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Rosemary Wolbert
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These scrumptious cookies dirty just one pan and have just enough cinnamon to make them unique. Thanks for sharing +Chris Scheuer!
I know Valentine's Day is over, but I've still got love on the brain. Could be because I love my husband and we had a nice (although non-traditional) Valentine's Day celebration of our own. Could be because it's so &#*=!$/ frigid outside! (I wonder how many babies will be born nine months from ...
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I'm so in the mood for cookies.🍪
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Sometimes, I'm a slow learner. Pesto from kale? Why not?
It was one of those heel-of-hand to forehead moments when I realized that I could make pesto from kale! Duh! Didn't I make pesto from spinach years ago, when there wasn't enough of my own basil? Wasn't it pretty good? Hadn't I read about using cilantro in a pesto?
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Creative! I like it! 
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A recipe-less soup. 
Way back when, a college friend was bragging to me about his mother's cooking and how much he missed it. (This is while we're wolfing down pizza and beer.) So I asked him what his mother made best, what did he miss the most. I was expecting him to get teary eyed over his mother's lasagna or her ...
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This crustless quiche from +Sam Hoffer  has some of my faves -- anchovies and olives. Oh, the onions and cream are pretty all right, too :)
 
This Provencal quiche is reminiscent of a French Pissaladiere & perfect for a cold evening by the fire. New from My Carolina Kitchen. http://www.mycarolinakitchen.blogspot.com/2015/01/crustless-onion-quiche-with-provencal.html
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Thank you so much for sharing +Rosemary Wolbert . I really appreciate it.
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Like anchovies?
Every year for Christmas, my sister wraps up a tin of anchovies for me. And while I do like them – a lot – I'm the lone ranger around here. I'll dress up a salad once in a while or I'll sneak a couple into a sauce, but I still have a nice tall stack of pretty colored anchovy tins in my pantry.
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I think we all should -- at least once in a while. -- pretend we're making a big move and clean out our pantries. Good luck, Karen. What will be your first post, I wonder.
When you take on a big move like the one we are in the middle of, you find out a lot about yourself and your family. So far I've discovered that we don't like to throw things away. "We" also like to buy lots of blog props, an...
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Hi Rosemary! Yes, we all should. This process has been painful but very good for me. We sometimes get too attached to things and this has forced me to let go of some things I had grown quite fond of. I've discovered that it only hurts for a little while then it is quickly forgotten. My load has lightened greatly. As for my first post, I think it will definitely be something that I can cook in my 1962 bronze tone Tappan oven. Should be a real adventure
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I don't need an excuse to celebrate soup, but I'll take it. This red lentil soup with coconut milk is creamy, a little spicy, and very comforting. 
Any day -- especially a gray, wintry day -- is a good day to make soup in my book. Tell me that it's National Homemade Soup Day, and I'm all over it. It's not just the eating of it that's comforting, it's in the making, too. There's the first couple minutes of the butter melting, then the onions ...
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Wedding soup has to be one of my all-time favorites +Karen Harris . I once made it for 100 people! There are so many variations and I haven't met one I haven't liked yet. Yours looks like the perfect marriage of light and hearty.
Everything is pretty much done around here with the exception of the physical move. We've been through the negotiations of price and just a very few inspection objections and now we wait for the all important verdict of the a...
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Thank you so much Rosemary! it is so good hearing from you. Yes, I love every variation that I have eaten too. I would love to try yours.
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What a lovely feast it was . . . and my sprouts and arugula salad was a great complement to the tenderloin.
When a beautiful piece of tenderloin is the focal point of your Christmas feast, little else is needed. But we did anyway. It was Christmas, after all. Before sitting down to this scrumptious feast, we had a wonderful variety of cheeses and spreads . . . and plenty of wine.
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I love all kinds of shortbread, +Rebecca Subbiah ! And I'll be adding this coconut version to my short list of "must try soon."
In the summer we spent some time with my brother and sister in law in Edinburgh, they have a nice old home in the city center. One day when we were out walking we stopped at a cool shortbread shop, this was all it sold and they made and baked them right in the store my favorite one was a toasted ...
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wonderful hope you like it 
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Thanks to The Brown Eyed Baker 
http://www.browneyedbaker.com/diy-homemade-velveeta-cheese-recipe/
for introducing me to homemade Velveeta!
With all due apologies to Kraft, I never liked Velveeta. As a child, I never remember having Velveeta in the house. Once when I visited a friend's house and watched her mother make macaroni and cheese with this rubbery block of orange stuff, I was less than impressed.
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Education
  • St. Mary's College
  • University of Pittsburgh
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Female
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Rosemary DePhilip
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freelance writer
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  • freelance writer, present
  • First Seneca Bank
  • Integra Financial Corporation
  • Marconi
  • PNC Bank
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Fisher, PA
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Meadville, PA - Pittsburgh, South Bend, IN, Franklin, PA
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