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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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Just as I love a good butternut squash soup in the winter, (click here and here for 2 versions) summertime means summer squash…lots of it. While in the mountains of NC over the 4th I bought my squash from The Cashiers Farmers Market I used the recipe from The Blackberry Farm Cookbook.  It is delicious and […]

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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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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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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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The 4th of July is always one of my favorite holidays.  Outdoor fun with picnic and tailgating type foods, and the grilling!  Everything from burgers, hotdogs, steaks, ribs, and corn.  But what about the low country boil?  A fabulous way to celebrate coastal shrimp.  This summer after reading about a Gulf Coast one pot meal […]

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A recent trip to Charleston, SC rekindled my love of courtyard and container gardening.  With real estate in the city at a premium, homeowners must make the best of small alleyways, side yards, and window boxes.  The piazzas or porches are designed to catch the ocean breezes and to serve as outdoor entertaining space,  perfect […]

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