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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



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


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



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.


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