Category Archives: Pepper’s Posts

Fall is Here by Pepper Phillips

Want to do something smaller and cheaper than a pumpkin? Try a Satsuma. These beauties came from our own trees. I love the fall. I miss the different colored leaves however. I remember growing up in Maryland, and the gorgeous … Continue reading

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Cajun Men Cook by Pepper Phillips

In Lousiana, the men like to cook. They enjoy it. They call their male friends and they get together for a ‘supper’.  Wives and girlfriends are not invited. I for one, enjoy it. Because I can eat a breakfast for … Continue reading

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Sunday Dinner Tickets in Small Towns by Pepper Phillips

When you live in a small town in Louisiana, you will be approached to buy a Sunday dinner ticket. It’s usually Civic Organizations, Churches, Special Interest Groups and the meals are generally the same. BBQ Chicken, and/or Pork. dirty rice, … Continue reading

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Rain, Rain, Go Away by Pepper Phillips

This is my back yard. We’ve had so much rain last month and this month, with a week of rain ahead of us.  If you look at the photo, beyond the big tree in the center is a road that … Continue reading

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Love Is Magic by Pepper Phillips

Remember when you first fell in love? I do. It was at a USO show at Camp Pendleton in California. My first appearance as a dancer, wearing black fishnet stockings and a white sweater, I danced before the Marines. While … Continue reading

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When Is Love Not Enough? by Pepper Phillips

Isn’t love grand?  That kiss that makes you forget where you are. The longing to see the person again. Thinking, thinking, thinking of them every second of the day. Wondering if they love you back? The excitement when they touch … Continue reading

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Small Towns and Their Food by Pepper Phillips

One thing I’ve learned about small towns is that each one has their own history. My own little town is called ‘Boggy Bayou’ in my series. It was easier for me to use some place that I was familiar with. … Continue reading

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