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Karin Tabke | Author of Contemporary, Historical, and Paranormal Romance: Author of Sensual Romance

Happy Easter!
March 23rd, 2008

I’m cooking really bad stuff. What are you doing?


4 comments to “Happy Easter!”

  1. B.E. Sanderson
    March 24th, 2008 at 8:03 am · Link

    I spent yesterday cooking and crocheting. The food turned out good, and my blanket is coming along. The only bad thing yesterday was when the knife slipped while I was carving the ham. (No worries. No doctors involved, which means no stitches. Yay.) Now my ‘flipping off’ finger is stuck in the upright position until it heals. Should be an interesting day around town today. ;o)

  2. Edie
    March 24th, 2008 at 8:43 am · Link

    I’m guessing you meant “bad” as if high-calorie and fat, not bad tasting. I made a delcious meal. I had to send links for a recipe to my 2 sil’s, I didn’t overeat, and I have enough leftovers so I won’t have to cook tonight. It’s all good. 🙂

  3. Cele
    March 24th, 2008 at 11:23 am · Link

    I’m indulging on the cocoa peeps my hubby gifted me. Yummmmm. Ham and candied yams. Isn’t it funny that we celebrate the resurrection of Christ is meat he’d never have eaten? Silly Americans we are. Ymmmmm.

  4. Karin
    March 24th, 2008 at 1:38 pm · Link

    Beth, I have this vision of you flashing the one finger salute around town. Glad you didn’t need stitches. Yikes, just the thought of a needle going not an open wound on my finger…shiver…

    Yes, Edie bad as in fattening. But boy was it good.

    Cele, very odd that we do the ham thing. Hubby made cinnamon apple french toast, we had coffee cake, cheesy potatoes, fresh fruit, eggs Florentine and of course the requisite spiral ham, which would not be complete without my mil’s garlic green peppers. We never eat ham except for Christmas and Easter. of course the split pea soup I’m going to make from the hock and leftover meat is going to be enjoyed by all.

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