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Stop Me Before I Cook Again! by Julia Spencer-Fleming

It begins innocently enough with a few “holiday dinner” articles in Southern Living. Then I start taking down the cookbooks – not the day-to-day ones I consult when I need to be reminded how long stuffed pork chops bake, but … Continue reading

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The Battle over the Whoopie Pie

Kaitlyn here. Until a reader who had just finished AWee Christmas Homicide, third book in the Liss MacCrimmon Scottish-American Heritage Mystery Series, wrote to ask me what a whoopie pie was, I had no idea this sweet treat was so … Continue reading

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Santa and the Puritans by Julia Spencer-Fleming

By this point, you may already have heard the news story about the second grade teacher in Nanuet, NY, who, presenting a geography lesson about the Arctic, decided to tell her entire class of second graders that there is no … Continue reading

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Driving Mr. Santa

Vicki here, reporting from my town of Camden, where this weekend we celebrate our holiday festival, Christmas By The Sea. Last night hundreds of parka-clad people turned out to watch a┬áparade of brightly lit floats illuminating Main Street, followed by … Continue reading

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