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Thanks for taking the time to write. I know you're busy, especially this time of year!
From my Email Bag:
"Hi Suzanne, I have to thank you for sharing Janice's Corn Casserole recipe. Every year we have a very traditional Thanksgiving dinner with all the exact same recipes. Some dishes have disappeared from the feast, because my parents and grandparents have all passed away and the young people don't eat turnips or mincemeat pie. This year I wanted to add a vegetable and try something new, so I added the Corn Casserole (you featured in your column). Well, it was the hit of our dinner. This new recipe is now going to be part of our traditional Thanksgiving dinner."--Lynn
"Suzanne, I just wanted to thank you for the wonderful recipes you share. We've enjoyed the crock pot stuffing the last two Thanksgivings and Neighbor John's sweet potatoes were the hit of this year's feast. So, my daughter says we owe you our favorite fall recipe, Pumpkin Chicken Chowder. We start having this soup sometime before Halloween and make it for Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve. If each book club reader sent in one recipe, think of the cookbook you could compile!"--Arlissa
* To see Arlissa's Pumpkin Chicken Chowder and Janice's Corn Casserole (by the way, I made Janice's Corn Casserole this Thanksgiving and everyone loved it) go to: http://tinyurl.com/2vr85s
Thanks for reading with me. It's so good to read with friends.
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