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The 4th of July is coming up quickly! I love the 4th of July!  I love…Americans celebrating the signing of the Declaration of Independence…  Americans celebrating with family and friends…Americans waving the Red, White, and Blue…Americans listening to Patriotic Songs…Americans watching fireworks exploding in the night…The 4th is a day of celebration. 4th Of July […]

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With Memorial Day upon us this weekend, many will be celebrating with family and friends. I love the red, white and blue holidays and always think a festive cheeseboard built with savory cheeses and meats along with fresh strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries makes for a perfect appetizer.  The Strawberry Bruschetta served with a creamy […]

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My article for South Island Living…just published… right before the College Football Championship Semifinals.  Enjoy! It’s Playoff Time in College Football!  With an early deadline for this January issue (before Thanksgiving and before many of the storied college rivalry games)  I tried to guess the correct final four teams.  I am including recipes for each […]

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I love a good college football rivalry and there is none better than the Florida/Georgia game held annually in Jacksonville, Florida.   Equal number of tickets are allotted to each school.  The stadium is evenly divided; half Florida fans, half Georgia fans, making for one of the most exciting game day atmospheres in the country. Many […]

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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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Several years ago, our family resurrected a 70’s fad…The Fondue Party… and began a new family tradition.  I bought several fondue recipe books and began to experiment.  We had many a good night around the fondue pot in the North Carolina mountains. During the final days of February pretending we were in the Swiss Alps […]

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I love a good college football rivalry and there is none better than the Florida/Georgia game held annually in Jacksonville, Florida.  This year’s game actually falls on October 31…Halloween!  Equal number of tickets are allotted to each school.  The stadium is evenly divided; half Florida fans, half Georgia fans, making for one of the most […]

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