However you celebrate, remember to give thanks for small things, quiet moments, loving hands and all that they do.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and the Mistah Wendi!
Thanks Beth, hope you had a glorious Thanksgiving.
Amen and have a blessed Thanksgiving too
Happy Thanksgiving to all you hold dear!
Emily, hope you had a wonderful holiday.
I just looked at this again! OMG! you’re making NOODLES! MOMMY does this STILL even at 90!
Yes, I had my grandmother teach me to make her noodles. I loved watching her do all of it by memory and feel. I just hope this part of it rubbed off on me.
Egg, flour, salt right? did I miss anything?
She puts a little bit of onion powder in hers. Just a wee dash.
I need to learn to cut them thinner because they really plump up in the soup.
OH YES! I should have told you the thinner the better. And make sure they are dry completely before you cut them or they squish!
I remember being small enough to have to stand on a chair to watch. This was one of my favorite pasttimes! It always meant great soup was coming.
I was thrilled the day Mommy let me use the rolling pin all by myself!
then there was the potato soup, and if there was a hambone, northern bean soup with rivels.
Potato soup and bean soup did nothave noodlws but talking about it reminded me of the yummy stuff she made to make the meat stretch!
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