Traditional Thanksgiving dinner, pomanders, daffodil guide

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Daily Newsletter for Friday, November 20, 2020

peaceful

There is a wind where the rose was,
Cold rain where sweet grass was,
And clouds like sheep
Stream o'er the steep
Grey skies where the lark was
.
–Walter de la Mare (1873–1956)

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Best Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes
Best Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes
Few feasts are so steeped in tradition as Thanksgiving! And cooking Thanksgiving dinner for your and a partner or a small group can be just as warm and wonderful as a large group (sometimes more so!). Our Thanksgiving Dinner Recipe Ideas are all about classic comfort food as well...
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Top 10 Reasons To Buy Made in USA

Looking for products made in America? You’re not alone. Help your neighbors by buying products made by businesses large and small in the USA. Need more reasons to buy American?

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How to Fold a Napkin: Easy Napkin Folding Ideas
How to Fold a Napkin: Easy Napkin Folding Ideas
How do you fold a napkin properly? Here are two easy ways to fold cloth napkins for your next shindig, including the classic dinner napkin fold, as well as two more fun techniques to enhance your beautifully-set table in only a few minutes!
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How To: "Reset" Your Metabolism

Digestion, Weight, Fatigue All Linked To 1 “Metabolic” Issue (Do This).

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Daffodils
Daffodils
Daffodils and other spring bulbs die back by midsummer. You can now cut them down or mow down tall grasses without affecting their display next year. Remember to order your daffodil bulbs for fall planting! Find all our tips on planting daffodil bulbs, caring for daffodils, and what to do after...
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Wondering about the date and significance of the Full Cold Moon?

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Storing Vegetables Over Winter
Storing Vegetables Over Winter
How do you keep vegetables stored properly over winter? There are a variety of ways to properly store carrots, apples, onions, and other vegetables—whether it’s your pantry, root cellar, or freezer. Let’s see how to store vegetables for winter for that fresh garden taste.
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What does snow on Christmas night mean for next year's crops?

Find out fun facts about every holiday with the 2021 Engagement Calendar. This popular daily planner provides plenty of space to jot down appointments, events, reminders, observations, and inspirations. Cheer up each day with wit, wisdom, a quote, a proverb, or a bit of folklore!

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How to Make Pomander Balls
How to Make Pomander Balls
Here’s how to make pomander balls, which are simply oranges pierced by cloves. As the fruit dries, it releases a lovely fragrance. Pomanders make beautiful centerpieces, gifts for friends, tree ornaments, and air fresheners.
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