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  1. Hi! Fox Chapel Publishing ( is doing a book on campfire cooking and is interested in your Grilled Chicken & Vegetable Kebabs photos! We may like to use one of them in the book. Contact me at if you’re interested. Please respond soon–the book’s on the fast track. Thanks!

  2. Regarding your Chicken Tetrazzini Casserole recipe. It calls for
    1 package(4oz) egg noodles. All the brands I see have 12oz per package. Was this an error or should I take out only 4oz from the larger one? Also can I substitute half and half for the heavy cream?
    Thank you!

    • Hi! You are so right! That is a typo. I looked on my recipe card and it says 8-12 oz. package of noodles. Using 8 0z. package will make the meat to noodle ratio a little stronger but using the 12 oz. will stretch things out a bit. Thank you so much for pointing that out to me so I could correct it. I appreciate you taking the time to let me know.

  3. Have u ever made clam patties or cakes as some people call them. I would love to have a good recipe. Tank u

    • Sorry, I don’t sell it. I often give away my extra zuccjini to neighbors and I have given the recipe to every blog reader for free. Here in the state of Maine you must go through a licensing process requiring a periodic inspection of your kitchen, testing of your water supply (in our case our own well), and meeting some other health related requirements including certain insurances to be able to sell what you produce from your kitchen. It’s just not something that I have wanted to do. But this recipe is so yummy that it would be a “hot “item if someone chose to do it. It is canned with the water bath method which is very simple and easy. If you check out my Dilly Bean Tutorial it will show you step by step how to do it. It doesn’t require a lot of specialized equipment so I encourage to give it a try!

  4. Hi Mrs. Thompson,

    My name is Karina and I write a blog about products that are made in the USA. I was wondering if you would mind if I put a link to on my blog’s shopping directory. I could also put a link to this blog, if you like. You would be my first artist.
    I am a new follower and am looking forward to reading about what it’s like to live in the wilderness in Maine. I also saw your art and it is so quaint and lovely. I was put on some comfy socks and have a cup of coffee on a nice rocking chair. Love it.

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