Country Cooking with a Granville Flair: Frozen Banana Salad

A few weeks ago, we had a family reunion in Pigeon Forge. We rented a cabin and, after winding up a long, narrow road, we reached the most beautiful view. It was absolutely breathtaking!

Country Cooking with a Granville Flair: Blueberry Salad

As I have stated in previous articles, I was born and raised in Granville. And, thinking back on my younger days, I cherish those times with my friends.

Country Cooking with a Granville Flair: Fruit Dessert

So, do you have your summer planned? Does warm weather make you want to take a road trip? Then what better place to spend the day - or maybe a weekend - than Granville, Tennessee?

Country Cooking with a Granville Flair: Coconut Cream Pie

Calendars are marked, and the anticipation is rising! Some are marking off the days on their calendars until May 28. Some of you ask, "Why?"

Country Cooking with a Granville Flair: Florence's Chess Pie

We are beginning a new theme for Granville this year as we commemorate the 1930s and all that era represented.


Shades of Grey: Early Radio Quiz Shows

About 1940, the country was beginning to emerge from the Depression, and the tall poles bearing electric wires were marching deeper into the rural areas of the country.

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Voices of Experience: Clear the Way Home with Susan Gardner

Susan Gardner
Susan Gardner

Dora turned to me and said, "I can't walk through our living room anymore without stepping on stacks of papers." I was immediately concerned about my friend's safety.

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Kissinger, Capers ...

Public domain. Courtesy: Flickr.
Public domain. Courtesy: Flickr.

Henry Kissinger, Jerry Orbach, County Kerry, capers. This is my mantra to assure myself that I'm not afflicted with "the ol' timers." There's one more, but I can't remember what it is.

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Exercise Your Whimsy

Exercise Your Whimsy

My bucket list seems more like a sand pail. A friend sent a broadcast e-mail of his summer in a wisteria-draped villetta he rented in Tuscany from which he pedals out for two-day bike rides in the countryside. That's a bucket.

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Health & Wellness

Don't Throw Away Your Waist!

BMI, Body Mass Index, is the most commonly used method for classifying individual weight categories related to health risks; however, don't stop there!

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Live Fresh with Andy Frisch: That's What I SAID

Listen up, because this month we're going to have a talk. In the age of information, there are too many people saying things about health and fitness.

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Live Fresh with Andy Frisch: What, Not Why

Quick! How much protein do you eat in a day? Is it enough? Oh, carbs! What about those? Slow digesting or fast? Sugars or starches? What?? You don't track your food?!?

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Elder Law Q & A: September 2016

Q: What is "advance care planning," and does Medicare cover it?

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Elder Law Q & A: August 2016

Q: What is the average cost of long-term care insurance?

A: The cost of long-term care insurance will depend on the daily benefit, the elimination period, age at time of purchase and the length of the policy.

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Elder Law Q & A: July 2016

Q: What's the best way to protect a house from Medicaid?

A: There may be several options for each situation, but prudent planning prior to a placement crisis will likely yield the most favorable outcome.

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Elder Law Q & A: June 2016

Q: What is financial exploitation of seniors?

A: Financial abuse of seniors includes the taking of assets, whether illegally or improperly, which belong to the victim.

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