• Strawberry Shortcake

    July 17, 2014Danita

      Today I’m linking with Emily at Nap-Time Creations as she shares an awesome Summer Fun Series!  I’m honored to be a part of this great series that offers fun ideas, suggestions and recipes for things to do this summer.   I told you about our “dessert eating month”, shared with my in-laws, and how…

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  • Old Fashion Apple Pie

    June 25, 2014Danita

    Independence Day is just around the corner and it reminds me of all things American! When I was a child, before the days of VCRs, BluRays, and DVRs, we were forced to watch the commercials that interrupted our TV shows. I still remember many of them, especially the ones with catchy tunes or slogans.  Whether…

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  • Cinco De Mayo

    May 5, 2014Danita

    What is Cinco De Mayo, anyway?   History.com says, “Cinco de Mayo—or the fifth of May—commemorates the Mexican army’s 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War (1861-1867). A relatively minor holiday in Mexico, in the United States Cinco de Mayo has evolved into a celebration of Mexican culture and…

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  • Fry Bread

    February 5, 2014Danita

    Most of the recipes here at O Taste and See come from our Southern Heritage, but this one comes from the “Indian” side of our family. I mention often “Grandma” (my husband’s mom) and all the wonderful recipes I’ve gotten from her. Even though this Fry Bread recipe came from her, it originated (rather reluctantly)…

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  • Why We Celebrate Christmas, Part 2

    December 24, 2013Danita

    It’s Christmas Eve and the much-anticipated day of celebration is almost here! Christmas can and should be a time of great joy, celebration and remembering the true meaning…the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ… but what about all the commercialization?  Has the real meaning of Christmas been lost in selfishness and commercialism?   It is…

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