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In The Kitchen With Vera: Celebrating family time



I am thrilled this week to be at the home of my son John and his wife Mallory as we introduce our viewers to a unique cooking and lifestyle element: Sea Island Forge. 

Their hand-forged kettle makes cooking for your family and experience for all to enjoy and can also add a bit of warm...

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  1. This from Wife Lynda, “Loved today’s Very Vera article and now here’s the icing on the cake: my beautiful Very Vera cookbook has arrived safely at my door.” Folks, I will have the house to myself this weekend because she will be too busy reading said cookbook to pay any attention to me. Hmmm, I wonder what mischief I can get into? 😊

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