Friday, May 15

recipe friday



  • 2 10 oz pkg angel hair cabbage
  • 4 celery ribs, chopped
  • 1 small green pepper, finely chopped
  • ½ C sugar
  • ¼ C white vinegar
  • ¾ C mayonnaise
  • 1/3 C milk
  • 1 tsp salt
  • ½ tsp black pepper


Combine first 4 ingredients in a large bowl
Stir together sugar and next 5 ingredients
Mix well
Pour over cabbage mixture, tossing to coat

Store in Refrigerator for 1 hour before serving

Sunday, May 10

sunday in bed

It’s Sunday and everyone deserves a day off.
Here’s wishing you a restful Sunday.

Jules Pascin Hermine in bed

Friday, May 8

recipe friday


Nice and spicy.
This makes a lot. Perfect for a Game Day crowd!


2 cans cream of mushroom soup
2 cans cream of chicken soup
2 cans cream of celery soup
2 cans cheddar cheese soup
30 oz chicken broth
15 oz diced tomatoes
1 cup salsa (chunky)
4½ oz can diced green chilies
1 onion, chopped
4 garlic cloves, minced
salt, to taste
pepper, to taste
4 chicken breasts, cooked and chopped

Add all ingredients into large pot.
Bring to a boil and simmer 1 hour.

Can be topped with:
Flour tortilla chips, cut into strips and fried
Shredded cheese

Sunday, May 3

sunday in bed

It’s Sunday and everyone deserves a day off.
Here’s wishing you a restful Sunday.

Friday, May 1

may day

Do you know what today is...?
May Day (on May 1st) is an ancient Northern Hemisphere spring festival and usually a public holiday; it is also considered a traditional spring holiday in many cultures. May Day coincides with International Workers' Day, and in many countries that celebrate the latter, it may be referred to as "May Day". Dances, singing, and cake are usually part of the celebrations that the day includes.

May Day was also celebrated by some early European settlers of the American continent. In some parts of the United States, May Baskets are made. These are small baskets usually filled with flowers or treats and left at someone's doorstep. The giver rings the bell and runs away. The person receiving the basket tries to catch the fleeing giver; if caught, a kiss is exchanged.

May Day celebrations were common at women's colleges and academic institutions in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, a tradition that continues at Bryn Mawr College to this day.