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Day 9

But Mama Always Put Vodka in Her Sangria!: Adventures in Eating, Drinking, and Making Merry, by Julia Reed

“Mama always put vodka in her sangria!” declared Julia Reed’s lifelong friend, Elizabeth, who had just whipped up a big batch of sangria for a party they were co-hosting. 372 more words

25 Days Of Great Reads

PIG OUT

Swine Southern Table & Bar 
2415 Ponce De Leon Blvd
Coral Gables, FL 33134 243 more words

Lori's Lowcountry Boil for 4

So it has been our tradition to have lowcountry boil along with creamy grits, sour cream cheddar biscuits, green beans, sweet potato pineapple pecan casserole, and chocolate chip cake, for our Thanksgiving feast, for many years.   457 more words

Lori Bee

Just a snack until an unsuspecting toddler strolls by...

We worked side by side building our sandwiches. Mine, just a few modest layers of meat and cheese, with a bit of lettuce for some added crunchiness; his, a Dagwood —- piled high with turkey, ham, baked beans, salami, sardines, lettuce, onions, tomatoes, two kinds of cheese, and —- were those jalapenos —- with a teetering slice of bread carefully placed on the top.” ~ Candace Vianna… 216 more words

Eat at Home Every Night for a Month, Day 25: Chicken Strips with Oven Fries

When you get a hankerin’ for fried chicken, try these terrific make-at-home chicken strips.  I buy the big package of boneless skinless chicken breasts at Sam’s and put them in packages of 3–They’re huge!  443 more words

Dinners

Ways with Food

We are what we eat.
What we eat makes us who we are.
We make ourselves through what we eat.
The food we make, makes us.
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So We Say

Traveling to North Carolina - Bojangles'!

So you know how I said I was going to cook chili this week? It seems my excitement for re-starting this blog made me completely forget that I am traveling to Durham, North Carolina this weekend. 306 more words