Will I survive this? Hometown Charms, & What you missed!

Will I survive? Only time will tell!!  Watch my video today.. spoiler.. I am sure I WILL survive but my stress level is a bit high recently. You are here at my other blog service. I am still still not able to put photos or PDFs into my articles at my regular service. Maybe I’ll end up moving here permanently. We will see.

Block #9 is all about the foods your Hometown is famous for!  Also see my Secret Lives full quilt below and download your November Calendar HERE . 

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…Let’s get to it!

  • Hometown Charms Block # 9 – PATTERN AFTER THE HOMETOWN notes 
  • Our Ambassadors have Great Foodie things in their hometowns, now I need to visit everyone!
  • Melissa  my parents invited my boyfriend to church and dinner. My mother decided I should cook for him. It was Hungarian Chicken Paprikash. It took me hours to make. Poor boyfriend stuck in the living room with dad. He thought I was the best cook in the land and married me for that dish! I still make it for him. Have been married for 51 years.
  • Bobbie – OOH the BEST apple pie from Elegant Farmer – Apple Pie Baked in a Paper Bag … It’s a staple around here … from their website “delicate, sugar cookie-like crust and hearty sweet-tart apples combine to make for simply the best pie ever” https://www.goldbelly.com/the-elegant-farmer/original-apple-pie-baked-in-a-paper-bag
  • Laura – We have a world famous pizza dough tosser in our town. He opened up a pizza shop called 600 Downtown, many of his employees are now pizza dough tossers as well. It’s become a pretty popular pizza place to eat at. They give kiddos pizza dough to play with while they wait on their pizza to be ready.
  • Carrie G – I think we’re most known for all of the amazing apple farms we have in our area. So many orchards and so many varieties! During September and October the air smells of the many apple recipes being made. Apple dumplings, apple cakes, apple pies (my grandmother’s recipe being my fave), my son’s “famous” apple turnovers that he’s made since age 3….(an individual apple slice wrapped in a crescent roll dough that’s been sprinkled with butter, cinnamon and sugar. Bake at 375 until golden brown.) Applesauce and baked apples too. We are fortunate to have a long season for Pick Your Own and can make families memories from late summer into the early fall.
  • Kathy – Maryland is known for its crabs. I personally do not eat seafood, however, crabs with Old Bay seasoning is a “thing” in Maryland!
  • Suzanne – I share Carrie G’s “what food we are famous for” because we are with an hour or so apart, but could add many of the hard apple cider producers are right here in the Hudson Valley. Angry Orchard, Kings Highway Cider and Bad Seed Cider are just a few of the nationally known brands.
  • Carrie F – My home town is very near Penn State University. Whenever anyone comes to town you need to stop at The Creamery for wonderful ice cream with cool names like: Alumni Swirl, Peachy Paterno, Earth and Minteral Sciences Bittersweet, Lion S’Mores, and my personal favorite….Death By Chocolate. Fun Fact: Ben & Jerry took their correspondence course here to learn how to make ice cream.


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