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Holiday/Seasonal Cooking

April 16 2008 Holiday/Seasonal Cooking Newsletter

Hi everyone! I hope this letter finds you happy and well. It's storm season here and we are gearing up for tornados and enjoying the spring. I'm currently taking a Ham Radio class so I can get my license and help with storm spotting and other emergencies as they come up. If any of you are Ham radio licensed I'd love to hear from you. As always if any of you want to contact me and share a recipe with the other people getting this newsletter or visiting the site please let me know. I had a great lady share a recipe for Easter that I couldn't get up in time because I had to get permission from the company that was listed but I will be sharing it soon as they finally gave me permission. Anyway, I've included the link to my latest article featuring a great tasting macaroni and cheese recipes and some ideas for add-ins if you like them. I'd love to hear from you all on your favorite recipes! Happy Cooking all.

Here's the latest article from the Holiday/Seasonal Cooking site at

Macaroni and Cheese recipe
One of my favorite comfort foods, macaroni and cheese can be made in a variety of ways to suit any tastes. Try this great basic recipe and some of the suggestions for adding to it and see if you can create your favorite!

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Deborah Adams, Holiday/Seasonal Cooking Editor

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