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Mojo Roast Turkey

Mojo roast turkey is a welcome explosion of flavors. I don’t know if you noticed yet, but all of this year’s Thanksgiving dishes are very easy because we are all busy, right? Here we go. Ingredients 15 lb turkey, fresh or thawed in the fridge. (Don’t thaw outside the fridge!) …

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Chorizo Plantain Thanksgiving Side

Ah. Chorizo Plantain Thanksgiving Side. Something different, and so easy. Ingredients 4 links Chorizo 2 Plantains (adjust amounts based on number of guests) Olive oil (if needed) Salt and pepper Method Slice Chorizo 1/8 to 1/4″ thick Peel plantains and slice 1/4 to 1/2″ thick In a frying pan, saute …

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Chili Lime Sweet Potato Cuban Thanksgiving

Yum. Chili Lime Sweet Potato. Everyone has been there. You sit down at the dinner table for Thanksgiving and one of the side dishes is sweet potato pie or (gasp) sweet potato casserole with marshmallows on top. Here’s something a little different with some flavors that may be new to …

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MORNING MEMO

Published 06/26/16 More fallout from “Brexit” to consider.  International investors concerned about the purchase of British real estate may look at buying American assets instead.  Could we see an influx of buyers in our big cities and even here in Central Florida?  Time will tell.  Elizabeth also has some thoughts …

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A Call To The Florida Bar

If you’ve listened to The Dougherty Report over the past two years, you’ll know that Elizabeth has been enrolled as a law student.  Elizabeth’s goal was simple; to earn her law degree, become barred by the bar association of the state she lives in, then use the synergy of the …

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Who is Listening to You Near Your Home?

In Baltimore this week, the Public Defender’s office is seeking review of over 2,000 cases that were prosecuted with the use of the controversial Stingray device. This device is used by law enforcement and mimics a cell tower, picking up the cell information from your home. It is currently unknown …

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The City that Once Was . . .

Imagine a bed of granite in the dead of winter. Skyscrapers have toppled or are empty shells. Cars and trucks lay rusting in what were bustling streets, filled with commerce and promise. There’s a blizzard; and all of the destruction is covered in a thin, white blanket. It’s no comfort. …

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