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A Fluffy Fiasco
A Fluffy Fiasco
By Judy W. Robertson
Fifty years later, they still laugh about it.
A Hamburger, Please
A Hamburger, Please
By Elizabeth Fullmer
Somehow, he always got his wish.
A Tasty Treat
A Tasty Treat
By Cookie "Ella" Miller
She did whatever it took for those creamy cupcakes.
Christmas Eve Reunion
Christmas Eve Reunion
By Dennis L. Peterson
It took forever to begin, and it was over in the blink of an eye.
Christmas in March
Christmas in March
By Robert E. Welch Sr.
It was well worth the wait.
Christmas Tangerines
Christmas Tangerines
By Shirley L. Brander
The sunny fruit was a sure sign of the season.
Culinary Treasures
Culinary Treasures
By Sara Etgen-Baker
Her dad's gift started a family tradition.
Dream Home
Dream Home
By Suzy Garner
It was a place where anything could happen -- and it regularly did.
For Want of a Chimney
For Want of a Chimney
By John Scanlan
He was determined to give Santa easy access.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Take the Salty With the Sweet
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Take the Salty With the Sweet
By Carol Tannehill
The flavor combination pleases the entire family.
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Model T Troubles
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Model T Troubles
By Daisy Hayes
It was an accident waiting to happen.
Home Remedies -- Take Two Chicken Feet and Call Your Butcher in the Morning
Home Remedies -- Take Two Chicken Feet and Call Your Butcher in the Morning
By Vicki Tannehill
Beef up your health with these meaty home remedies.
Looking Hollywood Way -- Three Bandits and a Baby
Looking Hollywood Way -- Three Bandits and a Baby
By Michael O'Donnell
It was a Christmas story with unlikely characters.
Loyal Fan of the Bright Blue Can
Loyal Fan of the Bright Blue Can
By Annette Kochera
It tickled her tummy -- and healed her finger!
Miracles in the Kitchen
Miracles in the Kitchen
By Barbara Dean Boyle
They enjoyed it all, from T-bones to turtle.
Something Fishy About Fridays
Something Fishy About Fridays
By Marsha Porter
Grandpa saved us from our meatless monotony.
Thanksgiving Traditions
Thanksgiving Traditions
By Lisa Alo Seaman
In the end, it all came down to family.
The Best Bread
The Best Bread
By Ruby Seaman
Oh, that unmistakable aroma.
The Christmas Card Sale
The Christmas Card Sale
By Robert B. Williams
It was a lesson learned -- twice.
The Christmas Telegram
The Christmas Telegram
By April Knight
She thought they would be impressed. She was wrong.
The New Table
The New Table
By Elaine Jones
They were determined to get it home one way or another.
The Skeleton Key
The Skeleton Key
By Cherilyn L. Tousignant
She wasn't quite as secure as she thought.
Travel Trailer
Travel Trailer
By Irene Lynn
They hit the road to bring home a home.
Wired
Wired
By Suzanne Mundell Waring
They witnessed a glorious sneak preview.
The Man From Maine
By Robert Watson
Would he keep his word?
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