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I was recently asked to review and received free of charge (as a member of Cookin’ It With Kix blogger team),  a new cookbook written by Kix Brooks,  one-half of the best-selling country music duo Brooks & Dunn.  It was not difficult to say yes because I love reading and testing cookbooks, particulaly one that […]

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As we celebrate Thanksgiving with family and friends I hope all remember the loved ones no longer with us, the servicemen and women who sacrifice much to make our country safe, those less fortunate than us, and thank those who share our lives and love.   Last year we celebrated different dressings recipes. In our […]

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November is a month for homecomings…whether it be a college homecoming football game, a family meal at Thanksgiving or a gathering of college fraternity brothers and their wives on our lovely Amelia Island. Amelia Island Plantation recently witnessed 2 fraternity gatherings.  Jim and Jane Flynn hosted Jim’s Pi Kappa Phi-Beta Alpha (New Jersey Institute of […]

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THANKSGIVING DINNERS TAKE EIGHTEEN HOURS TO PREPARE.  THEY ARE CONSUMED IN TWELVE MINUTES.  HALF-TIMES TAKE TWELVE MINUTES.  THIS IS NOT COINCIDENCE. ERMA BOMBECK I have always loved Erma Bombeck’s wit.  This quote seems to appropriately go along with my Thanksgiving, Homegating and Rivalry Weekend theme.   As we celebrate Thanksgiving with family and friends I […]

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Thank you KathyMillerTime readers for your enthusiastic response to THANKSGIVING, HOMEGATING AND RIVALRY WEEKEND post!  I had so many comments, emails and notes sent my way commenting on your favorite stuffing recipe, your favorite rivalries, your favorite homegating ideas, and your favorite tailgating ideas.  Many of you do not comment directly on my post, but […]

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Thanksgiving is a time when families gather together to give thanks for their bounty, to eat a great meal together and in many families to watch college football. For many schools throughout the country the Thanksgiving Weekend means Rivalry Week.  Many are intrastate rivalries.  Many are for that state’s bragging rights. A few come to […]

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