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"I have some really old, old hydrangeas that I want to get rid of. They aren't pretty and the blooms set on brown instead of white. Even though they're old, they are really hard to get rid of. :shock: My house is 101 years old and they look like they were planted when the house was built. Is that possible??"
May 29, 2012 on Food.com
I live in the Home of Sliced Bread. My little town in Missouri is where the first loaf of bread was sliced by machine, many years ago.
My favorite cookbook is recipezaar. I used to collect cookbooks, but I've given away all but my most cherished ones which belonged to my Grandma. I shop at an Amish community for my dry goods as much as possible. Right now, I'm in a canning phase and I probably will be until I'm too old to cut the mustard.
Chocolate is still tops in my book, and anything that I've canned myself. If I'm famous for anything, it's my ability to cook without a recipe, and to find bargains at the grocery store. I love Double coupons and Wal Mart price match.