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09/18/2018

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Kay Garrett

Thank you for being part of the book tour for "A Stewed Observation" by Karen C Whalen.

Enjoyed reading the guest post about recipes. I do the very same thing. I may cook it as per recipe the first time and then start tweeking it for our tastes. Most times though I know what we like and don't like so change it right away. I do make myself notes for future reference. That is a must because as we get older notes are what we refer to most. :)

Can't wait for the opportunity to read "A Stewed Observation".

Karen Whalen

Thanks for inviting me to post on your Blog. I'm trying a new recipe today - a Bundt cake with apples and carrots and cream cheese - I really love to bake in the fall.

Karen Whalen

Thanks again for the guest post! I just got back from putting an apple cake in the oven. I'll let you know how it turns out and if the recipe will make it into one of my books.

Karen Whalen

Hello Kay! I'd love it if you would share your recipes with everyone on my Pinterest Board!

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