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photo by Susan Scarborough The 4th of July always evokes memories from childhood.  Friends gathering together for patriotic picnics, families celebrating America’s freedom, fireworks exploding at sundown, and people of all ages eating lots of watermelon.  Watermelon is the perfect summer food because of its coolness and hydrating freshness.   To this day whenever I […]

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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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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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Last month’s Concours d’Elegance was the inspiration for a Picnic With a Special Car…a classic 1922 Model T Ford Depot Hack.  Amelia Island Plantation residents Mike DePew and Marianna McIntyre shared their classic car with us and hoping for perfect weather we planned a special picnic at the airport with a good-looking  jet and the car.   […]

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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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I love mountain trout and am always looking for the right way to prepare.  I bought 2 trout fillets at our local roadside stand/farmers market.  Freshly caught and filleted that morning. Many times I wrap in bacon and throw on the grill.  The bacon gets crispy and the flavor seeps through. This time I wanted […]

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During these Dog Days Of Summer, nothing could be better than eating a big slice of cold watermelon. Photo by Susan Scarborough In a previous 4th of July post I included my watermelon salad recipe.  This summer I decided to make a watermelon wedge salad.  With the new popularity of the old traditional iceberg lettuce wedge, […]

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