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A Year In Review

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S: 2010

BC: Another Super Year at the Coblers

FC: Cobler's Family Traditions 2010

1: Up in the attic Down on my knees Lifetimes of boxes Timeless to me. Letter and photographs Yellowed with years Some bringing laughter Some bringing tears. | Time never changes The memories, the faces Of loved ones, who bring to me All that I come from And all that I live for And all that I'm going to be. My precious family Is more than an heirloom to me. (Amy Grant)

2: So many of our traditions combine good friends, family, and food. Here is a taste of our family favorites throughout the year.

3: z | Beat the New Year 5K

4: So many of our traditions combine good friends, family, and food. Here is a taste of our family favorites throughout the year.

5: New Years Day Family Party

6: One of our favorite Swedish Recipes - Saffron Rolls

7: More of ourNew Year's favorite Appetizers | Note: Brown Sausage and stir in onions. While still warm stir in cream cheese. Stuff Mushroom caps and bake. | Cheese Roll 1 lb Velveeta Cheese Roll 1 - 8 oz Cream Cheese 1 small can chopped olives 1 small can chopped green chili's Roll out Velveeta on tinfoil into a thin oblong layer. Spread softened cream cheese. Drain olives and sprinkle over cream cheese. Drain chili's and sprinkle over olives. Roll like you would cinnamon roll dough so it is in a pinwheel shape. Put in fridge and let set. Serve as a cheese roll with Ritz Crackers | Fish n Chips Lays Potato chips Lox Cream Cheese Chives Lay large potato chips out on a platter. Place a small piece of thinly sliced Lox on each chip. Place a dollop of cream cheese and sprinkle with chopped chives. We learned how to make this after visiting Hawaii one year and trying to find dinner late one night. The only thing open was the bar at our hotel. We went to see if they would serve food and they said they would make us something from the appetizer menu. On it was fish and chips. We thought that sounded great. Of course we were thinking of the old English style fish and chips. Boy were we surprised when they brought out five chips with lox and cream cheese on them. But we tried them and liked them. They have been a family favorite ever since.

10: "Families are like fudge ... mostly sweet with a few nuts."


15: Mixing our families , traditions, and heritages here are some of our favorite Swedish, Danish, and American Cookies we look forward to at every celebration!

16: Happy 18th Birthday Bre

17: Carol and Bre | The Melting Pot | Darrin and Vicki | Good Times

18: Two of Bre's favorite cakes | This is Bill's grandma Greta's, from Sweden, recipe. She was famous for this cake and made them for many of the Swedish families around the valley. Bill makes it with love and fond memories of watching and helping his grandma in the kitchen. You have to cut the layers in half with thread and sometimes instead of just layering with whip cream and strawberries he adds vanilla sauce.

19: Two of Bre's favorite cakes

20: The First Race in the Long Distance Running Circuit

22: Abbigail | Kevin and Drew | The Guys at work | Grandma

23: Happy Easter | Grandma Great's House

24: A Visit from our good friends who live in Japan

25: Salt Lake Marathon

26: "It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are."

27: Enjoy the little things for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things. - Robert Brault

28: Put your heart, mind, intellect and soul even to your smallest acts. This is the secret of success. ~Swami Sivananda | You did it!

29: "Wherever you go, go with all your heart." ~Confucius

31: Breanna's Graduation Party

32: Even though it was a funeral it was wonderful to see the family and reflect on how grandma touched all of our lives with her beautiful song, good food, and unconditional love. | In July we lost our loving Grandma Sybil! We cherish the time we spent with her before she passed away and miss her warm hugs and loves! | Grandma rarely used a recipe so many of the things she made we will never be able to recreate but I do have her honey candy recipe and fond memories of helping her stretch it when I was I was growing up.

34: Believe it or not this is at the Minute Man 5K (We did manage to squeeze a 5K race in among all the other activities)

35: Sam had a great summer hangin' out with Grandma Ed at the movies and arcade games. He celebrated his birthday with his school friends at Fat Cats for bowling, games, and good times! | Bill and Sam's Birthday over the 4th of July Holiday. Dinner at Bonsai for Sam's favorite. Yum Sushi!

36: Sampling at the Macadamia Nut Farm

37: Hawaii 2010

39: Pearl Harbor The Dole Pineapple Plantation Polynesian Cultural Center | Catching some rays at the beach

40: The Buhdist Temple | Sam's New Hat

41: Hawaii Overlook

42: Swimming with the dolphins

43: Learning to hula

44: For Mark and Barry's visit this fall, we had homemade soups and bread sticks

45: Best Bread sticks Ever Thaw Rhodes Roll dough. Melt a cube of butter and sprinkle at least 3 tablespoons salad supreme into the melted butter. Dip each roll into the butter, stretch into a stick and place on the cookie sheet. Fill a cookie sheet . Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and let raise. Bake on 350 in the oven until well browned. | This is the noodle recipe I use to make Chicken Noodles. I roll them out with a rolling pin, sprinkle flour over it and roll the dough up and cut it into thin strips. Then when I add them to the soup the flour acts as a thickener and keeps the noodles from sticking together.

46: “When you put yourself on the line in a race and expose yourself to the unknown, you learn things about yourself that are very exciting.” - Doris Brown Heritage | The Cross Country Season Begins

47: Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson | The Remodel 2010

49: Trick or Treat. Be so sweet. Give me something good to eat.Trick or treat

50: Sam | State USATF Junior Olympics Cross Country Meet | Mom and Sam | Dakota | Great Stride | The Course | Bre | Sam off to a great start | The whole gang

51: We are all heading to the USATF JO XC Region Meet in Phoenix! Good job kids!

53: A Day to Give Thanks

54: Family Traditions on Thanksgiving

55: Thanksgiving at the Cobler's starts with running a 5K race. Then we all come home and have crepes filled with fruit, Nutella, and whip cream. After breakfast we start making the appetizers and get the turkey in the oven. We have appetizers around 2:00, dinner is between 5 and 6 and we finish our day with pie around 8.

56: Christmas Cookies and Treats | Handed down from family to family and now a part of ours

57: More Family Favorites | Into your life add a cup of cheer Do not waste a drop, my dear Sweeten with a spoon of honey Mix a generous dash of funny Add an ounce of pleasant dream Worth a pound of wrinkle cream Stir gently to your favorite song Smoothing out every little wrong Add a pinch or two of guile Blend in with a loving smile Sift out that lump of frown With your spoon mash it down Sprinkle generously with love Mix with blessings from above At this time it would be wise To drop in one grand surprise Make a new batch every year Give to those that you hold dear Pass it along with a favorite book Turn a friend into a lifetime cook

58: "Although it's been said, many times, many ways, Merry Christmas to you!"

59: Santa Lucia

60: Christmas Goodies | Dad named them eyeballs but they are really Aebelskievers | Susan's Carrot Cake | Artichoke Dip

61: On Christmas morning we make this and serve over english muffins

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