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Nov 13, 2023Liked by Amie McGraham

Loved the “I love my kids” note on the Pea Recipe! Come back to Maine, and soon! With love from your Southport neighbor.

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Thank you Amie! :)

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Thanks, Amie. I need some fresh ideas for sides.

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Thanks Amie for all of this goodness! I’m gobsmacked for squashed, but thinking I’ll make a double batch 😉

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The old recipes always seem so comforting and I like you suggestion about donating especially at this time of the year. I will be donating to our local food bank and to World Central Kitchen, https://donate.wck.org/give/499865/#!/donation/checkout

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Another marvel of a newsletter, Amie, with so many great recipes for the holidays! You may call yourself a "fledgling foodie," but almost everything you write about sounds like something I want to make. Right now, the green bean casserole ("No French's Onions Allowed") and the cranberry pumpkin cornbread are calling my name. I also love the idea of donating at this time of year, especially to organizations like World Central Kitchen (https://wck.org) and local food pantries that feed the hungry.

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Beautiful and mouth-watering, Amie. Another delicious read! 😊

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Love that splotched recipe sheet!

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Yes to the classics. My mom made the same thanksgiving dinner every year and we all adored it. I feel like we’re all being assaulted by too many perfect thanksgiving recipes and menus. The context is gone. We are a small group at my house this year and I am thrilled to be dialing it back.

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