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National Gazpacho Day 2017 Quote of the Day: Food is our common ground, a universal experience. James Beard Today is National Gazpacho Day 2017! We are celebrating this tasty food holiday by soaking up the sights and sounds of its native origin – Seville, Spain. We also experimented making this delicious cold appetizer using one of The New York Times recommended recipes. This fun food sampling and review is noted below in our recipe section. Gazpacho Soup History The Gazpacho Soup is native to Seville Spain, the capital of Andalusia. This region is one of the hottest major metropolitan areas in the geographical Western Europe, with summer average high temperatures of above 35 °C (95 °F). This tidbit of information provided a clear understanding of the reasoning behind serving this appetizer ice cold rather than hot like a typical...

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P’Cola – The Place to Be…

Posted by on May 9, 2013 in Food Review, Roadtrips R Us, Travel & Food Blog, Uncategorized, Visit Florida | Comments Off on P’Cola – The Place to Be…

Quote for Today: May your pockets be heavy and your heart be light, May good luck pursue you each morning and night. ~Irish Blessing This past weekend we had an awesome time at the Pensacola Crawfish Festival, taken our naps, and were ready for more. Along with the Naval Air Station, the oldest settlement in America is also famous for McGuire’s Irish Pub. Since 1977, it has been a mainstay, not only for the armed forces, but for locals and tourists alike. Molly, one of the original waitresses tacked her first $1 tip to the wall and signed it, today there are more than one million signed $1 bills on the walls and ceilings. Touted as one of America’s great steak houses, the pub has been in its current location at the Old Firehouse since 1982. This classic Irish...

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A Moment in Time…

Posted by on Nov 27, 2012 in Canton GA, Cumming GA, Food, Food & Travel Blog, Food Review, Georgia, Kani House Cumming GA, restaurants, Road Trips R Us, Roadtrips R Us, Sushi, Travel, Travel & Food Blog | Comments Off on A Moment in Time…

Quote for Today:  We do not remember days; we remember moments.  Cesare Pavese CJ and I headed North for Thanksgiving and landed in the metropolis of Free Home, Ga.  If the name isn’t familiar to you, it should be.  Free Home is the halfway point between Cumming and Canton on GA Highway 20.  Think of it as you do Kissimmee, Fl to Walt Disney World and Orlando, only on a slightly smaller scale. CJ and I had a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner at my sister’s house with turkey, ham and all the trimmings. Once we were able to put our belts back on, we were ready for something that we don’t get much of in the Wiregrass of Florida – Sushi. After a couple of hours of Black Friday shopping for baskets and bags at Michael’s and Hobby Lobby, I was ready...

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