See ya in the gumbo!
My great grandpa said this instead of "good-bye." It means see ya out there in the mix.
Gumbo is a mix of various ingredients. And no two people make it the same way.
To "make a gumbo" means much more than cooking. When someone says "I'm making a gumbo," it means family and friends are invited.
I invite you to join this POTLUCK PARTY every Sunday night.
Bring whatever mix of ingredients you'd like.
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A big thank you to everyone--there were many views of last week's links. There were also several ties.
The results for last week's top-viewed links:
from White Lights On Wednesday
Julie turned the popular ice cream treat into cupcakes...complete with one last bite of chocolate at the end.
Peach Blueberry Upside Down Cake
from The Mouth of the South
What to do with two buckets of peaches? Consult Betty Crocker, of course.
Sweet 16 Birthday Party
from Joe & Sue
Joe & Sue threw quite the shindig. If you missed out last week, check out their mini food party ideas. I'm sure there's something you'll want to make.
from Gluten Free A to Z Blog
Judee has a round-up of great ideas & tips, including several cool ways to cook eggs.
|photo from Veggie Converter|
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