Alive, but with Corrections

I survived snowboarding yesterday and even enjoyed it. But my sister is finally enjoying her moment of triumph after I forgot her birthday in October. She noted that I neglected to mention a few ingredients in my Granny’s dressing recipe–namely, onion and celery sauted in butter. The corrected version of the recipe now appears in the original post, which you can find here, along with her comments.

Here’s a photo of me with the dressing, at Christmas a couple of years ago. Note the towel on the shoulder–for my family, this is an essential part of preparing any meal. It’s handy for all those times you accidentally spray yourself with water or otherwise spill things on yourself.


You can vaguely see my sister taking a photo in the mirror in the background. I’m sure she’s cackling at the thought I might have forgotten the celery and onion.

3 thoughts on “Alive, but with Corrections

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  2. I don’t know much about recipes, but I do want to say that I went over that bridge in Charleston a few days ago. I was visiting there, and had an ear infection, and went to a health clinic in Mt. Pleasant. I thought about you crossing that bridge. I hear it’s much safer than what was there before!

  3. Congratulations on making it across. Yes, I’ve heard that it was considerably worse–a narrow iron contraption that I probably would not have been able to ford on my own. Hope the ear is better.

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