A Sword of Bronze and Ashes, by Anna Smith Spark A Sword of Bronze and Ashes combines the fierce beauty of Celtic myth with grimdark battle violence. It’s a lyrical, folk horror high fantasy. Kanda has a good life until Continue reading Recommended Fiction Titles for November at Steele
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Time for something sweet. I had an open jar of cinnamon applesauce in my fridge, so applesauce cake was the winner. This is another thing that comes from the family recipe bank, so no recipe link for this one either. Continue reading Quarantine Cooking with Emma – Applesauce Cake
Neither of these two meals have recipe links, they’re just regular things to make in my home. The first one is egg salad, with you guessed it, turkey! I boiled 6 eggs, and mashed those with light mayo, a little Continue reading Quarantine Cooking with Emma – Finally using up the rest of that turkey breast from post 1
I like to watch cooking shows. Not intense stuff like “Iron Chef” or anything, but how-to’s and lighter competitions, etc. I found “Struggle Meals” on HULU and thought it was a really great and fun show. The host shows you Continue reading Quarantine Cooking with Emma – Pierogies!
Hey all, I’m back with Buttermilk Cheddar Chive Drop Biscuits! I made these biscuits to go with my White Turkey Chili since I didn’t have cornbread mix or cornmeal on hand. I used the “Cheddar-Chive Drop Biscuits” recipe from Cooking Classy, Continue reading Quarantine Cooking with Emma – Easy (and delicious) Drop Biscuits
Hey all, I’m Emma, Senior Clerk at Steele Memorial. When the library is open you see me at checkout desks, running art & craft programs, and hosting movie nights. I cook and bake for fun and to relax. My dogs Continue reading Quarantine Cooking with Emma – White Turkey Chili
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