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I will be making mini blueberry cheesecakes for the 4th of July!  Cool desserts are refreshing during hot summertime weather and being mini makes them portable and easy to serve. These cheesecakes are baked in patriotic red and blue striped baking cups! Another cool and refreshing dessert..Fruits tarts in the shape of an American Flag […]

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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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The 4th of July is here and gone with  Americans celebrating their Independence…Americans celebrating family get togethers…Americans waving the Red, White, and Blue… Americans listening to Patriotic Songs.  Photo by Susan Scarborough  Families and friends gather together in celebration.  Many foods popular for tailgating parties are also the same ones used for 4th of July picnics […]

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Featured article in South Island Living. Written and styled by KathyMillerTime. Photographs by Susan Scarborough, SmittenWithImages. When Nan and Jim Sands first visited Amelia Island, they thought they were simply enjoying the perks of an island job interview.   Those were the days when companies wined and dined candidates. In the Spring of 1972 The […]

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Rarely does The Kentucky Derby coincide with Mother’s Day.  The Kentucky Derby is always the 1st Saturday in May.  Mother’s Day is the 2nd Sunday in May.  This year May 1 fell on a Sunday …and voila…both are happening this weekend! (Could this possibly be related to a leap year?) All I know is:  I […]

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Memorial Day is a time to remember our military men and women who have given their lives to protect our country and our way of life…a free way of life.  Freedom to love, freedom to worship as we see fit, freedom to speak and think. Thank you to all who have given the ultimate sacrifice. I […]

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Many of you know me for my tailgating and homegating stories. Many have asked if I have tested all my recipes. During the college football off season, I look for creative ways to continue to test recipes, yet have fun. Friday Night Flick parties have become a tradition.  We invite our friends to dinner and […]

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I almost don’t know where to start.  Well almost. To my friends and readers with teams good enough to play in bowl games every year,  a bowl game in a-not-so important bowl may seem trivial and boring. When a team accustomed to playing in bowl games every year, slips and doesn’t make it to a […]

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