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Kiengkham's Korner: scrumptious coconut cake!

My girlfriend shared her grandma's coconut cake and we made a pretty scrumptious one! It's a heart attack waiting to happen kind of cake, but it's so good! I'm definitely going to make it again.

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Our coupon haul is smaller this week. Before coupons = $32.05 After coupons = $7.72! More savings for our heat pump and Disney 2015 trip!

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Last year I learned to sew a few things. I have a break for the fourth of July so I'm working on more sewing projects.

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This week's garden update. We got to pick our Jalapeños and added it to our chili dinner and had it in our chicken salad sandwich for lunch. We also picked the string beans. I am going to use them in my Thai salad for the fourth of July with my family. Our gladiolus flowers are blooming so beautifully, they give our yard a tropical look. I'm loving it!

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