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Love your web site. Found it on “The Country Register, We rode up to Edenyville, N.C. We went through Lake Lure and stopped at the Welcome Center at Lake Lure, N.C. We live at Pacolet , S.C. The leaves are still very pretty here, Love your Receipes and all that you write about , cant wait to see what you will have for Thanksgiving, and Christmas, Thanks, Linda Ross
Have always loved your art and now your recipes. Thank you, Nancy
I saw your website in “The Country Register” that I picked up in Olds, Alberta, Canada. Thank you for the recipes – I can hardly wait to try them.
Found your ad in the “The Country Register” in Edmonton at the Earthly Goods Quilting store. I am enjoying your site and recipes. Thank you for sharing!
Thanks Amy, glad you’re here!
I always pick up The Country Register whenever I’m in JoJo’s quilt shop in Chesterfield Va…. so enjoying your site.
Happy to see you here!
Thank-you! I am going to my kitchen now to make your Cranberry Apple Crisp recipe (found in our Nebraska Country Register) and plan to use your Apple Bowl gift idea. I find all your illustrations and art work delightfully beautiful….if that could be correct verbage! Thanks again.
That sounds really good to me! xoxo
I have been collecting your art and books for years….and they still enchant me…you have such a wonderful talent and love that you are generous with us all.
I found your ad in “The Country Register” I picked up at The Country Schoolhouse Quilt Shop in Superior, WI. I love the gift basket ideas and plan to use this season for birhtdays and Christmas gifts. Thank you.
So nice to hear! Thank you Cheryl!
I am going to make a run to the grocery for the Tofu Noodles!! sounds good, even though I feel a little apprehensive! 🙂 I believe in you girl!! it’s cold out, snowy, and a good noodle day!! I love your site! browze it constantly! Thank you!
I know you’ll love them! Just be sure to follow directions and rinse them well! Delicious!
Hi susan. I too have been a fan & collector of your books and art for years! I even have pages ripped out of Country Living magazines from the early 90’s.
I will try the tofu noodles but married an Italian so……wish me luck.
I think you’ll be surprised! Don’t tell him, see what happens.
Susan, I just “discovered” you through The Country Register website (printed out the NC Nov/Dec 2011 edition). Your ad was displayed on the last page . . . needless to say, here I am on your website! I’m having fun exploring, checking out the recipes and looking forward to returning soon for more delights . . .
Glad to see you here Katie!
I just bought one of your address books, would like to know how do you get the refills? Where can you get them? I love your stuff!
Thank you for this posting. I love the recipes and the recipe card.
I used to enjoy the Country Register years ago and also the Susan Branch posts in it. But it makes me sad that I have been unable to locate any of them for a long time now. Can anyone help?
What a darling PDF recipe card file! Love it!!
I love your recipes! Wish I had the cook books. So happy I got to meet you!
Hello Susan, I received a jar of your Apricot and Pineapple jam as a Secret Santa gift, the jar is empty, the family loved it so much. They have requested refills but no receipe came with the gift, can you help.
Love your blog it makes me feel cozy when I read it.
You won’t believe it but that recipe is ON the January page of my new wall calendar. I hope you got it! SO good!
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