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  • Fireman’s Chicken, Cornbread and Mom’s Potato Salad #Recipe #Superbowl

    Fireman’s Chicken, Cornbread and Mom’s Potato Salad #Recipe #Superbowl

    Carol Remsburg is a long time friend of ours who describes herself as “Surrounded by water and lulled by the tidal pull”. A passionate wife, mother and friend, her blog title declares she is “Tidewater Bound- where amid the murky depths of an ordinary life are found joy.”  Although she feels her life is ‘ordinary’, her passion for food and cooking certainly are anything but. She told us she cooks in large quantities so she doesn’t have to prepare new meals every [...]

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  • Meet Annette Starbuck, Goodie Girl and Winner of Food Network’s ‘Cupcake Wars’ #Recipes

    Meet Annette Starbuck, Goodie Girl and Winner of Food Network’s ‘Cupcake Wars’ #Recipes

    Annette Starbuck, the multi-Award Winning Founder of Goodie Girls and Winner of Food Network’s ‘Cupcake Wars’, has a joyous passion for creating a variety of baked delights.  Even though Annette never actually enrolled into any institutional Culinary Programs or attended Culinary School, she’s achieved acclaimed success through her seasoned personal experience and pure creative determination. She was gracious enough to share her story AND two of her mouthwatering cupcake recipes with us. 

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  • Recipe for a tasty talk #FoodieChat

    Recipe for a tasty talk #FoodieChat

    Meet  Steve Green, President of NetUpNow, Inc. Social Media Marketing and PR Firm! Creator of the hashtag chat #Foodiechat every Monday at 8pm EST on Twitter.  He’s a Connector and Community Builder. What’s was your inspiration for starting Monday night’s #Foodiechat?  After spending years on my social media channels sharing about tips, and discoveries, it was time to create a community.  I am a natural Foodie, and on Monday, May 9, 2011, I began asking my Twitter friends Foodie questions [...]

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  • Tarpon Springs takes visitors to A Night at the Islands

    Tarpon Springs takes visitors to A Night at the Islands

                The Sponge Docks is the go-to for a touch of Greek in Tarpon Springs, Fla. Now, the tourist spot is taking things a step further with  A Night at the Islands.             The Pinellas County attraction combines sponge diving, Greek restaurants and souvenir shops.  A Night at the Islands originated in 2009 as a fun way to “give people more of what they want,” according to Tina Bucuvalas, the event coordinator and Curator of Arts and Historical Resources for [...]

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  • It’s never too late to pursue your dreams

    It’s never too late to pursue your dreams

    Diane Julian doesn’t remember a time when she didn’t love music. She began writing songs in her 20′s and dreams of writing and singing professionally became her passion.  But like a lot of us, her life took another direction when she fell in love, married and started a family. Although her music was put on the back burner, it was never forgotten as she dedicated her time to raising her children. When tragedy struck a few years ago and she [...]

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  • A Touching Dolphin’s Tale

    A Touching Dolphin’s Tale

                  Sometimes all it takes to make a good movie is a good story. And Winter the dolphin has a good story. Granted, Dolphin’s Tale takes a few liberties in telling it, but the film succeeds in creating an uplifting experience.             Winter is something of a celebrity in Florida. She was found on the shore in 2006 with her tail caught in a crab trap. Volunteers at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium nursed her back to [...]

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  • The Colors and Flavors that are ‘Little Saigon’

    The Colors and Flavors that are ‘Little Saigon’

    Little Saigon is the largest Vietnamese community outside of Vietnam and who better to give us a culinary tour than Chef Hayley Nguyen, owner of Xanh Bistro in Fountain Valley, California. From the beautiful colors, flavors and  varieties of the fresh fruits, vegetables and fish at the market, her knowledge includes not only what the best ingredients are but the history behind them and how they’re best prepared.  After learning to cook at her mother & grandmother’s side at the [...]

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  • Chef Felisha Wild ~ Her Passion FOOD! #recipe

    Chef Felisha Wild ~ Her Passion FOOD! #recipe

    When did your love of cooking begin? My love of food began at a very young age. My parents separated when I was around 7-8 years old and I remember coming home from school and wanting something to eat. I started cooking small items and the casserole was one of the first things I learned how to make. Back in the 70′s mixed flavor fruit mixes were not as plentiful as they are now and I would mix different flavors [...]

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  • They live to travel and travel to live. Meet Sue Lowry and MagellanPR

    They live to travel and travel to live. Meet Sue Lowry and MagellanPR

    1) What led you to Blogging, Twitter and Social Media?  I was thrown off the “Twitter Clifftop” (or that’s how it felt) by an enthusiastic Twitter evangelist – Anthea Gerrie AKA @AceGlobeTrotter.  She knew that once I took that first step, I would be hooked … and so it has proved.  Facebook was more difficult for me but now I see its attraction.  And we have just started our own blog www.magellanstraits.com – encouraged, supported and helped by friendly bloggers [...]

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  • Meet Traveling Entrepreneur  @ClareAppleyard #TTOT #nuts

    Meet Traveling Entrepreneur @ClareAppleyard #TTOT #nuts

    Clare Appleyard is a remarkable lady. She calls Johannesburg, South Africa home when she not traveling about the world. Her Twitter profile tells us she is a Diamond Entrepreneur.Travel Activist. Photography. Cooking. Internet devotee. CrossFit & Paleo newbie. Straight talking. Good for a laugh. Catalyst for change. She reveals even more in this MidLife Road Trip interview.

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  • Anderson’s Famous Pea Soup ~ Good Ole Kitschy Road Trip Fun

    Anderson’s Famous Pea Soup ~ Good Ole Kitschy Road Trip Fun

    One of the great things about social media is that no matter where we travel, our online pals give us great tips about what to see and do.   That’s why, when they told us about a place in Buellton, California, called Pea Soup Andersen’s, we just had to stop and see what all the fuss was about.

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  • CNN’s Anderson Cooper Loses it as Gerard Depardieu brings new meaning to Jet Stream

     Luckily we weren’t on this flight and we truly feel for the passengers that were, but you can’t help but laugh as CNN’s Anderson Cooper loses it on the air yesterday while he was doing a segment on French actor Gerard Depardieu’s international tinkle incident. Outakes as Intakes, Contagious Laughter & Potty Puns .. These are a few of our favorite things

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  • Who is Roni Weiss and why you should get to know him  #TTOT #nuts

    Who is Roni Weiss and why you should get to know him #TTOT #nuts

    Who is Roni Weiss and why you should get to know him 1) What’s on your bucket list? I like postcard pictures (i.e., me with a landmark behind me), so I still need the Pyramids and the Taj Mahal. Have some of the other biggies: Forbidden City 

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  • A determined mind and heart can take you places you’ve never dreamed of~

    A determined mind and heart can take you places you’ve never dreamed of~

    Howard Thurman said: “Don’t ask what the world needs.  Ask what makes you come alive and go do it! Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”

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  • Meet Matthew Long, Editor-in-Chief and creator of LandLopers.com

    Meet Matthew Long, Editor-in-Chief and creator of LandLopers.com

    MLRT: What’s on your bucket list?

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