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Living in the South is a wonderful predicament, but as all Southerners know it sure gets hot and humid.  Especially in August.   To escape the heat, Dave and I are visiting 2 of our favorite states, Vermont and Maine.  The Green Mountains of Vermont,  surrounded by fertile valleys,  flowered meadows, white clapboard houses and barns […]

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Seafood Boils go by many different names depending on which part of the country is serving this American  tradition. It’s called a Low Country Boil or Tidewater Boil on the southern coasts of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.  These always include fresh-from-the-water shrimp. Photo courtesy The Darkroom Photography and Elegant Island Living Magazine Frogmore Stew is […]

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September means back to school, back to football and back to tailgating. For a recent feature in South Island Living, we celebrated the many colleges represented in our community.  I have included recipes from several schools playing big games in September. ( Of course the main one I will be watching Saturday at 6…Tennessee verses […]

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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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In a previous post I told you the story about Pops. My father-in-law, David Miller Sr. (“Pops”), is an inspiration.  South Island Living magazine’s May issue includes his story about the mysterious fevers that plagued him for 10 years.  His “burning bush” moment when he heard the voice and hoped he would be cured.   The […]

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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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It’s a good time to write about things to do on a Mississippi college football road trip.  Mississippi was rocking last Saturday with ESPN’s College GameDay broadcasting live from The Grove at Ole Miss and SEC Nation broadcasting live from The Junction at Mississippi State. After Mississippi State upset Texas A&M, ESPN’s College GameDay will […]

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