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My mother sometimes made Divinity at Christmas, but it wasn’t one of the standard holiday treats she made.  It’s not the easiest thing to make and maybe that’s why she didn’t make it every year.  336 more words


Words have Power

For my final essay in my critical writing class, we had to choose a topic involving racism and write an argumentative essay about it. I have taken out the citations I used in the actual essay and didn’t include the works cited page. 1,665 more words


This is a super yummy, easy salad to quickly throw together for any occasion! It is also a popular fare, but don’t be fooled by the name “salad” as it isn’t low in fat or calories – but an occasional indulgence from Paula Deen hasn’t hurt anyone… 64 more words

Salads And Spreads

A Summary of the Public Image Repair Strategies of Paula Deen

By: Emily Roberson, Morgan Meador, and Emily Hajovsky

We researched the tactics and strategies put forth by Paula Deen during her public image crisis where she was accused of using racial slurs in the workplace. 625 more words

254. A state of lethargy

We took a bus trip over the Thanksgiving holidays. South, my friends, to Savannah, Georgia. It was nice to be in the South. Folks seem a lot friendlier and courteous. 982 more words

Deep South

Secrets of The Turkey Hotline

My wife amazes me.  Every now and then she will make a sojourn into MY world, entering the shop like a seasoned Drill Sargent from Ft. 310 more words


Holiday Season Excite-Mint

While it’s only natural that turkey and stuffing may be on your mind (and soon in your stomach), don’t forget that December and its nights filled with hot chocolate and reindeer are jingling just around the corner. 1,149 more words