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by Jack Kulp posted Dec 18 2014 5:41PM
...instead of eating the dough, but it's just so hard to resist! By the way, here's our Mom's recipe in case you missed it last week...
In mixer put:
1 cup butter (2 soft sticks - 16 tablespoons)
1.5 cups of sugar
2 eggs
Blend
Then combine:

2.5 cups plus 2 tablespoons flour

2 teasp cream of tartar

1 teasp baking soda

1/2 teasp salt
Sift together & add to butter/sugar/egg mixture in mixer
Chill for one hour

Roll into walnut size balls and roll into mixture of

4 tablespoons sugar

4 teaspoons cinnamon

Place on ungreased cookie sheet and slightly

flatten each one

Bake at 400 degrees for 6 to 8 minutes

Makes 60 !!!! Enjoy !!!

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by Jack Kulp posted Dec 17 2014 8:47PM
These are sleigh bells I used to shake outside our kids' window on Christmas Eve. The strategy was, if the kids heard the bells they'd be confident that Santa had arrived, and that they should go to sleep. Of course we ALL know that the REAL Santa won't show unless everyone's asleep, safe and sound. Why have I hung on to these? Your guess is as good as mine.
by Jack Kulp posted Dec 16 2014 6:07PM
Only one problem. Lobster isn't Kosher. Have a nice brisket instead, don't forget the latkes, and happy first night of Hanukkah!
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by Jack Kulp posted Dec 15 2014 8:54PM
How did "My Favorite Things" from "The Sound of Music" become a Christmas song? Don't get me wrong. I love the tune, and it's from one of my favorite films, I'm fine with it, (the Castro Theater in San Francisco is presenting a "Sound of Music" singalong right now.) But "brown paper packages tied up with strings" is about as Christmassy as it gets. How does something like that happen? I guess the same way Jingle Bells became a Christmas song. Jingle Bells isn't a Christmas song. Click here for it's origin. Know what? Who cares? I love it all, and always will!
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by Jack Kulp posted Dec 11 2014 6:18PM
My wife thinks I'm a pack rat. Kim's right. I am. But I'm glad I hung on to these from my college days. My L.L. Bean duck shoes sure came in handy this morning, and probably will tomorrow.
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by Jack Kulp posted Dec 10 2014 9:46PM
...and our Mom's recipe. What else are you going to do on a stormy night? Bake! And this was just my test batch. Give it a try, and let me know how it goes. Enjoy! Here's how it's done, and our Mom would be thrilled if you gave it a shot.

Jack . . . I believe this type font will work OK with recipe style. Here goes.

SNICKERDOODLES (revised 12/29/07)
In mixer put:
1 cup butter (2 soft sticks - 16 tablespoons)
1.5 cups of sugar
2 eggs
Blend
Then combine:

2.5 cups plus 2 tablespoons flour

2 teasp cream of tartar

1 teasp baking soda

1/2 teasp salt
Sift together & add to butter/sugar/egg mixture in mixer
Chill for one hour

Roll into walnut size balls and roll into mixture of

4 tablespoons sugar

4 teaspoons cinnamon

Place on ungreased cookie sheet and slightly

flatten each one

Bake at 400 degrees for 6 to 8 minutes

Makes 60 !!!! Enjoy

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by Jack Kulp posted Dec 9 2014 6:15PM
Are you ready? We're so glad we have this around for emergencies. No. Not the cat salt & pepper set, though they've become part of the family. My Mom bought this electric lantern for us about 10 years ago. It uses a fluorescent bulb, the batteries last forever, and it's nice & bright. You can buy them at most hardware stores.
by Jack Kulp posted Dec 8 2014 6:36PM
Our neighbors, who used to have quite the elaborate Christmas display, decided to get the message across in a more simple manner...and it works.
by Jack Kulp posted Dec 5 2014 7:26PM
If you're interested, you'll find them across the aisle from the car/boat batteries. I passed.
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by Jack Kulp posted Dec 4 2014 1:10PM
Kim and I saw Fleetwood Mac at Oracle in Oakland last night, and LOVED every second of the nearly three hour show. What made it even more special was Christine McVie's return to the band after being away for close to sixteen years! Stevie Nicks scolded her on-stage by saying "Never EVER leave this band again!". What a memorable night, and thanks for the great pic Kim!
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Location : Oakland
by Jack Kulp posted Dec 3 2014 1:59PM
....maple sugar. Actually, I eat it all year. The holidays just give me an excuse to eat more. Kim brought some home yesterday, and I just had to sample some. Guess which one.
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by Jack Kulp posted Dec 2 2014 6:35PM
...and Tiki and Ollie can't wait to get to it. It's a fake that we put we up in a room that faces the street, so it's more of an outside decoration than anything else. We get a small REAL tree for the family room because we love the scent so much. We picked up the artificial tree about 10 years ago on the day AFTER Christmas, and we saved a ton of $$$.....about 60%.
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by Jack Kulp posted Dec 1 2014 4:53PM
....because it was. Leaving snacks for Santa & his reindeer. Our guys are now 18 & 21. And, well, Kim keeps getting younger.
 
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