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Publisher's Notebook

Cookin' with Karl

I am currently typing away on a Sunday evening on my back deck, listening to the cicadas and birds and a random Harley. Kids voices are heard in the distance as they are playing in the woods, wafting up from time to time, and I think to myself, “This is perfection!” Click to read more