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  1. That Valentine’s cheese board looks delicious, as does the lemon poppy seed bread! Really, all of the recipes looked good. The Valentine’s pillow with the rosettes was beautiful! Some of the books sound pretty interesting too. Thank you for finding all these things. Is your birthday coming up soon?

  2. Love the pillow with the rosettes – isn’t that so pretty! And the Valentine’s Day snack board looks yummy.

    Half Baked Harvest has so many good recipes. She’s always one of my trust go-to’s. I’ll have to check out the soup recipes from Pinch of Yum. Another good site.

  3. Loved the video on how to make paper napkin roses. Also the beef stew with red wine sounds so delicious.

  4. I clicked on the Valentine Cloche link and it was so fun because it was one post in a challenge series by different bloggers who were inspired by a Pinterest pin of a Valentine cloche and I checked them all out and now I’m inspired to create one too!

  5. Wow! Love this post, Brenda – so much information to take in. I want to make the beef stew with the red wine. I’ve never used wine in cooking, but I do enjoy a good beef stew or beef soup. YUM!
    I can assure you that I will read this post numerous times.

  6. The recipes are really appealing on this very chilly New England weekend.

  7. I could eat the beef stew with the chili for dessert! Thanks for another great round up of good reads. Have a peaceful weekend.

  8. This post sure made me hungry! I saved the recipes from Gimme Some Oven and Half Baked Harvest! Thank you for such a comprehensive roundup!

  9. I enjoyed reading the blogger’s take on decorating a coffee table. I don’t mind spending hours arranging my books, candles and my various collections on bookshelves and putzing down to the last quarter inch, but when it comes to arranging items attractively on a coffee table, I’m never satisfied with the results. I think part of the problem is that I have too much stuff, and my tendency is to put it all out on display.

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