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WHAT I REMEMBER – Family Events

January 6, 2015 | by admin

Many cookouts, barbeques, and oyster roasts when growing up – great family events. This is my immediate family (before grandchildren) at an oyster roast a little over 10 years ago.

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IN THE KITCHEN WITH DR. B – Scallop and Green Bean Terrine

January 6, 2015 | by admin

Not having prepared the scallop and green bean terrine in many years, my wife and I thought this would be a good choice for New Year’s Eve. The original recipe appeared in Gourmet Magazine in 1978. A few comments about the ingredients: Make sure the scallops […]

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WOMEN’S HEALTH INFORMATION – ABNORMAL BLEEDING

December 14, 2014 | by admin

What is abnormal bleeding? Monthly bleeding lasting 3-7 days is a normal part of female physiology between the ages of 10 and 51 or so. Bleeding in a younger girl or in a post-menopausal woman should be evaluated by a physician. If a girl has […]

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JUST FOR FUN – HOLIDAYS

December 14, 2014 | by admin

TAG (The Telfair Academy Guild) decorates the period rooms in The Academy for the holidays. I have photographed the decorations the past couple of years. Mary Telfair bequeathed her Regency-style home upon her death in 1875 to The Georgia Historical Society which is now The […]

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WHAT I REMEMBER – KIAWAH ISLAND AS A CHILD

December 14, 2014 | by admin

Marion Brown was a childhood friend who lived down the street from my family in Charleston.  His family had a small cottage on Kiawah Island just south of Charleston.  At the time, the only access to the island was through a pad-locked gate in the […]

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IN THE KITCHEN WITH DR. B. – BORDELAISE SAUCE

December 14, 2014 | by admin

The photograph was taken several years ago in the Canadian mountains during the summer. The scene reminds me of Christmas, hence the reason for attaching it to this recipe. Christmas is a time for celebrating the birth of Jesus for Christians. It is also a […]

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WOMEN’S HEALTH INFORMATION – PUTTING OFF SEEING THE DOCTOR

November 14, 2014 | by admin

In our crazy 90-to-nothing world, we all put off things that do not have to be done now – that includes me. As we age, health issues become more frequent and serious. Whether we are a single parent, a mother/wife, employee/employer, student, care-giver to an aging parent, or whomever, we all have too many things […]

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JUST FOR FUN – PHOTOS OF LOCAL EVENTS

November 14, 2014 | by admin

Recently, I have been photographing local events, including The Telfair Museum’s Rooms with a View, The Isle of Hope’s Art and Music Festival, and the opening night of SCAD’s Film Festival. I have included one photo from each event. For more of the story and […]

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WHAT I REMEMBER

November 14, 2014 | by admin

Growing up, I remember many family events/vacations that I have fond memories of. Just wish I was taking photos back then. I do have some photos but not all of the ones I wish I had. After Mom’s funeral, my sister and I were going […]

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IN THE KITCHEN WITH DR. B. – CHILI

November 14, 2014 | by admin

With the cooler weather, a good bowl of chili is a good choice for lunch or dinner. I usually double or triple this one so I can freeze the extras. If freezing, wait until it is thawed to add the kidney beans, or they will […]

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