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Indian Food

One type of food that I love is Indian food. Now as for the rest of my family…John actually enjoys it – but mainly when I make it (unless we go out to eat with the Simpsons), my father in law thinks it all looks the same, my parents won’t try it because of all …

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Creamy Cajun Pasta Jambalaya

Remember when you first started dating your significant other? One of the things you always worry about (or at least I did) was getting along with their friends. Well I am know I am biased but John’s friends and their lovely ladies are some of the best people in my life! One of the first childhood …

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Tortilla Soup

Typically when I go to a Mexican restaurant I order the same thing. EVERY SINGLE TIME…Bean burrito, cheese enchilada, and rice & beans, and of course white queso. John gets super annoyed. Oh well! But at the house I don’t think I have ever cooked this dish once. Back in Birmingham my friend Ashley and I would have our …

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Farmers Market

Is there one routine in your life you cannot live without? There are obviously quite a few in mine, but the one that revolves around food is getting up early on a Saturday morning and going to the Farmers Market. It all started back in Birmingham when my partner in crime and I would get …

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John’s Birthday

This past weekend we got to go home for a wedding and to celebrate my sweet husband and father in law’s birthdays. I was quite excited this year for John’s birthday because I had already decided on what I was going to get him a long time ago. The problem with giving gifts for me …

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A Recipe to Share

So I was recently at a wedding shower for one of my sorority sisters and it was pretty much a Chi Omega reunion with our spouses. It was so much fun! We all got to talking about cooking dinner and someone asked me why I don’t put the recipes to all my menus. (This is …

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