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I find the humble objects used in homemaking to be quite beautiful,
a stoneware mixing bowl, an old wooden spoon, my mama's old tin measuring cups.
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Long ago, on a trip back east to see her family, mama brought home this baking powder.
It was a brand we didn't have here in Oregon.
A family member there must have made her some "better biscuits".
I have kept the empty tin for years and years.
Like mama, when I'm traveling I'm prone to bring something home from the grocery store
that we don't have here.
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I had fun photographing this still life of a faux baking session.
As you can see, in some of the photos I used a white background,
and in some I let the window and outdoors be the background.
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For your own real life baking session,
here's a recipe for Mama's Oatmeal Cookies
and here's a recipe for her Oatmeal Cake.
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