Smoky scents of grills waft in the distance, greetings and hugs intermingle between busy participants readying long tables lined with selections of old favorites, varying combinations of classics for filling the crowds, and then, some foods with newer twists whose play will determine their own score by the crowds taste testers, its Tailgate time.
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.
Happy New Year. I’m hoping that your 2014 is off to a good start. Thanks to everyone for your support and readership of Spiced Peach Blog over the year which is greatly appreciated. One popular blogging topic over the past week suggests the idea on not making New Year’s resolutions but rather just living life […]
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Having a family spread out across 4 states from Nevada, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Florida the summertime often provides a perfect opportunity to get together for the annual family reunion. This year marks the 50th birthday celebration of my younger sister, Carolyn, and to celebrate she and my brother in law, Roger, rented a seven bedroom […]