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Look what I made today

Anna's Cornbread

1 cup cornmeal
1 cup flour (white or whole wheat is fine)
1/4 cup sugar, or a little less
1 tablespoon baking soda

Sift them all together in a bowl.

Then add:

1 cup milk (you can use buttermilk instead)
1/4 cup oil
1 egg

Mix it all up. Grease an iron skillet and heat it up on top of the stove. This makes the edges crispy. When the skillet is hot pour the batter in and bake it in the oven at 425° for 20-25 minutes.

I don't like cornbread with spices and all that fancy stuff in it. I don't like it too sweet either. This one is perfect for sopping up the gravy on your Thanksgiving plate!

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Margaret and Adrian engaged


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Baby Owen


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Shannon and Mike at Bear Flag Farms

At Shannon and Mike's wedding, I took a bajillion photos of their daughter, Hailey. I really like how much they included her in the ceremony (and even the first dance). Plus, she's adorable.

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Chris & Colleen at Annadel Vineyards

A small, beautiful wedding at the Annadel winery. Only 35 guests and a cozy, intimate dinner party. The event planner was Sofia Crokos from New York. Floral design by Kathleen Deery.

The bride also had the most gorgeous diamond earrings from a little boutique place that I'd never heard of, called De Vera. If you love original jewelry check this place out.

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