Sunday, January 29, 2006


I found my inspiration in an old Life magazine. Don't know if I captured the young Liz or not.......

Monday, January 23, 2006


Peeping Toms.

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

E is for...

Sunday, January 08, 2006


He was a legend...

Tuesday, January 03, 2006


I didn't mean to come off like a big commercial, but while trying to come up with a flavor to draw, I thought of a few flavorful things that originated in Birmingham, Al.
I can remember going to the grand opening of a Jacks Hamburgers when I was a kid in the 60's. They had a d.j. there who gave away 45's to all of the kids( I still have mine.) Hamburgers and fries were 15 cents, and milkshakes were 20. I can still sing the original jingle. ( you don't want to hear me!)
My friend Jeannie moved to Massachusetts years ago. Every year after she comes back to visit, her suitcase is loaded with bottles of Dales Sauce on the plane ride back. Enough said...
Buffalo Rock is a ginger ale unlike any you have ever had. It's a dark colored drink that has a very distinctive strong spicy flavor. Originally developed for medicinal purposes, it has a lot of ginger in it, so it's really helpful for children who get carsick.I probably didn't like it when I was a kid.
What flavors do you think of that are original to your area?

Flavor - Coffee

My mother bought this old aluminum coffee pot at an estate sale. She knows I like old things, so she gave it to me.It's an original dripolator, made up of 3 parts. You put the coffee in the middle part, then pour boiling water into the top, where it slowly drips through the coffee into the bottom. It makes the best coffee ever! And every time I make coffee , I think of my Mom (who I don't get to see as often as I would like.)

Flavor - Onion

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