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November 25, 2004


Gramma Judy

The cranberry sauce I served yesterday was of course the perfectly circular disks with the impression of the can but (are you sitting down?) I served it WITHOUT THE COTTAGE CHEESE GARNISH! It seemed naked without it and I was a little uncomfortable with the whole deal, but I had no choice. I have yet to find a cottage cheese down here that even slightly compares with Iowa's Anderson Erickson brand, so I took a threw caution to the wind and went without. You would have been proud. You could have eaten it without having to scrape off all of the cottage cheese juice. :-)

Your car looks pretty rough. Again, I'm sure glad no one was hurt.

Looking at Susan's apple squares is making my mouth water! They are sooo good!

Well, I must get dressed and go as this is a Dr. Teufel / Aridia day. Have a wonderful time on your travels! Talk to you soon!

Love to all,
Gramma Judy

Grampa Smith

Cottage cheese on cranberry sauce. Are you nuts? Only in the Bizarro World. The green jello and pears looks great.

Love to All!

Grandma Delores

The apple squares look just perfect. I have never heard of cottage cheese on the slices of cranberry sauce but I could take it that way just fine. Your flights are in the air right now so Happy landing. Grandma Delores

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