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August 21, 2019



Looks great! Now I know what I’m having for dinner😄

Mary Kastner

Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing.



That looks & sounds delicious! 'Taste of Home' almost always has no-fail recipes & this is another great example! Yum!

Barbara Anne

Oh, does that look delicious! Thanks for the recipe, too!

Have you got any leads on finding the fabric you want? Last night I looked at 60 Etsy screens for you and while they had some cute Halloween fabric, they also had some really creepy fabric. Hope you find it. I'll look some more today.



Looks great!
The last few days the weather was s... already autumn-ish and I was honestly looking forward to some hot (pumpkin) soup.


I made corn salad last week....I LOVE IT! We have tons of tomatoes from our garden and I found some heavenly white corn at Safeway. I love the idea of adding shrimp to it. ;p


Oh, that sounds wonderful. I have garden tomatoes and garden basil. There's great sweet corn at the farmstand up the road.

Jan Komancheck

Nicole, just made this using your technique of cooking the shrimp with creole seasoning. My husband and I pigged out on this for lunch - so good. Next time I make it I may use a little less salt or Creole seasoning. Thanks for sharing; it is really good and easy to make (although I filled up my dishwasher with all the pans and stuff I used for preparation.

Jan K


I made this last night for a potluck. I harvested basil and cherry tomatoes from our garden. It was a hit! I added some chopped red onion and some paprika. A tip: an easy way to scrape kernels off the cob is to put the cob in the hole of a bundt or tube pan. The pan catches the kernels.

I think this would be just as good with chicken or salmon -- or without any meat/fish at all. Thanks!

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