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AAhh you went to far when you mentioned the french vanilla icecream it just happens to be my most fav ..nummy


LOL, now you've got me singing Billy Boy too! I love folk music, especially children's folk music. :)


Wow! Yum!


Yummm, I just got 25 pds. of cherries. Now I know what to do with them !!!!!


I wish I could crawl through the screen.....


Yum! I made peach cobbler last night. You've got to love summer fruit and the yummy desserts you can make from them. That looks so good!


My mouth is watering!!! It looks divine ;-)


Love Fannie Farmer - that's my own favorite cookbook - though I'm on strike from the kitchen right now (heehee). Though I might have to get up and bake in the middle of the night after seeing this (at least it's cooler then!) I do have a couple of pounds of cherries...Can I bake a cherry pie...

Yikes! Now you've got me humming it (which isn't easy with my mouth watering for that cherry cobbler!)

(We'll see if my TypePad thingummy actually works this time.)

I got a bunch of cherries but, lacking a pitting gizmo, was forced to simply eat them. Poor me.

But I did pick up some rhubarb at the farmer's market, and I just pulled a hot strawberry-rhubarb pie out of the oven. An ancient Farm Journal Pie Cookbook recipe rather than Fanny Farmer... I'm such a nonconformist.

Robin Green Eye

Oh you are killing me, I am having to restrain myself from licking the screen.


Yes! You've said too much!!!

No, seriously it seems just delicious! In Portugal its not a big tradition baking cherry pies, although we have great pastry! But that cherry pie... yum!


Funny you would mention that song, as I heard a preacher talk about it on the radio while discussing marriage. He discovered that the "young thing" that wouldn't leave her mother had to be 82 years old according to the song lyrics! Of course, he wondered, how old then was her mother?


I love that song. My Grandmother used to sing it when we were little.

She also sung one about little birds in a tree singing to heaven.

both songs get stuck in my head from time to time out of nowhere.


So many wondrous things to see & find on your blog... but a cherry cobbler takes the cake!

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