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7-Up Glazed Carrots

Back in the 1970s there was a prime rib chain called Lord Charlie’s that had the best glazed carrots. I asked them how they cooked their carrots that made them taste so good. 141 more words

Recipe

Teem

Teem (Pepsi, 1960)

Introduced by Pepsi in 1960, Teem was a lemon-lime-flavored soft drink designed to compete against 7 Up and Coke’s Sprite.

Teem was sold in Canada and the U.S. 66 more words

Food

Confessions of a Teetotal

I have attempted to write about this years ago on this blog, and I don’t think then I could really talk about it with the right tone. 512 more words

Rambling

BRIGHT FOOD SHOP 1985

The 7-UP signs are probably why I took this picture. This little restaurant became a very popular spot in the 1990’s and closed in 2007…

©Matt Weber

(Street Photography)

7 up Festival Snacks / Festlige 7 up Snacks

Five snacks recipes published by 7 up in 1966

7 up was producing both recipe adds and booklets all through the fifties and sixties. Sometimes featuring what to scarf down when drinking 7 up and sometimes the beverage took part in the recipe it self.

Snacks

Does Anyone Drink Bourbon and Seven Anymore?

My dad would have turned 75 tomorrow. This is an edited post I wrote for my “50 for 50” blog a couple of years ago. I might have to have one tonight. 606 more words

Are you sick today, or what?

This is a tricky question to answer. Am I sick or not?

When I was younger, the answer was easy. If yes, then I would get to spend the day in bed, away from school, drinking 7-UP, reading Donald Duck comics and watching the Boob-Tube. 446 more words

Humor