Author Archives: Charley Carlin

Simple Tomato Salad

The leftovers demonstrate what epople choose so lets take a look at testing a dish and how to come to a consensus. To me this means listen carefully to the consumers (those you are serving) and look at the bowl … Continue reading

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Charley Favorite Chili Verde

We love Mexican Food. We Love It! If we don’t have Mexican food for a couple of days, the cravings start. So we take recipes and modify them to match our cooking style, our available ingredients and of course our … Continue reading

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Vasa Museum

The Vasa Museum is by far the most outstanding museum I visited on a recent trip thru Scandinavia. According to the museum guide the Vasa Museum has had over 25 million visitors and is far and away the most visited … Continue reading

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Nedra Wood

Nedra Mae Wood, 81, of Garrison, Texas passed away on May 16, 2020 in Garrison, Texas.  Born November 10, 1938 in Tucson, Arizona, to the late Howard Wood and Anna (Mustain) Wood.  A memorial service will be held at a … Continue reading

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Charley’s Fajita Spice Mix

We consulted the internet and found several recipes, examining the feel, flavor, and core tastes of the fajita spice mix! To get the taste that other chefs like and modify it to match our tastes and our pantry is always … Continue reading

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Curried Butternut Squash and Apple Soup

Try this soup once and you will always remember it! Having achieved rave reviews around the table Butternut Squash Soup is a winner! Ingredients: butter 1 Cube new line chopped onions three cups chopped carrots four each chopped celery three … Continue reading

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Hibernation in the Heat

I believe we are all familiar with the quality of hibernation from stories we were told as children, or we saw on the television. I do remember from the Disney show in my youth seeing this defined. So on a … Continue reading

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Brickyard Theatre Presents The Unexpected Man

The Brickyard Theatre proudly presents The Unexpected Man in – Opening Night is Friday September 6th. There are still some seats available. The Calendar with the full run of the show schedule is on The show runs through September … Continue reading

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Art Show Opens August 18th

The Circle of Friends Gallery and Brickyard Theatre Present a new art show, A Temporary Gallery of Ideas, Sunday afternoon, August 18th from 4PM to 7PM.

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The Pageant of Atascadero is Coming

The Pageant of Atascadero is coming. It is part of the year long Atascadero Centennial. You are invited to be a part of the history of Atascadero. Show Title:  The Colony, written by Anet Carlin and Colleen Goulding, first presented in … Continue reading

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