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  • Why Not… Savor Sweet Strawberries

    What is the best thing about a Florida winter? Yes, the weather dips way down into the forties at night. Five times. During the day we suffer through the sixties, seventies, and maybe a couple of days we’ll hit the eighties. Blue skies and palm trees and cocktails by the pool. Winter is grand. What […]

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  • The After-Party: Gasparilla Slow Cooker Pot Roast

    This is big party weekend in Tampa. The pirates take over downtown — protect the women and children! It is Gasparilla, and Tampa celebrates with a parade and glittering balls and krewe parties that go on for days. It is also going to be a cooler weekend weather wise, and this recipe is perfect for […]

  • The Spoiled Spouse Cleans My Oven — Star Wars Style

      There are two sides to entertaining at home. The one we all love is the planning, prep, and cooking of the creative and delicious dishes we will serve to our friends and family. The second part is the inevitable clean up, often involving a major project like a spattered oven. My oven is over […]

  • Turkey and Oyster Gumbo by The Spoiled Spouse

    Hope your Thanksgiving dinner was delicious—ours certainly was! If you’re lucky you have leftover turkey, and The Spoiled Spouse has an amazing solution. This recipe will certainly raise your home cuisine beyond the dreaded creamed turkey casserole. Let us know how it turns out. Recipes for Guys Who Don’t Cook So Good By The Spoiled […]

  • Recipes for Guys Who Don’t Cook So Good

    Recipes for Guys Who Don’t Cook So Good By  The Spoiled Spouse Like many men of a certain age, I grew up in a home where Mom cooked a majority of the meals and those cooked by Dad involved a great deal of red meat, charcoal briquettes, and flammable liquid.  I inherited the cooking gene […]

  • Southern Shepard’s Pie

    I am always looking for a new way to make Shepard’s Pie, and this recipe caught my attention. Since I was only cooking for my husband and me, I cut the ingredients in half. I made my own crust and used a deep-dish ceramic quiche dish. Publix premade mashed potatoes worked well and saved time, […]

  • Road Trip: Ohio State versus Rutgers University

    America is a beautiful country. I had the luxury of contemplating these words a couple of years ago as my husband and I drove from Florida to Ohio. We were on our way to a football game, Rutgers versus Ohio State. We love college football, and on our bucket list is to attend a Rutgers […]

  • Copy This Look: Fall Sideboard

    I don’t like everything to look brand new. I suppose that’s why my favorite TV viewing is British shows set in picturesque villages, castles, and Oxford, England. In these dramas, the decor demonstrates a deep respect for family heirlooms and great-grandmother’s china — even if the latter comes complete with a few flea bites. I […]

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Generated 7 months ago

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  • How to Develop Your Signature Style

    How does the average person hone a personal style in their wardrobe, home, garden… lifestyle? I have been blogging about many aspects of style since 2009, but I’m not sure I’ve ever attempted to distill my thoughts on the subject into a few simple, achievable steps. I have become a huge fan of Instagram. My […]

  • As Ye Sow…

    Scene: The side yard of my house. Objective: Trim two gardenia plants that threaten to engulf the house like the thorns in Sleeping Beauty. Result: A gift. You’ve heard it all before — in a Florida summer bugs grow to Jurassic size and the plants are on Miracle Grow. I planned on spending no more than […]

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Generated 7 months ago

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  • Inspiration: Norma Kamali

    I have an unexpected day-off. In fact, I’m also off tomorrow and this is a rare occurrence. So instead of lying in bed and staring at the ceiling, cherishing the fact that I didn’t have to move if I didn’t want to, I dragged my not-completely-convinced body out of bed.  After coffee and a quick […]

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 7 months ago

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  • Planning a Wedding on Pinterest

    How do you plan a wedding when you live a thousand miles away from the bride? This was the conundrum my daughter and I faced — she in New Jersey and I in Florida. When she became engaged we had a year and a half to plan what I knew would be an event worthy […]

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