the lamb, from the late Hilda Graham; Is There A Cure?

Celebrate Easter with a Bunny Cake from Betty Crocker.

Unforgettable Easter Sunday by the late contributor, Hilda Graham. A tale you will enjoy.

If you're serving the traditional Easter lamb and have leftovers, it would be a shame to waste those leftovers and a near-sin to simply serve them reheated as is, with no embellishments. Try Lamb Florentine or Arabian Lamb instead!

Remember that Thursday it will be St. Patrick's day.  Celebrate the Green! This dish is easy; it takes very little work and is incredibly satisfying in cold weather.  Corned Beef and Cabbage Boil!
 

If you live in Florida or other sub-tropical climate, you may have a hibiscus bush; if you don't, you should.  They produce spectacular large blooms, some double, some single, each beautiful in their own way.  They range from yellow to salmon, to fiery red, pink, white with red throats, and even ivory that tinges with pink as the day goes on. Many people don't realize they make a healthful tasty drink too, hot or cold.  Try Hibiscus Tea.

 

Any easy recipe that gets people to eat the unexpected and nutritious is a blessing.  You'll be surprised at the tastiness of this dish.  Carrot Soup!

You've been told not to wash your vegetables before storing, but sometimes they are so dirty...and you don't know where they've been or who has handled them.  Here's a way to wash them without increasing spoilage - in fact, it promotes longer healthier life.

Kale is one of nature's powerhouses of nutrition.  Maybe you are fortunate to have children and family members who will eat kale and other dark greens with gusto.  Maybe they will eat it one day but bypass leftovers the next day.  Or perhaps they won't eat them at all.  Pity if this is the case, as they are one of nature's treasures!  Here's a recipe almost any will eat - for breakfast!  Even on the way out the door.  Kale Burgers!

Like many people, I have both an aversion and an allergy to many artificial scents.  This includes most sprays, candles, incense, wicks and aromatherapy oils. For centuries, people used natural aromatherapy without calling it that.  You can too.  Here's some natural suggestions for when and how to use this spirit-healing aid:  Aromatherapy!

I was very touched by an article in the Miami Herald, reprinted from the Baltimore Sun, by Erin Heilman;  "I, Millennial".  It's worth reading.  I was immediately transported years back when we had some of the same yearnings, listening to John Lennon's "Imagine".

As we head into what promises to be a "down and dirty" election, remember this Scot author's acerbic comment:   "He uses statistics as a drunken man uses lamp posts - for support rather than illumination."  -- Andrew Lang (1844-1912)

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Chilled?  Worn out from wading through, driving in or shoveling snow?  We have the cure: this delicious, warming and nutritious potato soup!   Several times when we were young, broke, and expecting company for dinner, I fixed a big pot of this soup.  With homemade bread, or a French baguette or Cuban bread, a big boiled Georgia style sausage and maybe sliced or wedged cheddar cheese, the meal never failed to cause raves and compliments.  Great on a cold and rainy or windy evening, perhaps with a salad, it's quick and easy to prepare.

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What are your REAL chances of dying or being injured in a terrorist attack?  Take this quiz and judge for yourself.

Is there anyone that doesn't love sweets?  They are so good, but most are not good for the body.     Here's one with a difference. Healthier Chocolate Pudding; yum!

Here is a touching poem Charlie Chaplin wrote when he was 79 years old, which makes a good New Year's resolution too.

Puerto Ricans make a traditional drink at Christmas that's somewhat like eggnog but better.  It's seriously habit-forming - not because of the alcohol but because of the flavor.  So here's a non-alcoholic compromise, and you can make it in minutes. Coquito Pudding!

As a side dish for your Christmas feast, try Corn Pudding.  It's creamy, tasty and habit forming.

De-stressing the Holidays...? The Best Decoration is a Shining Clean Home!

Indigestion?  Or just want to prevent it over the holidays (and every day!)  Here's some smart info by an expert.

It's early for Christmas, but listen to this like you've never heard it before:  Hallelujah!


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