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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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Last week KathyMillerTime featured a Roasted Butternut Squash Black Bean Chili.  This week we highlight a more traditional butternut squash soup with apples and curry…a colorful, hearty soup for cold winter nights. We made this one the other night and enjoyed it while watching the Carolina Panthers/Arizona Cardinals playoff game.  The Denver Bronos had already […]

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  During the wintertime, there are nothing better than soups and stews to warm the heart and soul.  I have been experimenting with one of my favorite ingredients, butternut squash.  I can’t seem to get enough of the bright, colorful vegetable.  It is always one of my go to sides and I use it instead […]

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My shade of orange (Tennessee) will be prevalent in The Swamp in Gator Country this weekend.  After showing off the checkerboard orange and white in Knoxville for last year’s big game, the Gators are chomping at the bit to wear blue…all blue!  (Last year Neyland Stadium was orange and white checkerboard all over thanks to fans […]

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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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I am not a fan of corned beef and cabbage. There…I have said it… Every St. Patrick’s Day when invited to a party I usually don’t partake of the CB and C. I did a little checking, mainly to see if others feel the same way I do.  Seems quite a few do….And after researching, […]

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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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