Graduate of Lander University with a Bachelor of Music Education degree. Huge Barbra Streisand fan; dare I say, her number one fan!


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  1. corey benson says:

    Hey Calvin….
    I am SOOO jealous that you can knit so beautifully. I have tried and tried and am not quite very good. I got the book “knitting with balls”, a man’s guide to knitting, but I am bad at following photos – I guess I need hands on help.

    Anyways – to answer your question, I think this recipe might be what you are looking for. I believe letting it sit a little or overnight would be best.

    1 cup minced onion (or sliced if you prefer)
    4 tsp. fresh lemon or lime juice
    1/2 tsp. sweet Hungarian paprika
    1/4-1/2 tsp. cayenne
    salt to taste
    If you prefer less pungency from the onion, soak it in salt water to cover for about 30 minutes and then drain and rinse it.
    Combine all of the ingredients and set them aside for about 30 minutes while the flavors blend.

    This relish should be spicey hot, so add as much cayenne as you dare. refrigerated, this will keep for several days.

    I myself like onions but they don’t sit well with my partner, so I am always using as little as possible, or subing shallots.

    I hope this recipe helps, and thanks for reading – I don’t have a counter so I never know if anyone reads or not!!LOL! Hope you are doing well! Happy Friday!

  2. Hi Calvin,

    Thank you for your kind note! I hope you enjoy my posts. I just got the TV and it is a Samsung. It’s a 37″ and so far I LOVE IT! I’m very pleased with it. I guess you could say I’m now addicted to the flat screen! I love watching old movies on the Turner Classic Movie channel!


  3. Hi Calvin,
    I would be happy to share the recipe:

    No Bake Chocolate Coconut Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies

    2 cups sugar
    1 stick (1/2 cup) margerine (I used butter)
    1/2 cup milk
    3 Tablespoons cocoa

    Cook together; bring to boil for one minute.

    Add: 1/2 cup peanut butter, 1 teaspoon vanilla; bring to boil and then take off stove.

    Add to 3 cups oatmeal, 1 cup coconut;
    Mix all together and spoon mixture on waxed paper.

    Let cool and store in container.

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