I thought to add a bit more detail to this long GoAncestry journey. The webiste has some more features that were added this last year.
I enjoy the flag counter as I get a glimpse into the location our visitors are coming from. I am not sure it really tells me anything more than that, but that is enough for such an easy to use application.
Spent some time getting the site into a more secure state. It wasn't insecure to begin with, but the method used to
Things have been progressing nicely for the site and for our personal efforts in Genealogy and History. We believe we are on the right track and that over time we will have a wealth of information posted here that will help others. While it will be time that is the judge of that opinion, I am comfortable in continuing our efforts on our current path.
We do have the basic constructs built for the US States and their respective counties. Efforts to create this infrastructure has pro
Things have come along well in the past weeks. Over the last days part of our team has been working to add more research related content to pages from Maryland, Delaware, Ohio, and even a few other entries here and there.
My dilemma is now trying to decide what gets worked on next.
A part of me is considering that I keep working on with the foundation, those page constructs, databases, and the mechanics of the site presentation. Though it is a bit less rewarding than bringing a regi
I have been working on my family tree for a number of years now. During that time I also worked on the trees of others, the brick walls of others, and those other aspects of life that are not genealogically related. I still work outside the home. I would find different clues while researching, and each of them would open a new door to possibilities. Many times I would have to chose ONE of them and pursue that option for what seemed like weeks. Then upon a successful or unsuccessful outcome
HOT HAM AND CHEESE CRESCENTS
Author: Stephanie @ Plain Chicken
Yield: 48 crescents
Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 30 mins
Hot Ham and Cheese Crescents recipe – ham, cheddar, swiss, cream cheese, dijon mustard, Worcestershire, brown sugar mixed together and baked in crescent rolls and topped with poppy seeds. I am totally addicted to these! I could not stop eating them! I am already planning on making them again this week!
1 lb cooked ham, chopped
¾ cup shredded cheddar cheese
¾ cup shredded swiss cheese
1 (8-oz) cream cheese, softened
1 Tbsp dijon mustard
1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1 Tbsp brown sugar
¼ tsp onion powder
3 (8-oz) cans refrigerated crescent rolls
1 Tbsp poppy seeds
Preheat oven to 375°F.
Mix together ham, cheddar, swiss, cream cheese, dijon mustard, Worcestershire, brown sugar and onion powder.
Separate crescent rolls into 24 triangles. Cut each triangle in half, forming two triangles. Scoop one tablespoon of ham mixture on the long end of each triangle. Roll up crescents and place on baking sheet. Sprinkle tops of crescents with poppy seeds.
Bake for 15 to 18 minutes.
Hello! I have been a member of Archion since 2019. They have good info. If you haven't checked lately, they added a LOT of records for north Germany in the spring 2020... (I was searching Rendsburg-Eckenförde)...
Too late now, but in March 2020 they were offering a year subscription for the price of 3 months...