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Scrabble and Peach Cobbler



Today is National Peach Cobbler Day and Scrabble Day.

I love peach cobbler! It was always served with our Sunday dinner when I was growing up. My father always used canned peaches in his. I did the same for years until I started using Paula Deen's recipe with fresh peaches. It's easy and delicious!

As for Scrabble, I have only played the children's version so I have little knowledge of the game. Since my family doesn't play games well I'm not even going to suggest a game of scrabble in honor of the day.

If you're interested in the history of scrabble here you go. http://www.scrabble-assoc.com/info/history.html

Happy Friday... have a scrabble game night with some homemade peach cobbler.

Don't forget the wine!

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