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IN TIME FOR EASTER

By William Larkin | April 4, 2020 |
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IN TIME FOR EASTER As children, my sister and I always decorated Easter eggs, and this was a tradition that I continued with my boys and then the grandsons.  We would have so much fun experimenting with different designs and ways to color the eggs.  This year I got the brilliant idea of seeing what…

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COTTAGE CHEESE FLUFF

By William Larkin | April 4, 2020 |
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This recipe couldn’t be easier.  If you use low calorie and sugar free items, it shouldn’t put any lbs. on the hips. I made it for dinner and also as a delightful little dessert served in demitasse cups to accompany afternoon tea.  Ingredients 1 ½ cups cottage cheese 1 (3 ounce) package of Jell-O (any…

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British Flapjacks

By Judy Larkin | March 23, 2020 |
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Flapjacks are a classic British treat that are perfect for all ages. They are definitely not pancakes, more like a bar cookie made from oats bound with butter, golden syrup and brown sugar. They are a little like an oatmeal cookie and a lot like a granola bar.  The slow releasing energy from the oats…

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Are Your Hands Red and Raw from Constant Washing?

By Judy Larkin | March 18, 2020 |
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Here in West Virginia at the Larkin Tea Company, we’re not actually distilling hand sanitizer but because our hands are raw from washing them fifty thousand times a day, we’ve made our own hand lotion using green tea and coconut oil.  (It could also be used as a body lotion.) It is a very easy…

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