Victorian Garden House
relocated to The Summerville-Dorchester Museum
Summerville, South Carolina
I LOVE this. What could I possibly mean when I say that? Well, since you asked . . . . . I’ll tell you. This my friends I think is a great philosophy! Our new friends, Horny Toad, define the words Live Toadally in this way, “We make clothes, but it’s about . . . → Read More: “LIVE TOADALLY”
My immersion blender came with a small bowl and attachment that allows it to work like a food processor. I love it. It is great for small quantities such as this margarine rub for corn. I had a smidgeon of the mixture left over and used it on a grilled cheese sandwich. Yum!
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Start July off with a bang in South Carolina at the one of many 4th of July events including one a few days later on the 7th at McCormick that includes an air show. Junior shaggers have a 6 day event in Myrtle Beach (where else!?) and come celebrate peaches, tomatoes, watermelons and . . . → Read More: SC EVENTS – JULY 2013
North Carolina resident or headed that way? There is no lack of events this month. Instead picking a few to comment on I’d like to note one whose name is not French (as I had initially thought) but comes from an ancient Scottish dialect. The festival is “Bele Chere” and means “beautiful living”. . . . → Read More: NC EVENTS – JULY 2013
Summer is here and it is time to check out everything your local farmer’s market has to offer. My nearest local farmer’s market is the Wake Forest Farmer’s Market, located about 5 miles from my house and it is one of my favorites. The vendors are all local folks that live in about . . . → Read More: TIME TO VISIT THE MARKET!
I love zucchini. I could eat it every day and often do in the summer. Nothing better than a big plate of zucchini for dinner. This recipe is easy and delicious and brings out a slight sweetness to the zucchini.
6 medium sized zucchini
1 tablespoon olive oil
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Kittrell a tiny little town located in Granville County, North Carolina is home to the final resting place of 52 Confederate soldiers.
The soldiers buried in this historic cemetery died at a local hotel that had been converted to a military hospital during the War. The soldiers were from North Carolina . . . → Read More: CAROLINAS A TO Z: KITTRELL NORTH CAROLINA – A CONFEDERATE RESTING PLACE