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November 2014



Happy Thanksgiving! Menu?

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Today is our Thanksgiving Day. We are planning for family and friends to start showing up around lunch time today and will stay with us all day. Some people may even stay all night with us. This morning my husband has the yard and porch all set up and ready for the over flow of people we are expecting to start showing up. I am very excited and buzzing around making sure everything it ready.   Yesterday I started cooking so I can just enjoy everyone’s company today. What I am adding to our Thanksgiving Day Feast? 1 Baked Ham, sliced 1 Roasted Turkey (15 lbs) with dressing 1 large bowl of Collards 1 large bowl of Turnips greens with the roots 1 Lemon Pound Cake 1 Chocolate Cake with Peanut Butter Icing 2 Egg Custard pies Fresh Kumquats, Tangerines, Apples and Bananas 1 plater of sliced onions, tomatoes, pickles 1 saucer with homemade Cranberry Sauce 4 Jugs of Sweet Tea The coffee Pot will be working over time today too. I just hope someone brings paper plates so we don’t have a lot of dishes to wash. What are your plans for today? After eating our midday meal, we […]



May 2013



10 Reason to Eat Blackberries

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It is Blackberry Season here on Sunnyside Lane Hobby Farm. Did you know that just one cup of blackberries has only 62 calories, 15 carbs, 1 gram fat, 8 grams fiber, 1 gram sodium and 2 grams protein?  Blackberries are listed in the top ten super foods that contain antioxidants. Blackberries are jammed with polyphenols which help in the fighting heart disease and cancer. Blackberries have anthocyanin. This is an antioxidant that causes the berries to have the deep rich purple coloring and it helps concerning memory retention and lowers the danger of hypertension. Did you know that Blackberries can strengthen the blood vessels? Thus, the blackberries are helping to fight heart disease. These powerful berries can also aid your eyesight. The tannin in the blackberries in high and can help in the tightening of tissues, give you relief from intestinal inflammation and even aid in the reduction of hemorrhoids and other stomach disorders. Some universities such as Ohio State University have discovered blackberries might protect against cancer of the esophagus which is caused by gastric reflux disease. Blackberries contain phytoestrogens which are plant estrogens. This has been shown to guard against many kinds of cancers, but is thought to […]



May 2011



Carol Danford’s Chicken Bog Recipe

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This recipe has a special meaning for all the members of my family. Carolyn Faye King Danford was my mother-in-law. Although, we did not always see eye to eye on things we did agree that family should stick together no matter what. She said remember the ones you love, care for them, teach them and you will never go wrong. When I first started creating a website she was very interested in what I was doing. She bombarded me with many questions on who would see my writing and what is was all about. She was diagnosis with breast cancer in 2000. She underwent chemo and radiation over the next 18 months. Then she asked me to keep her memory alive by posting some of her recipes for the world to see. She wanted her family to remember her and the things she done for them. She had wished that her mother had shared more of the her recipes with her so she could have taught her grandchildren the dished she grew up with. The recipe that follows is one that Carol served often when her only son brought his six children over to eat at Mawmaw’s House.   Chicken […]

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