Today is February 21

Published 8:43 am Sunday, February 21, 2021

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1878 the first telephone book is published in New Haven, CT. It was one page and had 50 phone numbers.

National Grain Free Day

Founded in 2019 this day was created by Siete Family Foods to bring awareness to those that are unable to eat grains due to various dietary restrictions or health reason. A couple of the reccomded ways to celebrate this day is to try new recipes and to cook togther as a family.

Grain Free Cranberry Bread


  • 4 tbsp butter, melted, can also use coconut oil⁠
  • 1 c almond flour
  • 1 tbsp coconut flour
  • ⁠2 tbsp potato starch⁠
  • ¼ c tapioca flour⁠
  • ½ c cassava flour
  • ⁠2 tbsp golden flaxseed meal
  • ⁠1 c light brown sugar or coconut sugar
  • ⁠1.5 tsp baking powder
  • ⁠1.5 tsp baking soda⁠
  • 1 tsp apple cider vinegar
  • ⁠1 tsp salt⁠
  • 1 egg, lightly beaten (3 tablespoon if using JUST EGG)⁠
  • ¾ c almond milk (any nut milk or milk will also work)
  • ⁠1 bag cranberries, washed and dried⁠
  • Turbinado sugar for topping⁠


  1. Preheat oven to 350ºF
  2. Butter and flour a 9×5-inch loaf pan and set aside
  3. ⁠Whisk together gluten free flour blend, brown sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt
  4. Set aside
  5. ⁠Combine butter, egg, apple cider vinegar, and almond milk
  6. Add the wet mixture to the dry mixture and fold in cranberries
  7. ⁠Pour batter into the prepared pan, top with turbinado sugar
  8. Bake for 1 hour 15 minutes or until the toothpick inserted into the middle and comes out clean
  9. ⁠Let bread cool for 30 minutes, invert and turn right-side-up on a cooling rack
  10. Let cool completely before slicing.

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1927 Erma Bombeck is born. An American humorist, Bombeck was a syndicated columnist and author that wrote about motherhood and life in the suburbs. Some Bombeck quotes include:

“A child needs your love most when he deserves it least”

“If I had my life to live over…

Someone asked me the other day if I had my life to live over would I change anything.

My answer was no, but then I thought about it and changed my mind.

If I had my life to live over again I would have waxed less and listened more.

Instead of wishing away nine months of pregnancy and complaining about the shadow over my feet, I’d have cherished every minute of it and realized that the wonderment growing inside me was to be my only chance in life to assist God in a miracle.

I would never have insisted the car windows be rolled up on a summer day because my hair had just been teased and sprayed.

I would have invited friends over to dinner even if the carpet was stained and the sofa faded.

I would have eaten popcorn in the “good” living room and worried less about the dirt when you lit the fireplace.

I would have taken the time to listen to my grandfather ramble about his youth.

I would have burnt the pink candle that was sculptured like a rose before it melted while being stored.

I would have sat cross-legged on the lawn with my children and never worried about grass stains.

I would have cried and laughed less while watching television … and more while watching real life.

I would have shared more of the responsibility carried by my husband which I took for granted.

I would have eaten less cottage cheese and more ice cream.

I would have gone to bed when I was sick, instead of pretending the Earth would go into a holding pattern if I weren’t there for a day.

I would never have bought ANYTHING just because it was practical/wouldn’t show soil/ guaranteed to last a lifetime.

When my child kissed me impetuously, I would never have said, “Later. Now, go get washed up for dinner.”

There would have been more I love yous … more I’m sorrys … more I’m listenings … but mostly, given another shot at life, I would seize every minute of it … look at it and really see it … try it on … live it … exhaust it … and never give that minute back until there was nothing left of it.”

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