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.Continue Reading →
I was very disappointed to receive my copy of the July/August Issue and find several inappropriate picturesContinue Reading →
It is wildlife lovers like Steve Armstrong, (Birds of Prey, July/August Issue) who are the most ardent protectors of wild species.Continue Reading →
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.Continue Reading →
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.Continue Reading →
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By Staff Report
CASA of Grayson Co. is a service organization dedicated to area children who have found themselves in the court system, not for what they have done, but as victims of abuse and neglect. The goal of CASA is to represent these children as Guardians ad Litem to protect their rights and to ultimately place each into a loving and protective home.
By Dan Acree
Roy Rogers’ (1911-1998) beloved trusty steed Trigger fetched more than a quarter million dollars at a Christie’s Auction on July 14. Trigger, the King of the Cowboys’ Palomino horse was just one of nearly one thousand items put on the auction block by the Roy Rogers Family Trust.
If you look to the south from S.H. 56 between Choctaw Creek and Bells you may see the spire of a white church in the distance. The tall belfry and steeple hints at the carpenter’s gothic style of architecture that was popular in the 19th century.
Looking for the Printed Version?You can find a complete set of Texoma Living! Magazine in the library at Austin College.
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By Mavis Anne Bryant on June 1, 2008
You’re crazy!” That was Karen’s reaction when her husband, Tom Shields, said he wanted to leave their comfortable home in far West Sherman to live in a long-abandoned fire station near Austin College. But she’d had a similar reaction in 1985, when he wanted to leave a picturesque Dallas residence and raise their kids in a small town.
By Edward Southerland on December 1, 2008
I remember as a child riding back to Bonham after following the Bonham Warriors to an out-of-town football game with my family. As we drove home, I would get on my knees in the back seat and look out the back window at the headlights of what seemed like a thousand cars strung out behind us in the night, all going home after the game.
By Dan Acree on March 13, 2009
Some pundit on radio had the nerve to say that American workers must be more productive if we are going to get this nation back on its feet. Exactly what does that mean? I’m obviously clueless as to how much can actually be done in a typical 10-12 hour day. By the time I head home in the evening my mind is ready to explode. How about you?