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From the monthly archives: February 2010

Cheesy Potato and Beef Casserole

On February 18, 2010 By

Creamy, cheesy, and dee-lish! This potluck favorite won’t last long on the serving line at the church potluck. Make it for your next family gathering and your relatives will love you for it.

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Blackberry Cobbler

On February 18, 2010 By

Blackberry cobbler is a Southern treat that brings smiles to the faces to anyone who loves fresh berries. Loretha Riales has developed a tried and true recipe that’s easy to make and a blast to serve at any potluck.

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Corn and Green Bean Casserole

On February 17, 2010 By

This potluck special ensures an empty dish at the end of the evening.

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Apricot Chicken

On February 17, 2010 By

Deb Montgomery gets a lot of attention when she arrives at a church potluck. Her reputation for absolutely deee-licious casseroles is legend. So, we asked Deb to put together one of her all-time favorites for us.

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Red Velvet Cake Sandwiches

On February 17, 2010 By

Cake for a sandwich. Now there’s a plan.

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Cake Pops

On February 17, 2010 By

Melt-in-your-mouth bite-sized cakes! Oh yeah. Try this easy recipe and let the kids in the kitchen.

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I “Heart” Sugar Cookies

On February 17, 2010 By

Heart-shaped sugar cookies a treat to eat, and to make! Try this simple recipe.

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Sweet Treats

On February 16, 2010 By

Jacki Lee, co-owner of Jimmages Photography in Sherman is a frequent contributor to these pages. While working with us on the issue, she decided it was missing something, so she proceeded to do something about it.

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The year was 1956. Bootlegging was the number one crime in Grayson County and a way of life in Sherman and Denison. Thirsty drinkers were willing pay for their liquor, and a bootlegger could double his money hauling hooch up US 75, the two-lane ribbon of concrete that connected Sherman to Dallas.

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Martha Hovers has been operating Arfhouse in Sadler for twenty years, ever since she transformed her grandfather’s farm into a “no-kill” animal shelter. “No-kill” means just that. No dogs are ever put down at the shelter. At last count, the facility has 314 dogs that patrol the property and greet newcomers to the gate with an array of barks, howls and wagging tails.

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