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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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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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Big games going on this Halloween.  Should be lots of fun tailgating at schools across the country. One I will be watching…my Tennessee Vols playing in Lexington, Kentucky.   Tailgaters love BBQ and Baby Back Ribs.  LongHorn Steakhouse shared this recipe for Baby Back Ribs.  I thought the BBQ sauce was appropriate before a Kentucky […]

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Recently I was approached by LongHorn Steakhouse to share grilling/tailgating recipes developed by their executive chefs. I love a good steak and my idea of a good cut of beef…filet mignon.  This recipe adds special mushrooms and red wine Bordelaise sauce to really impress your guests.      I know, I know…We are talking about […]

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Whether tailgating at your favorite stadium, watching the game at your local sports bar, or homegating with family and friends, nachos always feel like comfort food.  This recipe adapted from Half Baked Harvest  seemed like a perfect matchup for the big game day.  I loved the chipotle cheese sauce instead of plain cheddar sauce and the […]

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Last month’s Concours d’Elegance on Amelia Island was the inspiration for a picnic in the grass… a picnic with a vintage Model A.  Picnics and tailgating are similar in that portability and the ability to serve foods cold or at outdoor temperature are musts… along with having a good time. This elegant 1928 Ford Model […]

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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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This time last year I connected the dots between the 2 Super Bowl quarterbacks and their perspective colleges. Think I will do the same thing this year.  Next week I will add recipes representing their pro teams and cities.   Tailgating can be accomplished anywhere;  on a college campus, at a pro stadium, or in […]

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