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We've been searching all around the blogosphere for some of the best family recipes we could find, and here are just a few of them. Be sure to visit the original blogger for the complete recipe! And if YOU have a recipe you would like to share with the readers of RUBY magazine and that we could feature here on the RUBY Recipe page, be sure to email us at rubymagazine2019@gmail.com We would love to hear from you!

"Six Sweet Strawberry Recipes" by Nina Newton

This year we are planting just ONE tomato plant (in a container on our deck), and a few strawberry plants in pretty hanging planters. Last summer I saw a cute hanging planter made from two white colanders that I thought would be really pretty filled with red impatiens . . . or strawberry plants. 

Quick and Easy Homemade Lemon Curd and Candied Lemon Peel!
Yesterday, I posted some of these images on Shoestring Elegance's Facebook Page and well, let's just say there was far more interest than I had anticipated in my use of the Lemons that came with my new home. I lost my rose garden when I had to move, but I gained a Lemon tree!


"Old-Fashioned Orange Pineapple Fluff Recipe" by Nina Newton

We finally did it! With all the activity around here the past several weeks (months!) I’ve had a hard time getting anything done other than the million and one things that were screaming at me from my To-Do list. 

But, you wouldn’t know anything about that, I’m sure . . . . between the extra activities that came with end-of-the-school-year events, graduation, college preparation (did I mention filling out about a thousand forms, all asking for the same information?????), kids being sick, getting ready for the graduation open house, and general day-to-day things like paying bills and doing laundry, I frequently run out of time or energy to cook. 

“Celebrate All Things Blueberry!” by Nina Newton

This month’s recipe collection features all things blueberry. Whether you want to make an old fashioned blueberry pie or try a couple of new, more adventurous recipes with the bountiful blueberry crop this time of year, you’ll find so much creative inspiration from some amazing 

"Easy Monkey Bread with Brown Sugar Sauce" by Theresa L Begin

Good morning, friends. It's a nice, chilly morning and what better thing is there to do on a chilly day than bake something yummy to share?! I recently shared a picture of what I was baking the other morning on my Facebook and Instagram pages, just because I love it when something I enjoy so much turns out so pretty and yet tastes so yummy. I have to say I was surprised at the response. I guess this recipe isn't a given for a lot of people.

Proverb 16:9 In their hearts, humans plan their course, but the Lord establishes their steps. (NIV)Planning is one of my strong points—especially planning vacations. Although asking 

God’s help and guidance on big things, big plans in my life were not ever a question. 

Today the soup crew arrives, arms filled with bags of herbs, cans of broth and beans, and bundles of fresh veggies. Two friends will bring soup pots and one a huge cutting board; each brings a favorite 

It is that wonderful time of year in which pumpkins are everywhere.  I am in love with Autumn/Fall! (this is no secret to my regular readers)  Although, I do not participate in all things Halloween, I do so enjoy the Harvest time.

"Autumn Apple Recipes" from Katherine's Corner

Today we are featuring her post "8 Apple Recipes You Will Want to Make Now"
which includes her own apple recipes as well as recipes for yummy apple dishes from several of her friends in blog land.

Marilyn Lesniak of Marilyn’s Treats has so generously shared some of her amazing recipes from her blog with us so that we can pass them along to you.

This past weekend all my available sisters, nieces, sister-in-law, etc.. got together at my Mum's house for our annual family Lady’s Holiday baking day together. There is something very special about these days. We take every single day together as the gift that it is. I hope we never