Tailgate Tuesday Tips

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Hey Sports Fans. Welcome to Tailgate Tuesday sharing some tips on the Tailgate Trail. From casual to formal, before or after a sporting event, whether sharing a spread upon long tables or small, when it comes to Tailgating tradition, you can always bet that the theme of the food sets the celebration.

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Mediterranean Style Meal in a Bowl

 

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 It’s time to hoist up a couple large sized plastic containers filled with round budded colored mums and set them into the hour glass shaped bluish grey cement planters on each side of my front door. Lots of folks seem excited on the traditional rites of fall now moving closer by the day, and though I’m usually its biggest fan, this year I am admittedly entering it like getting into the cold ocean one toe at a time.

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Tailgate Tuesday Tips

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Hey Sports Fans. Are your ready for some Tailgating? It’s fall sports game time. All around you lots of news articles may abound the suggestion of grilling one final time during Labor Day weekend. But not you, in fact, you’re just getting started for the months ahead, revving up those grills and smokers, loading up coolers and tables, filling up tailgate boxes, and cooking up a whole array of foods for spreading across the Tailgate Table celebrating your team and enjoying your sport. From the simple to the creative, its all about pleasing the crowd. Grilled Chicken Quesadillas anyone?

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Corn and Pepper Pancakes

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Table set with festive dishware, small shaped vases and assorted glass bottles dotted with fresh flowers and herbs, a collection of brightly colored napkins, neatly tied together the evening’s meal.

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Peach Salsa with Grilled Shrimp

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 The ‘unofficial’ end of summer on the East Coast this past Labor Day weekend felt strikingly more like ‘official’ summer than the past weeks of summer. High temperatures and humidity levels nearly enabled a thunder storm. Nearly. Curious how a bit of thunder and a few drops of rain (not even enough to water the garden) created a power shortage throughout the county.

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August Cottage Cooking Club, Caponata, Chard and new Potato Curry

badge_ccc_320 Late August and this weekend ushers in the unofficial last week of the summer on the East Coast. Where has the time flown? It’s been a busy Posting week on Spiced Peach Blog. We’ve had our 200th published post, a 2nd ‘Blogeversary’, and today marks the due date on our third month Cooking Along with the Cottage Cooking Club joining in with other food bloggers from throughout the world and sharing the cookbook, River Cottage veg everyday, written by British author, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. This month on Spiced Peach we feature two recipes from among the selection chosen by our fearless leader (and amazing photographer) Andrea, from The Kitchen Lioness, Notes from a very small German Kitchen.

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Gazpacho

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The clock goes tick tock.
Time has left the dock.
School is now the reason.
Shorter days become the season.
Red tomatoes are still bursting.
For Gazpacho we are thirsting.

Gazpacho.

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Celebrating 200 Posts on Spiced Peach Blog! Peach Treats on National Peach Day

IMG_6730 For National Peach Day our Peach Treats include: Peach Cake, a recipe of Aunt Betty’s, typed on a yellowed, splotched, file card of many years past, an Open Face Piled High Peach Pie with Blueberries, and, last seasons, Peach and Blueberry Tart.

In addition, to our recent two year- ‘Bloggerversary’ today also marks the special occasion of Spiced Peach Blog Celebrating 200 Posts! Thank You! 

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Chicken Liver Pate with Roasted Red Peppers on Toast

IMG_6431 Bright floods of light fill the summer skies each day, occasionally interrupted by a light shower, and one day last week, the clearing skies formed the rings of rare multicolored prisms, a rainbow.

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Fresh Picked Blueberries and Lemon Tarts

IMG_6399 Fresh Picked Blueberries and Lemon Tarts. I hesitate to say that such a classic almost seemed somehow retro when deciding to revisit this sweet treat formerly prepared in most upscale restaurants and bakeries during their singular burst of sweeping popularity in the eighties.

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