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079 – Charlottesville Community Magic.

By Jenée Libby on August 15, 2017

  “In every community, there is work to be done. In every nation, there are wounds to heal. In every heart, there is the power to do it.” —Marianne Williamson Resistance Work. With Persistence, Resolve,…

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Big Love Bake Sale.

By Jenée Libby on April 10, 2017

Community. Connection. Face-to-face, real interaction. These are the tenets behind Edacious. So I’m very pleased to announce the very first Edacious fundraiser, the Big Love Bake Sale. On Saturday, April 15th from 9am-noon, head on down…

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Brownies.

By Jenée Libby on August 29, 2016

In the book, Stir, Jessica Fechtor writes: “You can cook for one. A fried egg and toast, a potato with cottage cheese, a single artichoke, steamed. Baking, on the other hand? I don’t care how…

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Cheese Balls and Russian Teacakes.

By Jenée Libby on December 28, 2015

It’s the holiday season, and with that comes holiday food. Some of the childhood memories most precious to me involve holiday food, in particular the dishes my Momma slaved away to create for us every…

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Grief Cookies. Like Kummerspeck, But Sweeter.

By Jenée Libby on December 21, 2015

Momma was Pinterest before one existed. She was Martha Stewart, Betty Crocker, Emily Post, Jackie Kennedy, and Cher all rolled into one. She made Betty Draper look like a hillbilly and Mary Berry a rank…