Lesson 1026: The Marzipan Realistic Mammo-graham recipe

 

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For those who may be visiting Lessons Learned from the Flock because of this Mammo-grahams picture that is all over the place (October is Breast Cancer Awareness month), you’ve reached the right place. I am a writer/journalist/blogger located in New Hampshire and I made those cookies for a local recipe swap/pot luck dinner.

Welcome.

This blog is about the ongoing lessons we’ve learned while living with a flock of 6 kids, a flock of 27 chickens, and our dog; Pippin. (Think the *real* Chicken Soup for the Soul – but without any of our chickens in the soup.)

I also write about other things, like Lyme disease (4 of my kids and I have it), being thrifty (when you have 6 kids, there is never enough money), food, living tiny in a big house, and books – many books. As a journalist, I have access to some pretty sweet authors and I don’t mind sharing the literary love.

You’re welcome to stay, join our flock, and poke around for a bit, but if you’re here only for the mammo-graham recipe, you can get to it directly with this mammo-graham recipe link.

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Wendy Thomas writes about the lessons learned while raising children and chickens in New Hampshire. Contact her at Wendy@SimpleThrift.com

Also, join me on Facebook to find out more about the flock (children and chickens) and see some pretty funny chicken jokes, photos of tiny houses, and even a recipe or two.

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Filed under Inspiration, Life Lessons, Personal

4 responses to “Lesson 1026: The Marzipan Realistic Mammo-graham recipe

  1. Pingback: Lesson 1128 – Quotable Chicks | Lessons Learned from the Flock

  2. Elaine walz

    PLS adD me as your friend…love humor and insight combined! 😁

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