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Family Time

I hope you all had a safe and happy 4th! We had all the kids and grandkids over and I made the turkey burgers that I posted - I liked them, but two of my kids said they tasted like meatloaf, and my grandson( the food critic/ blogger) said he doesn't like turkey burgers - I'd make them again!


I also made a sugar cookie that I frosted with a cream cheese/powder sugar mixture and garnished with fresh fruit.... the kids had seconds and thirds so it was definitely a hit.

It was a day of playing in the pool, eating, and catching up... good times!

Sugar Cookie
Frosting... Don't turn to talk with the mixer on
The Cookie!

Fun in the pool






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