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From the monthly archives: October 2009

Lemon Curd Tart

On October 27, 2009 By

Thick, tangy, and very rich lemon curd is a standard table companion of any classic tea party. You’ll have to pay close attention while cooking to keep whisking. Your curd will be wonderfully smooth that way. Lemon curd can be served as a spread for scones or toast, and goes well with tea at any time of day. It is also wonderful as a filling in trifles, tarts, sponge and cakes. This recipe for for use in a small pastry shell as a tart.

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Self Check-Out

On October 5, 2009 By

At first sight I was drawn to her shiny stainless steel outfit and fascinated by the colorful screen—blinking at me like some come hither siren, Then her voice. “Welcome to Albertson’s where check out is fast and easy.

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Too Bare

On October 1, 2009 By

I was very disappointed to receive my copy of the July/August Issue and find several inappropriate pictures

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FAQ

On October 1, 2009 By

Explain this to me. Sometimes we receive your magazine, sometimes we don’t. When we do it has a label that says “Complimentary Issue.”

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Hawk on the Wing

On October 1, 2009 By

It is wildlife lovers like Steve Armstrong, (Birds of Prey, July/August Issue) who are the most ardent protectors of wild species.

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Stairway to Heaven

On October 1, 2009 By

Thank you for your article on the condos (Diamond Pointe) at Lake Texoma. Since the day they started putting it up I have wanted to get a peek inside. Wow!

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Small World

On October 1, 2009 By

I met Becky and Linda about ten years ago. One of them lived in Pagosa Springs (about two hours from here) and I took a class they put on through our local quilting guild.

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Soulful Confession

On October 1, 2009 By

From the first time I got my hands on Texoma Living! I have loved it. And couldn’t wait for the next issue. (In fact I place it in the same league as Texas Highways and Texas Monthly.)

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Leruth thought there was a need for a place where businessmen could conduct transactions in relative privacy, where the globehopping air force officers from Perrin could romance their ladies, where young lawyers could see and be seen, and where doctors and their wives could spend a quiet evening away from endless demands.

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It is called deltiology, from the Greek for “writing tablet.” It is the collecting of postcards, and it is one of the three most popular collecting hobbies in the world.

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