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Giant List of Turkey How to Advice and FAQ

Like most years, I’ll be cooking Thanksgiving dinner for my family. Much of my daily life involves cooking. (I have bread dough rising as I write this.) My lifelong hobby of baking granted me the ability to publish my grandma’s … Continue reading

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Netflix leaves vintage movie lovers without a ticket

I agree with the lament of this article that Netflix should have more classic vintage movies on streaming. Although I’m a DVD subscriber too, it seems that there are so many old movies that could find new life on streaming. … Continue reading

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Cheating the casino not worth it

This article about a man in New Jersey facing criminal charges after cheating at craps in a casino reminded me of my days working in Las Vegas. The tactic described in this article, in which a player snatches away pass … Continue reading

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A closer look at the cultural attitudes in Gone with the Wind

Over at Medium, I published an essay about one of my favorite novels, “Gone with the Wind” by Margaret Mitchell. The epic backdrop of the Civil War and Reconstruction places “Gone with the Wind” by Margaret Mitchell at a pivotal … Continue reading

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Diverse and affordable digital titles for libraries from Overdrive

All digital titles from Falbe Publishing are available to many public and private libraries through Overdrive. My independently produced titles offer low prices to libraries wishing to acquire ebook lending rights for their patrons. Patrons of libraries that offer my … Continue reading

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My Experience with Box Set Publishing

Ebook box sets have emerged in the marketplace for two reasons. They offer readers excellent value and provide an additional platform for authors to promote their works of fiction and nonfiction and profit from them. With digital publishing, enormous amounts … Continue reading

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Vintage corn bread recipe – moist and easy to make

The recipe that I use most often from My Grandma’s Vintage Recipes is the one that she labeled “rich corn cake.” It’s a nice and moist corn bread recipe. You only need a few ingredients, and you can whip it … Continue reading

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Thinking about food security

Modern so-called civilization has created a global food system. Most of the food on supermarket shelves is trucked in from hundreds if not thousands of miles away. Of more concern, millions of people live their lives without engaging in any … Continue reading

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Start researching recipes for your holiday baking

Since publishing My Grandma’s Vintage Recipes: Old Standards for a New Age in 2013, I’ve really benefited from putting together this memorial project. After salvaging over 60 recipes from a tattered notebook handwritten by my late grandmother since the 1920s, … Continue reading

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