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Al Owne in the kitchen (12/30/2012)
By Al Owne -- As usual, my kitchen disasters are followed by something that turns out well. Many columns ago I told you I had some apprehension about using the sewing machine. Well, thereís an item in the kitchen ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (12/23/2012)
By Al Owne -- The old saying, ďItís an ill wind that blows no good,Ē is an apt saying when looking back on my last cookie disaster. While cleaning the stove top, which was covered with melted butter, I found using ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (12/16/2012)
By Al Owne -- I had been waiting for a snowy day, but I didnít need anything like Sunday. I wanted to start my winter baking schedule, which is always good for a few laughs and many frustrations.

I started off wi ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (12/09/2012)
By Al Owne -- I wonder who the brilliant soul was who came up with the idea to dress food preparation people (cooks) and food distribution people (servers) in black? Those employed in the food business have histor ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (12/02/2012)
By Al Owne -- Well, itís one down and two to go. Iím talking about holidays. Thanksgiving is over and Christmas and New Years are fast approaching. Iím not forgetting Hanukkah, but it still makes two more if you ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (11/25/2012)
By Al Owne -- Well, I whipped up and baked my pumpkin pies for the dessert part of our Thanksgiving feast. One looked terrible, but tasted good; the other looked great, but tasted so, so. Iím batting 500 which is ... 

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Family memories (11/25/2012)
By Sarah Squires -- If I seems that I am in love with the Haake family (story on page 1a), it is because I am. Ruth (Haake) Bublitz, who generously shared family memories with us this week, is my husbandís grandma. (I su ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (11/18/2012)
By Al Owne -- According to the media, we must be approaching the big Holiday Season, eh? The special toy sections in the big box stores have been unveiled and my mail box is filling up with catalogs that I receive ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (11/11/2012)
By Al Owne -- Maybe Iím approaching my kitchen disasters wrong. I read an article telling me not to apologize for my cooking calamities, just change the name. I think sheís talking to someone who makes a minor err ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (11/04/2012)
By Al Owne -- Summer must be over. The bird bath is frozen in the mornings, the leaves are falling off the trees, and I finished my Summer Sludge this weekend. You know the stuff you make in the spring in an ice  ... 

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