aprons

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Nine years ago, as I was preparing for my family's traditional turkey dinner, I suddenly thought about a neighbor. Her family had recently experienced a tragedy, and their Thanksgiving was not going to be about pumpkin pies.
I recently received an email from a company seeking my business. The message contained so many symbols, it appeared more
E.S. will be 86 in March. While I'll send a card and a little wrapped something, I know the gift she would appreciate most
Thanksgiving is meant to bring out the best in us. For some that means our most grateful side; for others, our most domestic
"It will be a long time before someone invents something that will replace that old apron that served so many purposes."
The plates reminded me of dinners in our old house, and looking around the living room, I could imagine my father (who had passed away 27 years ago this month) sitting on the sofa. Each clang of the grandfather clock reminded me of being a little girl.
I'm starting to wonder if this presidential election might hinge on aprons.
Here are some of the coolest tools I've tested over the past year. If there's an outdoor cook in your family, put any of these under the tree and you will eat better as a result.
As the icon of America's mothers, the apron symbolized the comfort of the home, with the red, white and blue Victory Apron a reminder of motherhood as a symbol worth fighting for.